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Farley Coaxial II vs Sinclair Competition Shooting Rest

October 21 2011 at 1:37 PM
henry  (Login tdu2011)

Hello everyone.

If you have some experience with these 2 front rests, could you please give some feedback? Thanks.

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Joe in WV
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Henry, there is no comparson between these rest the

October 22 2011, 9:44 PM 

Farley has all the bells and whistles compared to the Sinclair rest IMHO

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Chris T
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Re: Farley Coaxial II vs Sinclair Competition Shooting Rest

October 24 2011, 10:42 AM 

Not apples to apples, The Farley is a co-axial adjustment rest, joy stick controls all movements,where as the the Sinclair is separate windage and elevation controls.

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