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    Half year tested by myself and with clients. 100 percent for zeroing rifle ...in the bush etc. and top acuracy long range.


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    Welcome to AH may you have a great stay...

    the shooting sticks are less than ok...
    The rife is being scratched on each shot...you are taking your checkering away on your forearm...

    the snap to secure it is out of date and will be rendered useless in a try or two...
    James Grage - New Mexico
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    I guess if they were rubber coated on the top, I think they would be a pretty handy shooting sticks....again it depends on how much time you have to set up your shot. I try to stay as low to the ground as possible...but thats my preference too. I hate to remain skylined for animals to study me, but sometimes the vegetation dictates how high you have to be.

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    yes top is rubber coated,yes you must have time to aim, but stabillity is very,very high close to bench rest shooting!

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    Fresh results of Raptor use:hunter from France 3 roebucks 155meters, 279meters, 310meters clear shoots with 270WSM.

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