Birchwood Casey Introduces "Nest Rest" Shooting Rest

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posted on May 24, 2017
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The new Nest Rest Shooting Rest from Birchwood Casey provides shooters with a durable, lightweight product that is easy to transport to the range, eliminating the need to carry heavy sand bags or metal rests.

The Nest Rest consists of a stackable rear rest and a larger front rest. The large rest is 6.6"H x 6"W x 5"D and the small rest measures 4.7"H x 5.5"W x 4.5"D. The two rests nest and lock together to save space during transport. The small rest also stacks on top of the larger one for added elevation when shooting. The rest also allows for hands-free firearm handling for easy scope adjustments or maintenance and cleaning.



The Nest Rest is constructed of a soft durable rubber material that provides plenty of non-slip grip on shooting benches and the soft construction won't mar the finish of firearms.

MSRP: $30

For more information visit birchwoodcasey.com or watch this video.

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