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Caldwell BR Pivot Premium Shooting Benches Product Info
The Caldwell BR Pivot Premium Shooting Benches 300015 use the bolts at the base of the bench to align the bench stem and tabletop so that the top is parallel with the horizon. The seat and bench top then pivot on center and maintain a constant tabletop attitude. The padded seat of this Caldwell product can be adjusted for any height between 16” and 27”, and the pivoting function can be locked rigidly in a single shooting position if desired.
Read about this on a forum and was orginnaly made by some PD hunters, Caldwell got the design and it is a good one. I have owned and built several shooting benches, but none compare to this design in stability, durability and mobility. Not cheap, but...
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Helpful Negative Review
January 9, 2013
Very well built product and is great for sight in and shooting out to 300 yds. Past that distance it would be ok for hunting but is not sturdy enough to shoot accurate long range groups in my opinion. Maybe the Hardwood model would be more stable?
First of all, assembly was not torturous. The components seem well constructed but I am a bit suspicious of the nylon sheet interposed between sections of the pivot. Instructions were adequate and packing superb. As far as use goes I have not gain...