RedHead® Magnum Shooting Rest
Black powder-coated steel rest fits rifles, shotguns, and muzzleloaders; features locking micro adjustments, rear stock sling, filled front rest, adjustable feet, magnetic level, and rust-resistant bolts.
Rated 2 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Getwhatyoupayfor Cheap junk The rubber holding the rear stock rest broke with my first shot trying to sight in my 7 mag. January 23, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by rls926 Assembly problems My son bought me this rest for Christmas. When I went to assemble it, the rifle mount would not fit between the two vertical metal pieces where it bolts together. I went to BP and looked at their display model. Their's fit, so I thought mine might be defective. I measured the OD on the vertical pieces, then boxed it and took it back. The one I pulled off the shelf had the same OD measurement as mine. I checked the display model and it was 1/8 inch wider. I talked with a sales clerk. His comment was bend out the vertical pieces, which would not be easy because of their thickness. Looking at the display model again, it was obvious that is what the store had done. The clerk said, "It's Redhead. It's cheap." Anybody else with this same problem? January 3, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by wdhamblin Good easy to use We went to gun range to sight in 4 rifles,we shot 2 Ruger 10/22 and worked very good but when we put a Remington model seven 243 and a 700 7mm the padding on the barrel rest ripped where it was sewed and all the pellets fell out.works good for small guns but not made for anything bigger than 22 February 16, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by JohnP2008 Very nice for the money Received one of these as a gift . Shot off it a lot with 30-06 and 300 Win Mag. It worked beautifully. No problems with the breaking that the other guys saw. It appears to be very solid. I have no concerns about durability. June 22, 2010
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Details:I have a Marlin 336 rifle and would like to purchase a stand so I can sight in. while sighting in I want to limit the movement of the rifle as much as possible. Is this a good stand for a lever action marlin 336 rifle?
A:From the looks of it, you would have to pull out the rifle to reload. With my experience of shooting out of the rest 3 times, the gun moves a lot in the rest and on my 3rd shot I broke the rear support.
A:I believe it would work well. just be aware of the weakness of the rear support rest. Do not use the supplied strap.
My experience is it is a very steady rest, and I used it to sight in three rifles.
A:I have not used this particular rest, but I have used the Shooters Ridge - Steady Point rest with a Marlin 336 and there was good clearance for the finger lever with inches to spare. Both should be similar. This may not help much since I haven't used this exact rest, but I'm just sharing what I know.
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