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Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests: First Look

The Birchwood Casey shooting rest line includes the Alpha, Bravo, Echo and Foxtrot for rifles and the Tango for handguns, ranging from $230 to $30.

Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests: First Look

New for 2021, Birchwood Casey has unveiled an entire line of shooting rests. Designed for comfort and ease of use with ambidextrous controls and oversized adjustment knobs, this new family of rests includes the Alpha, Bravo, Echo, Foxtrot, and Tango models.

The Alpha

Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests: First Look

The Alpha Shooting Rest is a tubular steel frame design that features a non-slip rubber stock rest; an integrated, weighted front (35 pounds total); and adjustable leveling feet with bullseye bubble level. It accommodates AR pistols with barrels as short as 7.5 inches as well as full-size rifles. The front has 3.5 inches of windage and 2 inches of elevation adjustment, and the rest can be used comfortably for prone shooting.

The Bravo

Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests: First Look

The Bravo Shooting Rest is supported with a rigid steel frame, non-slip rubber stock rest, non-slip rubber feet, and bubble level. Overall weight is 15 pounds, and it accommodates most full-size rifles (including those with high-capacity magazines) as well as AR pistols with barrels as short as 7.5 inches. The front allows for 3.5 inches of elevation.

The Echo

Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests: First Look

The Echo Shooting Rest has a steel frame, adjustable leveling feet, and a non-slip rubber stock rest. It holds various-size rifles and guns with barrels as short as 7.5 inches. The front has 3 inches of windage and 2 inches of elevation adjustment.


The Foxtrot

Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests: First Look

The Foxtrot Shooting Rest accommodates rifles and handguns (with the rear and center section removed). Molded with high-density polymers, the quick-detach design offers unlimited versatility, is lightweight but sturdy, and transports easily.


The Tango

Birchwood Casey Shooting Rests: First Look

The Tango Shooting Rest includes a padded front support that houses both handguns and rifles while protecting the firearm’s finish. Molded of high-density polymer, it is ergonomically designed to support the shooter’s hand while firing. Oversized footings help maintain a stable shooting platform, so it will accommodate most handguns and rifles.

MSRP: $229.99 (Alpha), $129.99 (Bravo), $89.99 (Echo), $49.99 (Foxtrot), $29.99 (Tango)

For more information on Birchwood Casey’s new shooting rest line, visit: birchwoodcasey.com

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