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Caldwell The Lead Sled Solo Recoil-Reducing Shooting Rest

   

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Get your gun's scope locked in quickly and precisely with the Caldwell® Lead Sled® Solo™ Recoil-Reducing Shooting Rest.  A single knob controls the rest's smooth pivoting elevation system for quick and easy adjustments. The Lead Sled Solo's unique offset frame accomodates almost any rifle, including lever action rifles and rifles with detachable magazines. This recoil-reducing rest utilizes heavy duty steel construction, an integrated weight tray that holds one 25 lb. weight bag, and  a heavy duty spring between the frame members to give you a stable and solid shooting platform. This design nearly eliminates all recoil on non-magnum calibers and greatly reduces recoil on all calibers. The height-adjustable front support has a durable rubberized coating that will not scratch or mar your gun and an integrated strap to easily secure your rifle to the rest. The back support consists of a welded steel brace covered with a durable rubber boot to secure the butt of the gun while protecting it from abrasions.
Manufacturer model #: 101777.

  • Stable, precise, easy to use shooting platform
  • Single knob elevation adjustment - precise and quick
  • Offset frame accomodates all rifles, including lever action and detachable magazine rifles
  • Integrated weight tray holds one 25 lb weight bag
  • Heavy duty steel construction
  • Heavy duty spring between frame pieces
  • Rest eliminates nearly all recoil on non-magnum calibers
  • Height-adjustable front support features durable rubberized coating and integrated strap to secure rifle to rest
  • Back support secures butt of gun while protecting it from abrasions
Caldwell The Lead Sled Solo Recoil-Reducing Shooting Rest 4.5 5 25 25
Caldwell Lead Sled Solo Great rest. A lot more heavy duty than i thought it would be. The LS Solo will accommodate lever action and AR-15 style rifles with handgrips and bottom magazines because of it's offset. It is being used with my Bowtech Strykeforce crossbow right now and fits it like a glove. I was not able to use my crossbow with my previous rest because of the rear hand grip. Great value! I haven't tried it with my pistols yet, but it looks like Ill be able to use it with a rubber bumper in the bottom tray for hanguns also. April 14, 2010
Great product Tracking this order was amazing. It showed up exactly when promised. The Solo exceeded expectations and worked perfect with the AR. It was easy to assemble and will last me a long time. December 29, 2010
perfect fit I need this product as to accomodate my AR 15 with the 30 round mag. I had recently purchased a scope for it and the Solo Led Sled is a perfect fit for sighting the scope. January 13, 2011
Very impressed! I purchased the Lead Sled Solo yesterday at BPS, while it was on sale. I sighted in my Mossberg 12 ga. w/ Red Head red dot sight, and Thompson Center Omega muzzleloader w/ 3-9x40 scope today. First, I was impressed with the sturdy construction of the sled, and simple assembly. After shooting ten slugs down range, I didn't notice any felt recoil, thanks to the 25lb Caldwell lead bag. Sighting in the muzzleloader w/ 100 grains of Pyrodex and Hornady low-drag sabots was also very easy. I didn't however try out a magnum black powder charge, but have confidence that it would work fine. The only complaint I have is, you cannot secure the stock to the rear of the sled. November 26, 2011
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I'm a left handed shooter and had absolutely so problems. Very good design
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Yes it will. Thank you for your question.
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Some of the Lead Sled Solo's do come with a weight bag... But not all. Mine came with one. It'll say if it comes with a weight bag. However it doesn't come with the lead shot to put in the bag. But you can do what I did... fill the bag full of pennies. I just put the pennies in a gallon Ziploc baggie and then put em in the weight bag. It's heavier than sand or stone, and much cheaper than lead shot
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Weight bag is an option
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No, but they can be purchased for $12.99 and filled with sand or lead.
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No, see my review. If you want a lead filled Caldwell bag, expect to spend another $90.
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no.....i use 25lb. barbells
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I wanted to know if there is enough clearance to cycle thru rounds with out dismounting the rifle of the site. I use a marlin 336 and a Henry 22 and have had issue with other rest. I want to make sure before I buy another rest that is useless for a lever action shooter.
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Yes it lever gun friendly. Even with the shooting bag there in the tray there is no problem using the lever action. I also own a Henry lever action (octagon barrel) 22. And I own a Marlin lever action 44, and have absolutely no issues.
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Plenty of room for your 336 or even an AR15 with a 30 round magazine. I totally recommend this rest for lever guns.
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Im not really looking for a lot of recoil reduction, I just want to know if this will hold up to this large of a round or if going up in the model line would be better for big calibers.
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Yes, it will handle a 375 Magnum
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i use it with a 300 weatherby with no problems
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Yes it will work on a youth Rossi. My daughter has a youth Rossi 410/22 combo, and it works excellent.
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Not sure about a Rossi single shot specifically, but I used it with my ruger 10/22, pretty much a youth sized gun, and the process went very smooth. The only downfall to shooting a single shot gun on this rest is that if it's a break action, you have to un-velcro the barrel from the forearm rest between shots to open the breech and reload... Not terrible, but not as easy as a semi-auto or bolt action.
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Mossberg 535: 24" rifled slug barrel
hornady sst slugs
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Yes it will. I use the lead sled solo with all my shotguns. My Winchester model 1300 12 gauge kicks like a mule with slugs... even broke my collar bone after 15 shots. However the lead sled solo has tamed that kicking mule.
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Yes, works GREAT with 12 gauge 3" slugs.
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Yes. I shot 10 rounds of the Hornady SST 12 ga. 2 3/4", and the recoil was definitely reduced. I did use a 25lb bag of lead shot in the tray. My firearm is a Maverick 88 w/ Mossberg 24" rifled cantilever barrel.
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I have shot my 375 magnum out of the sled!
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Yes, it will greatly reduce the recoil.
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A standard shooting rest doesn't reduce recoil.
However the lead sled solo is a recoil reducing shooting rest.
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no compairson
lead sled better without question
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You actually strap the entire riflle in the Lead Sled, it holds both the forearm and butt of the rifle in a consistent placement for repeated firing. The Handy Rest allows you to place the forearm of the rifle on it while you manage butt placement. The Lead Sled is much larger, heavier, and awkward; you need a larger flat surface to use the Lead Sled, but it is better for sighting in scopes.
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Most of gun's recoil is unfelt by the shooter using this...unless really large magnum rifle is being fired.
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