Things I liked: I like it verry much, ease of use, Install, Setup, removal. Spring loaded legs make use on uneven locations. All you do is turn to lock and unlock. I have mine on a NP2 Eagle .22 & .177
Things I would have changed: It would be nice to have a longer or third section, also a mount to use on breakbarrel.
What others should know: To mount as mine, you need a thru bolt with a flat head inside the stock to clear the action. Working on a U shaped bracket for further forward mounting.
Things I liked: Attached as advertised. Provides a stable platform for shooting. Raises and lowers smoothly. Very easy to adapt to my Side lever.
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: Works very nicely if your air gun already has swivel mounts. If you are using a break barrel it could be difficult to modify the stock to accept swivels, unless you are experienced.
Things I liked: Adjustable and sturdy
Things I would have changed: Haven't used it enough to say. I like it so far.
What others should know: Nothing now
With most rifles being hold-sensitive how much does this affect group size and point of impact vs hand-hold?
I would say its a big difference between the two.
will this fit an winchester mp4
If you have a weaver / picatiiny rail or swivel stud mount?
Will this fit on Benjamin Mrod. Gen 2