Primos Group Therapy Deluxe Shooting Rest

US $57.07

Availability: In Stock

UPC: 010135654528

Brand Name: Primos Hunting

Product Model: 65452

Product Category: Gun Cases & Bags

Steady your shot and improve your shooting accuracy with the Primos Group Therapy Deluxe Gun Shooting Rest. This unit allows you to rest your rifle and adjust the specifications to achieve maximum shooting performance. Its all-steel construction ensures that it will be able to stand up to the elements and last through years and years of use. The butt plate guard cancels recoil for a more comfortable shot, and the versatile design allows both right- and left-handed shooters to use this gun rest.
All-steel construction
For left- and right-handed shooters
Studded feet keep it in place
2" of elevation adjustment
Includes front rifle shooting rest
Butt plate guard cancels recoil
Soft touch grip to adjust gun elevation
Accessory tray for gear or weight bags
Black
Model# 65452
  • Multi Pack Indicator: No
  • Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
  • Model No.: 65452
  • Shipping Weight (in pounds): 20.95
  • Product in Inches (L x W x H): 16.0 x 5.0 x 23.0
  • Walmart No.: 551115468

is this rest good for sighting a scope


Answer : Yes I used a bungee on the front and a towel in the rear to help secure my AR15 when I did it.


Answer : Yes, this rest works great for siting in a rifle,i just sighted in my 30-06 and it worked great


Answer : Optics zeroing and aided shooting are what this is designed for. Thanks


Answer : Yes, that's the reason I bought it. Went from shooting 5/6" groups at 100 yds to 1" groups at 100 yds using a 30-06. Basically took some of the human error out of holding zero while sighting in my rifle. Now I have confidence the gun will shoot where its pointed as long as my skills are up to the task.


Answer : Yes and no. It supports the gun well, and you can adjust the height with the hand wheel. However this IS NOT a gun "vise." You cannot clamp the gun down as it comes. Many people setting scopes want the gun clamped down so it will not more when fired. This supports the gun, but does not hold it from moving when fired.


Answer : yes


Answer : Yes. You may need to use some 'velcro strap' to hold the muzzle in position, and maybe some 'bagged lead shot' to hold the sled in position, but it will do the job, a bargain.


Answer : yes


Answer : That is exactly what this is designed to do.


Answer : This rest is great for sighting a scope. Especially for bolt action rifles. Its very sturdy and has alot of adjustment. For the money you cant beat it. I use it for my AR and the only drawback is you have to be sure and have a a 10 round mag available. 30 rounders wont fit. Great rest though, I love mine.



The weigh bags where do I get them.


Answer : You can use any weight bag with this. Thanks


Answer : You can make them or buy them at most shooting or sporting goods stores. Either bird shot or sand works well.


Answer : You can go to Midway USA and get lead shot, but kind of pricey, a little over $2 per pound, plus shipping. http://www.midwayusa.com/product/712457/lawrence-magnum-lead-shot-6-25-lb-bag


Answer : wal-mart


Answer : I have two 'sand bags' filled with lead shot. Make your own, buy commercial bags of lead shot, whatever works for you. The sled trays are sizable.


Answer : You really don't need them on this rest


Answer : Does not require a special weight bag - any lower profile bag (homemade) will work.


Answer : You can buy sand bags at your local gun shop, but I have no need for the bags with this rest, its pretty heavy by itself.



can I use an AR style or lever rifle in this shooting rest?


Answer : The rest sets up high enough that you can open the lever to reset the gun.I don't see any reason why you couldn't use this rest to sight in an AR style rifle.There is nothing in the way to keep the bolt from cycling


Answer : Yes, the rest will adjust to fit almost anything. Thanks


Answer : Yes, The rest can be shortened or extended as needed. I used my M4 with a 30 round mag installed without issue.


Answer : Absolutely. See MY review and photos.


Answer : It adjusts to fit any rifle. I have used a lever action in mine


Answer : I recently bought this rest and have used it for my AR. You have to be sure and adjust the length to fit and I had to temporarily remove my foregrip in order to rest properly. The only other thing is that a 30 round clip wont fit. You will need a 10 rounder. Otherwise its a very sturdy rest for the money


Answer : Depends upon the individual rifle. Clearance between a 22 stock and rest base is approx 6 inches. Long magazines or lever action might be obstructed by the base.


Answer : Yes you can, I have used this rest with my AR.



Great Rest

The Primos Group Therapy Deluxe is a heavy duty, sturdy, fully adjustable rest that goes above my expectations. I compared this rest with the Caldwell Lead Sled Plus and it was an easy decision for me to go with the Primos. First the Primos is $30.00 cheaper, but the main reason for me was that the Caldwell is made for rifles only, where the Primos has a detachable handgun rest. I love to shoot my rifles, but I looove to shoot my handguns. Great rest at a great price.


Gets the job done, simple to assemble, heavy const

If you are looking for a 'rifle sled', give this one a try. Basic design, strong, bargain-priced. Has trays for adding additional weight for stability, anti-creeping. Weight trays are located on both sides, BETTER than those that are located directly UNDER the rifle. No obstructions to interfere with bottom-feed box magazines.\n\nNo rifle-butt cushioning included. Not an issue, easy to address if you feel it necessary.\n\nGlad I purchased it.


Overall a very good rest for the money.

I shopped around for a long time before deciding on this rest. I shopped many of the big online gun sites that offer all of the name brand rests. I ending up choosing this one based on some good reviews and because of the affordable price.\n\nThis rest is very sturdy and well built. All of the components are well made. The only drawback I can think of is that its a little cumbersome on adjusting the length for different guns.\n\nOtherwise, great product!


Great Rest at an Excellent Price.

I purchased this rest on sale just recently. I couldn't believe how heavy duty this thing was built! For $50 my expectations were low, but I was pleasantly surprised. This is a real nice quality rest. It is easy to assemble and fits all of my guns perfect. I am just really impressed. Buy this rest, you can't go wrong. I just went back online to purchase a couple more and they are out of stock. I can see why.


Great stand

Extremely sturdy shooting rest. Use it for not only sighting but also as a maintenance stand.\nOnly thing I would improve would be some padding and a strap on the rear butt stand.\nVery happy with the fact that it is ambidextrous.


Primos Group Therapy

This thing is built like a tank. For the money you will not find a better deal. I was impressed with the set up.


Excellent Rest for its price range

Purchased to sight in a 22 rifle scope. Easy, 5 minute assembly. Well made from square tube steel with good welds. Good finish and vinyl coatings. Replaced drop in locking pin with bolt to improve stability. Front rest is very stable and provides fine height adjustment (lubricate the wheel threads). Stock end to front rest bag adjustable to approximately 21" to 24". Rear stock holder is not adjustable nor clamp, and will require padding/shims to hold stock plumb and steady. No side to side adjustment, so base must be manually moved, but not difficult. Did not need additional weight for stability. Also use the front rest (without stock assembly) instead of sand bag. If you are looking for a good front rest only, this is worth the money. Unless you want to spend a few hundred dollars for a high end rest with side adjustments, this will adequately do the job. For the $50 price, an exceptional value. Far exceeded my expectations.


Great Buy

The product did exactly what it is intended for. Zeroing in a scope was a snap. After three shots, dead center after adjusting scope. Worth the price considering ammo to be saved zeroing in a rifle. Only suggestion I have which would make it perfect is padding on the butt rest. However, it was easy enough to construct a pad for this.


As good or better than the much higher priced one.

Much better than I expected. Compares exceedingly as well as ANY at any price!!


Primos Group Therapy Gun Rest

Nothing compared in price and quality. Needed a gun rest that worked with my .270, 30-30, and my air rifles. You can't go wrong with this unit.


Great sighting in tool

Great product. I would add a way to strap down the rifle! Zero movement is the goal!!


Extremely strong, exceeded my expectations.

Yesterday 8/29/14, I took the "Primos Group Therapy Deluxe Shooting Rest" (PGTDSR) to the range. I fired over 300 rounds out of my new rifle (22 Long Rifle) at 50 and 100 yards. The stability of the PGTDSR allowed me to test and setup the iron sights and a new scope accurately. The PGTDSR took a little getting use to, which was the learning curve (how to use it effectively) because I don't shoot that often. I am over 65 years old, wearing bi-focal glasses, and stability was a major concern. All-in-all, I really liked using it. It helped me much more than I ever dreamed it would. I like the fact that the butt section of the assembly can be removed from the front, so you can use the front support as a stand alone support for your rifle or pistol. There are two very minor drawbacks to the PGTDSR: (1st) The distance from the front of the front rest to the rear of the butt rest is 27 1/2 inches. This makes shooting a longer rifle (Muzzleloader etc...) a little difficult. A 4" to 6" extension would be nice. (2nd) there is a case hardened stabilizing pin that drops down into the front hole of the two frames. No detent to keep it in place. When I carried the rest to my truck, my pin must have dropped out somewhere. I'm sure that I will be able to find it but if not, a nut and bolt will resolve the problem (easy fix). I highly recommend this PGTDSR product to anyone wanting to set up and shoot the tightest groups possible, it worked great and for the price, it is a good bargain.


Great price well made

Its heavy but I believe it will out last Me. Great price


Good product

Well built shooting rest, can't go wrong for fifty bucks! Great for sighting in your rifle. Buy it online for 49.99 and pick it up at the store. It costs 69.99 if you buy it at the store.i'm a very satisfied customer.


Very Well Built, Extremely Versatile, Excellent!

Did lots of research online and in sporting goods stores and determined the Primos Group Therapy (PGT) to be far better than any other shooting rest, especially given the price.\nTHE GOOD:\n- Built like a tank. very solid/sturdy, powder coated frame, heavy rubber coated tray, stock rest and fine tuning wheel\n- Versatile, strong enough to be used with hi-powered rifles, (I used .270 and 30-06)\n- Compatible with AR/ M4 style frames, even with a 30 round mag installed.\n- Designed to be used with hand guns after removing the rear stock support (takes just minutes)\n- Easily adjusted for height using lockable base screws and fine tuning wheel\n- Hardened steel drop in pin keeps the frame in place rock solid even under extreme recoil\nWHAT I LEARNED:\nSpent a couple of afternoons sighting at a 200 yd range using sandbags only under the front of the rifle, but couldn't stabilize it enough to eliminate movement to zero (need more practice, just short of time and $$ for ammo). Wanted to learn how much a shooting rest would help save both, while giving me confidence that my rifle and scope are capable of consistent shot groups. Without question the PGT rest made a significant difference. Now confident that my rifle will consistently shoot where pointed. Before using PGT, shot 5/6' groups at 100 yds. After using the PGT, was shooting 1" groups at 100 yds. Of course the purpose was sighting in the rifle, only practice without the rest will improve overall shooting skills.\nSUGGESTIONS:\nI didn't put weights on the tray and had to readjust the PGT forward after every other shot. A 10 lb shot/sand bag, one on each tray should minimize this problem. The forward padded rest straps on snugly with velcro, but will move side to side in it's tray and the front of the stock needed to be adjusted laterally after each shot. Twisting the front rest about 20 degrees and tightening down the trays thumb screw will put enough pressure on the front of the stock to prevent any lateral movement. Also, there's a bit of slop in the rear butt stock support. I stuffed my leather wallet between the space and the stock which reduced slop to near zero. I also heard someone suggest putting a beveled rubber door stop on either side of the stock and may try that next time out.


great rest

great rest for the price


excellent product, best price on the internet

excellent product, best price on the internet


Nice oriduct

Great rest for half the price of comparable ones. Pretty solid and steady.


Super quality bench gun rest

The quality of this product is excellent! Heavy steel construction with a very good executed design. ?.far exceeds my expectations!


You are not going to find a better rest for the $$

I purchased this item based solely on the weight. I have been looking at other places and even ordered another rest online from another retailier when I encountered this at my local WM. Once I picked up the box that was all it took.\nI have used this sled for several different rifles from an M1 Garand, an S&W M4, BSA Monarch, and a Rem 770. All issues or complaints posted by others, disregard. All of these are easy fixes. The lose butt stock holder was fixed with a range towel. Laid the towel over the stock, pushed into the recess and done. The muzzle does rise but this was fixed with some 550 cord. The one issue that I am seeking a fix for is the feet. The contact patch is too small. Great for non skid surfaces, but on concrete the sled tends to slide quite a bit. You could add some weight, but I am looking for a larger contact area for the feet. The lenght adjustment is.... just leave it alone best option. You can buy others, but to get this constuction you are looking at 150+. Save the time and $$ and get this. You wont be disapointed if you have a little problem solving ability.


Great Rest

The Primos Group Therapy Deluxe is a heavy duty, sturdy, fully adjustable rest that goes above my expectations. I compared this rest with the Caldwell Lead Sled Plus and it was an easy decision for me to go with the Primos. First the Primos is $30.00 cheaper, but the main reason for me was that the Caldwell is made for rifles only, where the Primos has a detachable handgun rest. I love to shoot my rifles, but I looove to shoot my handguns. Great rest at a great price.


Gets the job done, simple to assemble, heavy const

If you are looking for a 'rifle sled', give this one a try. Basic design, strong, bargain-priced. Has trays for adding additional weight for stability, anti-creeping. Weight trays are located on both sides, BETTER than those that are located directly UNDER the rifle. No obstructions to interfere with bottom-feed box magazines.\n\nNo rifle-butt cushioning included. Not an issue, easy to address if you feel it necessary.\n\nGlad I purchased it.


Overall a very good rest for the money.

I shopped around for a long time before deciding on this rest. I shopped many of the big online gun sites that offer all of the name brand rests. I ending up choosing this one based on some good reviews and because of the affordable price.\n\nThis rest is very sturdy and well built. All of the components are well made. The only drawback I can think of is that its a little cumbersome on adjusting the length for different guns.\n\nOtherwise, great product!


Great Rest at an Excellent Price.

I purchased this rest on sale just recently. I couldn't believe how heavy duty this thing was built! For $50 my expectations were low, but I was pleasantly surprised. This is a real nice quality rest. It is easy to assemble and fits all of my guns perfect. I am just really impressed. Buy this rest, you can't go wrong. I just went back online to purchase a couple more and they are out of stock. I can see why.


Great stand

Extremely sturdy shooting rest. Use it for not only sighting but also as a maintenance stand.\nOnly thing I would improve would be some padding and a strap on the rear butt stand.\nVery happy with the fact that it is ambidextrous.


Primos Group Therapy

This thing is built like a tank. For the money you will not find a better deal. I was impressed with the set up.


Excellent Rest for its price range

Purchased to sight in a 22 rifle scope. Easy, 5 minute assembly. Well made from square tube steel with good welds. Good finish and vinyl coatings. Replaced drop in locking pin with bolt to improve stability. Front rest is very stable and provides fine height adjustment (lubricate the wheel threads). Stock end to front rest bag adjustable to approximately 21" to 24". Rear stock holder is not adjustable nor clamp, and will require padding/shims to hold stock plumb and steady. No side to side adjustment, so base must be manually moved, but not difficult. Did not need additional weight for stability. Also use the front rest (without stock assembly) instead of sand bag. If you are looking for a good front rest only, this is worth the money. Unless you want to spend a few hundred dollars for a high end rest with side adjustments, this will adequately do the job. For the $50 price, an exceptional value. Far exceeded my expectations.


Great Buy

The product did exactly what it is intended for. Zeroing in a scope was a snap. After three shots, dead center after adjusting scope. Worth the price considering ammo to be saved zeroing in a rifle. Only suggestion I have which would make it perfect is padding on the butt rest. However, it was easy enough to construct a pad for this.


As good or better than the much higher priced one.

Much better than I expected. Compares exceedingly as well as ANY at any price!!


Primos Group Therapy Gun Rest

Nothing compared in price and quality. Needed a gun rest that worked with my .270, 30-30, and my air rifles. You can't go wrong with this unit.


Great sighting in tool

Great product. I would add a way to strap down the rifle! Zero movement is the goal!!


Extremely strong, exceeded my expectations.

Yesterday 8/29/14, I took the "Primos Group Therapy Deluxe Shooting Rest" (PGTDSR) to the range. I fired over 300 rounds out of my new rifle (22 Long Rifle) at 50 and 100 yards. The stability of the PGTDSR allowed me to test and setup the iron sights and a new scope accurately. The PGTDSR took a little getting use to, which was the learning curve (how to use it effectively) because I don't shoot that often. I am over 65 years old, wearing bi-focal glasses, and stability was a major concern. All-in-all, I really liked using it. It helped me much more than I ever dreamed it would. I like the fact that the butt section of the assembly can be removed from the front, so you can use the front support as a stand alone support for your rifle or pistol. There are two very minor drawbacks to the PGTDSR: (1st) The distance from the front of the front rest to the rear of the butt rest is 27 1/2 inches. This makes shooting a longer rifle (Muzzleloader etc...) a little difficult. A 4" to 6" extension would be nice. (2nd) there is a case hardened stabilizing pin that drops down into the front hole of the two frames. No detent to keep it in place. When I carried the rest to my truck, my pin must have dropped out somewhere. I'm sure that I will be able to find it but if not, a nut and bolt will resolve the problem (easy fix). I highly recommend this PGTDSR product to anyone wanting to set up and shoot the tightest groups possible, it worked great and for the price, it is a good bargain.


Great price well made

Its heavy but I believe it will out last Me. Great price


Good product

Well built shooting rest, can't go wrong for fifty bucks! Great for sighting in your rifle. Buy it online for 49.99 and pick it up at the store. It costs 69.99 if you buy it at the store.i'm a very satisfied customer.


Very Well Built, Extremely Versatile, Excellent!

Did lots of research online and in sporting goods stores and determined the Primos Group Therapy (PGT) to be far better than any other shooting rest, especially given the price.\nTHE GOOD:\n- Built like a tank. very solid/sturdy, powder coated frame, heavy rubber coated tray, stock rest and fine tuning wheel\n- Versatile, strong enough to be used with hi-powered rifles, (I used .270 and 30-06)\n- Compatible with AR/ M4 style frames, even with a 30 round mag installed.\n- Designed to be used with hand guns after removing the rear stock support (takes just minutes)\n- Easily adjusted for height using lockable base screws and fine tuning wheel\n- Hardened steel drop in pin keeps the frame in place rock solid even under extreme recoil\nWHAT I LEARNED:\nSpent a couple of afternoons sighting at a 200 yd range using sandbags only under the front of the rifle, but couldn't stabilize it enough to eliminate movement to zero (need more practice, just short of time and $$ for ammo). Wanted to learn how much a shooting rest would help save both, while giving me confidence that my rifle and scope are capable of consistent shot groups. Without question the PGT rest made a significant difference. Now confident that my rifle will consistently shoot where pointed. Before using PGT, shot 5/6' groups at 100 yds. After using the PGT, was shooting 1" groups at 100 yds. Of course the purpose was sighting in the rifle, only practice without the rest will improve overall shooting skills.\nSUGGESTIONS:\nI didn't put weights on the tray and had to readjust the PGT forward after every other shot. A 10 lb shot/sand bag, one on each tray should minimize this problem. The forward padded rest straps on snugly with velcro, but will move side to side in it's tray and the front of the stock needed to be adjusted laterally after each shot. Twisting the front rest about 20 degrees and tightening down the trays thumb screw will put enough pressure on the front of the stock to prevent any lateral movement. Also, there's a bit of slop in the rear butt stock support. I stuffed my leather wallet between the space and the stock which reduced slop to near zero. I also heard someone suggest putting a beveled rubber door stop on either side of the stock and may try that next time out.


great rest

great rest for the price


excellent product, best price on the internet

excellent product, best price on the internet


Nice oriduct

Great rest for half the price of comparable ones. Pretty solid and steady.


Super quality bench gun rest

The quality of this product is excellent! Heavy steel construction with a very good executed design. ?.far exceeds my expectations!


You are not going to find a better rest for the $$

I purchased this item based solely on the weight. I have been looking at other places and even ordered another rest online from another retailier when I encountered this at my local WM. Once I picked up the box that was all it took.\nI have used this sled for several different rifles from an M1 Garand, an S&W M4, BSA Monarch, and a Rem 770. All issues or complaints posted by others, disregard. All of these are easy fixes. The lose butt stock holder was fixed with a range towel. Laid the towel over the stock, pushed into the recess and done. The muzzle does rise but this was fixed with some 550 cord. The one issue that I am seeking a fix for is the feet. The contact patch is too small. Great for non skid surfaces, but on concrete the sled tends to slide quite a bit. You could add some weight, but I am looking for a larger contact area for the feet. The lenght adjustment is.... just leave it alone best option. You can buy others, but to get this constuction you are looking at 150+. Save the time and $$ and get this. You wont be disapointed if you have a little problem solving ability.


Great Rest

The Primos Group Therapy Deluxe is a heavy duty, sturdy, fully adjustable rest that goes above my expectations. I compared this rest with the Caldwell Lead Sled Plus and it was an easy decision for me to go with the Primos. First the Primos is $30.00 cheaper, but the main reason for me was that the Caldwell is made for rifles only, where the Primos has a detachable handgun rest. I love to shoot my rifles, but I looove to shoot my handguns. Great rest at a great price.


Gets the job done, simple to assemble, heavy const

If you are looking for a 'rifle sled', give this one a try. Basic design, strong, bargain-priced. Has trays for adding additional weight for stability, anti-creeping. Weight trays are located on both sides, BETTER than those that are located directly UNDER the rifle. No obstructions to interfere with bottom-feed box magazines.\n\nNo rifle-butt cushioning included. Not an issue, easy to address if you feel it necessary.\n\nGlad I purchased it.


Overall a very good rest for the money.

I shopped around for a long time before deciding on this rest. I shopped many of the big online gun sites that offer all of the name brand rests. I ending up choosing this one based on some good reviews and because of the affordable price.\n\nThis rest is very sturdy and well built. All of the components are well made. The only drawback I can think of is that its a little cumbersome on adjusting the length for different guns.\n\nOtherwise, great product!


Great Rest at an Excellent Price.

I purchased this rest on sale just recently. I couldn't believe how heavy duty this thing was built! For $50 my expectations were low, but I was pleasantly surprised. This is a real nice quality rest. It is easy to assemble and fits all of my guns perfect. I am just really impressed. Buy this rest, you can't go wrong. I just went back online to purchase a couple more and they are out of stock. I can see why.


Great stand

Extremely sturdy shooting rest. Use it for not only sighting but also as a maintenance stand.\nOnly thing I would improve would be some padding and a strap on the rear butt stand.\nVery happy with the fact that it is ambidextrous.


Primos Group Therapy

This thing is built like a tank. For the money you will not find a better deal. I was impressed with the set up.


Excellent Rest for its price range

Purchased to sight in a 22 rifle scope. Easy, 5 minute assembly. Well made from square tube steel with good welds. Good finish and vinyl coatings. Replaced drop in locking pin with bolt to improve stability. Front rest is very stable and provides fine height adjustment (lubricate the wheel threads). Stock end to front rest bag adjustable to approximately 21" to 24". Rear stock holder is not adjustable nor clamp, and will require padding/shims to hold stock plumb and steady. No side to side adjustment, so base must be manually moved, but not difficult. Did not need additional weight for stability. Also use the front rest (without stock assembly) instead of sand bag. If you are looking for a good front rest only, this is worth the money. Unless you want to spend a few hundred dollars for a high end rest with side adjustments, this will adequately do the job. For the $50 price, an exceptional value. Far exceeded my expectations.


Great Buy

The product did exactly what it is intended for. Zeroing in a scope was a snap. After three shots, dead center after adjusting scope. Worth the price considering ammo to be saved zeroing in a rifle. Only suggestion I have which would make it perfect is padding on the butt rest. However, it was easy enough to construct a pad for this.


As good or better than the much higher priced one.

Much better than I expected. Compares exceedingly as well as ANY at any price!!


Primos Group Therapy Gun Rest

Nothing compared in price and quality. Needed a gun rest that worked with my .270, 30-30, and my air rifles. You can't go wrong with this unit.


Great sighting in tool

Great product. I would add a way to strap down the rifle! Zero movement is the goal!!


Extremely strong, exceeded my expectations.

Yesterday 8/29/14, I took the "Primos Group Therapy Deluxe Shooting Rest" (PGTDSR) to the range. I fired over 300 rounds out of my new rifle (22 Long Rifle) at 50 and 100 yards. The stability of the PGTDSR allowed me to test and setup the iron sights and a new scope accurately. The PGTDSR took a little getting use to, which was the learning curve (how to use it effectively) because I don't shoot that often. I am over 65 years old, wearing bi-focal glasses, and stability was a major concern. All-in-all, I really liked using it. It helped me much more than I ever dreamed it would. I like the fact that the butt section of the assembly can be removed from the front, so you can use the front support as a stand alone support for your rifle or pistol. There are two very minor drawbacks to the PGTDSR: (1st) The distance from the front of the front rest to the rear of the butt rest is 27 1/2 inches. This makes shooting a longer rifle (Muzzleloader etc...) a little difficult. A 4" to 6" extension would be nice. (2nd) there is a case hardened stabilizing pin that drops down into the front hole of the two frames. No detent to keep it in place. When I carried the rest to my truck, my pin must have dropped out somewhere. I'm sure that I will be able to find it but if not, a nut and bolt will resolve the problem (easy fix). I highly recommend this PGTDSR product to anyone wanting to set up and shoot the tightest groups possible, it worked great and for the price, it is a good bargain.


Great price well made

Its heavy but I believe it will out last Me. Great price


Good product

Well built shooting rest, can't go wrong for fifty bucks! Great for sighting in your rifle. Buy it online for 49.99 and pick it up at the store. It costs 69.99 if you buy it at the store.i'm a very satisfied customer.


Very Well Built, Extremely Versatile, Excellent!

Did lots of research online and in sporting goods stores and determined the Primos Group Therapy (PGT) to be far better than any other shooting rest, especially given the price.\nTHE GOOD:\n- Built like a tank. very solid/sturdy, powder coated frame, heavy rubber coated tray, stock rest and fine tuning wheel\n- Versatile, strong enough to be used with hi-powered rifles, (I used .270 and 30-06)\n- Compatible with AR/ M4 style frames, even with a 30 round mag installed.\n- Designed to be used with hand guns after removing the rear stock support (takes just minutes)\n- Easily adjusted for height using lockable base screws and fine tuning wheel\n- Hardened steel drop in pin keeps the frame in place rock solid even under extreme recoil\nWHAT I LEARNED:\nSpent a couple of afternoons sighting at a 200 yd range using sandbags only under the front of the rifle, but couldn't stabilize it enough to eliminate movement to zero (need more practice, just short of time and $$ for ammo). Wanted to learn how much a shooting rest would help save both, while giving me confidence that my rifle and scope are capable of consistent shot groups. Without question the PGT rest made a significant difference. Now confident that my rifle will consistently shoot where pointed. Before using PGT, shot 5/6' groups at 100 yds. After using the PGT, was shooting 1" groups at 100 yds. Of course the purpose was sighting in the rifle, only practice without the rest will improve overall shooting skills.\nSUGGESTIONS:\nI didn't put weights on the tray and had to readjust the PGT forward after every other shot. A 10 lb shot/sand bag, one on each tray should minimize this problem. The forward padded rest straps on snugly with velcro, but will move side to side in it's tray and the front of the stock needed to be adjusted laterally after each shot. Twisting the front rest about 20 degrees and tightening down the trays thumb screw will put enough pressure on the front of the stock to prevent any lateral movement. Also, there's a bit of slop in the rear butt stock support. I stuffed my leather wallet between the space and the stock which reduced slop to near zero. I also heard someone suggest putting a beveled rubber door stop on either side of the stock and may try that next time out.


great rest

great rest for the price


excellent product, best price on the internet

excellent product, best price on the internet


Nice oriduct

Great rest for half the price of comparable ones. Pretty solid and steady.


Super quality bench gun rest

The quality of this product is excellent! Heavy steel construction with a very good executed design. ?.far exceeds my expectations!


You are not going to find a better rest for the $$

I purchased this item based solely on the weight. I have been looking at other places and even ordered another rest online from another retailier when I encountered this at my local WM. Once I picked up the box that was all it took.\nI have used this sled for several different rifles from an M1 Garand, an S&W M4, BSA Monarch, and a Rem 770. All issues or complaints posted by others, disregard. All of these are easy fixes. The lose butt stock holder was fixed with a range towel. Laid the towel over the stock, pushed into the recess and done. The muzzle does rise but this was fixed with some 550 cord. The one issue that I am seeking a fix for is the feet. The contact patch is too small. Great for non skid surfaces, but on concrete the sled tends to slide quite a bit. You could add some weight, but I am looking for a larger contact area for the feet. The lenght adjustment is.... just leave it alone best option. You can buy others, but to get this constuction you are looking at 150+. Save the time and $$ and get this. You wont be disapointed if you have a little problem solving ability.


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