A few weeks ago I was at a range and struck up a conversation with an old Vietnam Vet who was in the USAF. He was a neat old guy and told me about a particular prop plane he flew in Laos that was the same make as those flown by Air America.
What he was doing was getting ready for a Varmint Match. That is a shooting game that is geared towards the smaller calibers. I believe they even shoot an silhouettes of small animals.
But what really caught my eye was his super fancy shooting rest. This thing looked like something straight from the Mars Rover Program. Pretty sure it was chrome plated but one of the neatest things was the “joystick” for fine adjustment.
It seems you dial it in with the knobs and then make your minute competition adjustments with the joystick! The owner said he thought the rest was made by a guy in Indonesia. And what I mean is, not made at an Indonesian factory, but was designed and sold by an an actual shooter who resided in Indonesia.
BTW…the rifle is a Savage. Which is not unexpected. Savage’s have a well earned reputation for supreme accuracy irrespective of their pedestrian price point. Think about it like this, if the guy is serious enough to drop $1000 on a rest, he could easily buy any rifle he wanted.
He went with Savage.
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