First Look: Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests

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posted on April 4, 2022
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Birchwood Casey has begun shipping five new shooting rests: Alpha, Bravo, Echo, Foxtrot, and Tango. Each rest is designed for accuracy, comfort, and ease of use.

The Alpha Shooting Rest is a tubular steel frame design that features a non-slip rubber stock rest, an integrated weighted front (35 pounds total), adjustable leveling feet with bullseye bubble level, and more. This new rest is designed to fit most rifles and shotguns, while the low-profile design is ideal for prone shooting. The ambidextrous controls and oversized knobs make any adjustments quick and easy. The front of the Alpha Shooting rest maneuvers two inches for windage, 3.5 inches for elevation, and 4.25 inches to accommodate various rifle and shotgun sizes. Model: BC-ASR MSRP: $229.99

The Bravo Shooting Rest is supported with a rigid-steel-frame design and features a non-slip rubber stock rest, and non-slip rubber feet. Overall weight is 15 pounds and also includes a bullseye bubble level. It accommodates most rifles (including high-capacity magazines for AKs and AR’s). The low-profile design is great for shooting prone and the ambidextrous controls, along with oversized knobs, make any adjustments quick and easy. The front of the Bravo Shooting rest allows for 3.5 inches of elevation adjustments for various rifle sizes. Model: BC-BSR MSRP: $129.99

The Echo Shooting Rest model has a steel frame, adjustable leveling feet, and a non-slip rubber stock rest, to securely hold various rifle and shotgun sizes. Its front support is quickly adjustable thanks to oversized knobs, allowing for three inches of windage and two inches of elevation adjustment. The unit is lightweight, compact, and easy to transport. Model: BC-ESR MSRP: $89.99

The Foxtrot Rifle/Pistol Shooting Rest, as its name implies, accommodates both pistols and rifles. Establish the rest for handgun shooting with no tools by removing the rear and center section. The quick-detach design offers unlimited adjustment and versatility, and is sized for popular AR pistols and short-barrel rifles. This new shooting rest is molded with high-density polymers to deliver light weight and a sturdy frame structure. The non-slip rubber stock rests securely holds the firearm and provides for quick and easy adjustments with the oversized grip, while still breaking down for easy transport. Model: BC-CSR MSRP: $49.99

The Tango Front Mount Rifle/Pistol Shooting Rest includes non-slip rubber stock rests that support both handguns and rifles, while protecting the firearm finish. This rest is simple to setup and ergonomically designed to support the shooter’s hand while firing. To operate the adjustable elevation tool, spin to the right or left to increase or decrease elevation, while oversized footings help maintain a stable shooting platform, no matter the caliber. This model is molded from high-density polymer, fits on most shooting benches, and accommodates most handguns and rifles. Model: BC-FMSR MSRP: $29.99

To learn more about these or any new Birchwood Casey products, visit birchwoodcasey.com.

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