Caldwell® Lead Sled DFT™ Shooting Rest - Model 336647
never thought it be this good
i have tried different rests and gadgets to zero in all my rifles from 308,3006,300 win mag,340,416,460 and had probably spend lots of extra money in ammo.due to movement etc
i got this rest and the assembly was fool proof and a no brainer actually it taught me a lot about material quality and workmanship of the product very easy and i am 66 yr old
and umpatient well this time iwas very interested and didnot even lost my cool
i highly recommend this products for zero in your rifles feo hunting or shooting it pays for it self in ammo savings
June 21, 2013
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
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
So far I'm very pleased with this rest. I used my friend's DFT while sighting in my rifles and decided to get my own. It holds you rifle still so all you have to do is aim through the scope and keep a finger on the trigger. Not having to keep both hands on the gun eliminates a lot of gun movement for me. I would recommend buying the weight bags for extra weight to hold the rest still better. The rest still moves some after the shot where you'll have to fine tune it each time to get your crosshairs back on target but that's fine with me as long as it holds steady as I pull the trigger.
March 1, 2013