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I bought the Caldwell Lead Sled shortly after it came out. I had previously used a variety of bags, sandbags, and rests with success but was never able to achieve the kind of consistency I got with this device. It is easy to set up and start using immediately, plus it performs well even at high speeds (my rifle shoots 1760fps at the muzzle) without any noticeable effect on accuracy.
The Lead Sled bags are pretty durable (one of my bags took a bullet hit during a shooting trip in Wisconsin – no damage, just some black powder residue), but even if they did get damaged you can get new ones for less than $10 that will work just as well.
I have no problems recommending the Caldwell Lead Sled to anyone looking for a rest that allows for much more stability, accuracy, and consistency than any bag or soft rest.
Why you should buy a Caldwell Lead Sled?
I bought one of these when it first came out in hopes of smoothing out my groups on my 30/06 rifle. I used it with some success but quickly tired of its 12 lbs. of pull weight. It did however provide some insight into what your scope is doing when it moves, for good or bad.
I moved the Caldwell Lead Sled to me.300 Win Mag and settled in behind it with a bipod/ rear bag combo that I had on the rifle ready just in case at the range. I was expecting a lot of disappointing shots as this rifle has been giving me all kinds of issues as far as accuracy goes lately. I took aim at my standard 100-yard target and squeezed off my first shot…over an inch low, flinched the second one up another inch high and the third one sent a bullet through the edge of the target.
I backed up to 200 yards, settled in, and fired another group that was approximately 1.5 MOA. Not great but certainly better than the 3-4 inches I normally get at 100 yards with this rifle! So I dialed up 2 more clicks of elevation and moved to 300 yards…half an inch high, same thing at 400. Then I moved to 500 yards and fired a 3 round group that was about 2.5 inches high but within the 8″ target. All told I shot around 80 rounds from this rifle, no support other than my grip hand on the forend. The Caldwell Lead Sled performed flawlessly all day.