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Sinclair Shooting Rests may not be required gear for most shooters, but they should be. A solid rest is critical and Sinclair shooting rests come in an array of sizes and configurations to meet most needs.
In this segment, Guns and Ammo’s James Tarr and Patrick Sweeney highlight a few of the many Sinclair shooting rest options from Brownells.
Sinclair offers heavy competition rests as well as lightweight field rests and price ranges vary accordingly. The Sinclair line has proven to be extremely popular and with good reason — they’re top-notch rests with plenty of features.
Adjustability is critical in a good rest and the Sinclair shooting rest line offers benches and rests that offer a variety of adjustment options for side-to-side movement as well as elevation. They use steel-on-steel construction and offer an exceptional lifetime warranty to boot.
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