LockedOn 360 Mobile Gun Vise

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posted on April 6, 2017
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If you've hunted from a treestand, you've probably had to take at least one shot that you weren't completely comfortable with—they're, more often than not, made to keep you in the tree first, provide an ideal shooting rest, second. One new product is trying to correct that: the LockedOn 360 Mobile Gun Vise.

Designed to provide a steady, reliable rest that should help ensure accuracy from all types of stands, the LockedOn 360 is a full-featured, multi-directional gun vise that is meant to reduce recoil, secure shots and hold your firearm in an almost permanent ready position. Its design is versatile, and should work on a variety of stands, from the wood rails to permanent stands to the tube rails of most portable stands.

The padded vise comes fully assembled and includes one base and post for mounting onto wood rails, as well as one universal V block for mounting onto the tube rails of most metal stands. The bases can be left attached to stands, as multiple bases are available for setting up additional stand locations.

Once your firearm or crossbow is secured, two rotational knobs provide complete control over the vertical and 360-degree motion, allowing hunters to easily follow moving game, or even completely lock the device so hands can perform other duties.

The LockedOn 360 Mobile Gun Vise ships with an MSRP of $249.99.

For more information, go to LockedOn360.com.

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