Closeouts. The Knight & Hale Steady Ready shooting rest straps to your arm and stays out of the way until you are ready to shoot. It gives bow hunters a steady rest at full draw, provides rifle hunters a quick rest when shooting off hand and functions as a great monopod for turkey hunters.
Forearm pad: 3x7”
Strap: 1x22-½” with adjustable touch-fasteners
Open length: 43”
Closed length: 20”
Weight: 1 lb. 2 oz.
Material: Aluminum, composite, foam rubber and nylon webbing
Reviewed by Michigan hunter from Michigan on Friday, November 27, 2009
I have'nt bow hunted in seven years because of three shoulder surgerys, I could not even hold or draw my bow. Thanks to SIERRA trading post for great deals and Knight & Hale, I can bow hunt again and im loving it. Thanks guys for getting me back in the woods and in my stand!!!!!! THANK YOU!!!!! Stev...
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Reviewed by HawgWild from WPB, FL on Tuesday, March 30, 2010
There is no way you can effectively hunt with this contraption, especially if bow hunting. Once you preset the limb length, you are stuck with no freedom of movement. Can be used to shoot at predetermined stationary target effectively (i.e. paper target/block) as the unit does provide stability.
Best Uses: Target Practice
Cons: Clumsy, No freedom of movement, Time consuming
Reviewed by WoodstockDoug from Woodstock NY on Thursday, March 11, 2010
I bought it on closeout and it broke immediately as I was removing it from the package. There is a very thin plastic part that joins the arm rest to the stick and I found out it takes very little torque to sheer that off. I'm glad it happened at home and not in the field. I thought about sending it back and asking for a replacement but instead I'll probably just use epoxy to rejoin those pieces, and maybe it'll work then.
Reviewed by deerbill from west virginia on Thursday, February 18, 2010
I bought 3 one for me and 2 for friends. we are all over 60 and in need of help holding steady because of shoulder injuries. havn/t used in the field yet but seems to work well for gun and bow in practice.