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LYMAN RANGE BAG JACK
How often do you set-up shooting rests at the range, only to find that your rifle isn’t at the proper height; or the seat is too high for the bench? Lyman’s Bag Jack is designed to make it easy to adjust the elevation of your rifle and bring it into line.
Read 1 Reviews - Average Rating: 5 stars
Functional & Compact
By Leon G.
on Feb 15, 2019
Tired of hunting for pieces of wood or rocks to prop up your shooting rest bag? I was. I saw this while browsing Graf's website and immediately ordered one.
I was at first disappointed after pulling it out of the box. The top platform wobbled. After studying it for a minute the fix was obvious, and simple. Just tighten the screws at the ends of the pantograph axles. Note, however, that the top platform will begin to wobble again after it is extended past about half of its travel range, but it is unlikely anyone would need that much extra height.
I give the "Bag Jack" a qualified 5-star rating, with the understanding that it is only stable after tightening the axle screws, and not extending more than half its capacity. And put a little grease on the jack screw.
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