Caldwell 7-Rest

Priced: $36.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Caldwell 7-Rest -
Its asymmetrical frame is shaped like the number seven for solid, three-point stability and fast, easy length adjustments. It innovative shape also lets you customize it for shooter-specific comfort and ambidextrous versatility. Overmolded, adjustable front and rear supports protect your gun's stock and forend and offer plenty of ground clearance for extended magazines, semiautomatics, AR-15s and lever-action rifles. Folds for space-saving storage and easy transport.


  • Ambidextrous
  • Folds compactly
  • Solid, three-point stabilization
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Caldwell 7-Rest Reviews:

Positive Reviews:


I just bought this and it worked great for me. I was able to get zeroed in with ease do to the stability. Be warned though, this one does not absorb any of the recoil for you, that is left up to you and your shoulder. I recommend it for anyone that wants quick and easy zeroing capability with minimal expense.
Jcldwl at Cabelas on 09/12/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Product is "ok"

Bought this to sight in a 243 rifle. The back piece that secures the stock of the rifle was up against my cheek. Even the recoil of a 243 did not feel too good when the back rest hit my cheek. I made it work by holding the the back piece when shooting. Also takes a while to get on target and if you move or bump it you will have to make adjustments to get back on target.
7jshep7 at Cabelas on 01/08/2012

It's ok

This is not a good long range rest but ok if sighting in at 50 yards or so. Rest is not very sturdy but has some purpose.
SmokeyHunter at Cabelas on 01/07/2013

Make a good purchase

By the price i think is a good article
motorsgt49 at Cabelas on 10/31/2012