Many of the same features as 'The Rock' but in a sleeker and more economical package. For sighting-in, test firing, and informal competition, it's tough to beat a Rock Jr. Features include: Stable, 4 pound cast iron base. 5 pounds total weight, 3/4" diameter steel post provides secure and smooth elevation adjustments up to 7 1/4" height, Comes with interchangeable non-slip rubber feet or metal spike feet and Filled Medium Varmint front bag.
"Aim for the point of the shoulder" ... Ever try to teach a new hunter where to shoot a deer? Caldwell's Natural Series Deer Target is the answer to this age-old problem. This cardboard-backed, life-size color photograph illustrates both the vital organs and skeletal structure of a whitetail deer. These illustrations can be easily viewed up close, yet disappear at a distance, allowing the hunter to learn where to shoot a whitetail deer in a natural setting. The Caldwell Natural Series Deer Target teaches shot placement on a life-size deer, while other deer targets teach shot placement on attention-grabbing vitals. The Deer Target features a sturdy 48" wide by 36" high cardboard backer. Includes two adhesive-backed replacement vitals and two 8" Orange Peel Sight-In targets.
6"-9" Pivot Model, Weighs 12oz. The Caldwell XLA Bipods provide a stable shooting support that conveniently attaches to almost any firearm with a sling swivel stud. The lightweight aluminum design adds minimal weight and deploys quickly, with legs that instantly spring out to the shooting position with the touch of a button. The legs are notched for easy indexing to a specific height. There is a connection point for sling attachment and multi section legs that collapses forward allowing for convenient carry of the firearm. Soft rubber feet provide enhanced stability, while the padded bipod base protects the firearmÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s forend. XLA Bipods are available in three heights in both standard and pivoting models. What are the benefits of having a pivoting model bipod? In the real world of hunting, the chances of the ideal shot opportunity occurring while on a level ground are slim-to-none. A pivoting bipod will allow the shooter to compensate for ground that is unlevel by up to 20 degrees. The lower portion of the bipod pivots independently from the upper stock mount, allowing the firearm to be quickly leveled on uneven ground. The tension knob can be adjusted to control the resistance of the pivoting motion.