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Hyskore® DLX Precision Rifle Shooting Rest features compression damper technology which progressively absorbs recoil, eliminating damage to the gun, stock, or bedding and then returns it to the battery. Made of powder coated welded steel. Fits all popular calibers between 7mm and .375 H&H. Ambidextrous windage adjustment and magnetic level.
Manufacturer model #: 30088.

  • Fine elevation adjustment
  • Web velcro straps are included
  • Nitrogen filled compression damper progressively absorbs recoil
  • Foam padded front support and coarse elevation adjustment
Hyskore® DLX Precision Rifle Shooting Rest 2 5 2 2
Not Completely Useless I took it out for the first time and wasn't very impressed. It takes a long time to set up and can be very akward when trying to shoot and stay "out of the way". It does come with a DVD that helps a lot with set up and how to shoot with it. I learned to just use mine like a rest and forget about the butt holder on the back, (it works a lot better this way). My groups did improve a little, but of course the recoil was the same (which I don't mind for most rifles). I also am probably giving it a higher rating as it was a gift, but it's something I probably would have bought myself although I wouldn't have spent this much money on it. It also makes a great rest for cleaning your rifles, but of course it's an expensive one at that. July 15, 2011
Absolute Junk! I can get better accuaracy with a pair of shooting sticks. I followed the poor setup directions to the letter. My bench is 8x8 legs, in the ground about 16 inches, with a 2x6 solid top. Even after bolting the Hyskore Rest to the table, it will not return to the same position after a shot. It is all over the place due entirely to poor machine tolerances on bolt holes, bolts, connectors, and adjustment screws. Simply touching any part of the rest other than the base will allow the crosshairs to travel on the target. I called the company only to get a lecture about how no one else was having this problem. From reading the reviews on their $250 rest, I'd say there are some issues! As stated, absolute junk. By you a Caldwell or other quality rest and move on. October 7, 2009
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