Caldwell® Lead Sled DFT™ Shooting Rest - Model 336647

   

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  • Sighting sled with 22'' of adjustment to fit nearly any shotgun or rifle
  • Dual Frame technology disperses recoil energy
  • Baffle and tray system disperses weight
  • Fingertip windage and elevation adjustments
  • 2-1/2'' front adjustment, 2'' rear adjustment
  • Non-skid, rubber tipped feet  
Fitting nearly any shotgun or rifle, the Lead Sled DFT uses Dual-Frame Technology to give sportsmen one of the best recoil reduction systems available for precise targeting and sighting. This shooting platform's dual frame alignment system gives users 22" of adjustment to match guns exactly. Dual frame design disperses recoil energy, while the sled's baffle and tray system disperses the weight better than ever. A filled bag cradles the stock as the butt rests securely in a thick, foam-filled pocket with a channeled bottom. Extremely fine windage and elevation adjustments can be made with your fingertips. Sighting in is easy and precise, thanks to 2-1/2'' of front elevation adjustment on smooth ball bearings and 2'' of fingertip elevation adjustment at the rear. Non-skid rubber-tipped feet prevent sled shift. Size: 4'' x 11'' x 25''. Made in USA.  
Rated 4 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by ZEROS IN LIKE NO OTHER Used this thing to sight in my rifle last year and it holds the rifle true and straight. If you miss after sighting in your rifle using this thing its human error. Not to mention it takes out the human error factor when you sight in your rifle which means less rounds fired just check and adjust after each shot, it shouldn't take many. November 26, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by Confidence Booster I have always had trouble sighting in my 30-06 and muzzleloader rifles. Not sure if it is from flinching, jerking the trigger, etc. It seemed the more I shot, the worse my patterns got. Although the front rest adjustment system could be improved some, this shooting rest has vastly improved the sighting in process for me. Groups are now much tighter and I now have more confidence in my shots in the field! March 4, 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great for recoil, but I been tagged by the scope, so I was looking for a rest that would help me sighting in my slug and 50 cal., this works great for recoil GREAT EVEN. But that front adjustment needs some work, If you dial it up to much the front rest moves. Adjust for the that and you'll be OK. January 19, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by NOT WORTH IT... I just recieved the new Caldwell lead sled, and I was exicted to get out to the range and try it on my 50 calibder muzzleloader. If it's recoil reduction your looking for than it work ok...I am recoil sensative. I had a friends father when I was young who thought that after I got hit with the scope the first time I would learn my leasson. Well needless to say I ve suffered from flinching since then. The front rest on the sled is very sloppy, if they could find a solution to that it would greatly improve the shooters ability to hold the firearm steady. I really dont feel it's worth the money. I am very dissapointed in product. September 17, 2007
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Yes, the forearm cushion slides back and forth to fit different styles of guns.
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Yes, I see no problems but weight it down. Weight the stand down.
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Yes. It has an "open" design that will work for for right or left handed guns.
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