New From Bog-Pod: Rapid Shooting Rest (RSR)

A stable shooting platform is a must for accurate shot placement, and the Rapid Shooting Rest from Bog-Pod seeks to provide a quickly-adjustable solution. A shorty aluminum tripod with grippy rubber feet and rapid height adjustment, the RSR looks to be a good companion on the range or in the field. Bog-Pod’s press release follows:

The New Rapid Shooting Rest from Bog-Pod

Bog-Pod® Rapid Shooting Rest
The all new Bog-Pod Rapid Shooting Rest (RSR) is compact, collapsible, and portable, making it the perfect shooting rest for outdoor enthusiasts. The Rapid Shooting Rest features Bog-Pod’s Switcheroo® Ultimate Shooting Rest, giving the shooter a full 360 degrees of target acquisition. Easy to store in a backpack, and quick to set up, this rest will give you the accuracy and range you need to make that big game shot on the fly.

Features Include:
•  Constructed of heavy duty cast aluminum and polymers
•  Easy to deploy Tripod legs with non-marring rubber traction feet
•  Twist lock main elevation adjustment
•  Minimum height of 7 inches with maximum height of 11 inches
•  Collapses to 12.8” in length and weighs only 21.6 ounces

For more information on the Rapid Shooting Rest click here [available at Optics Planet here]

About Battenfeld Technologies, Inc.
Battenfeld Technologies, Inc. is the industry leading manufacturer of shooting, reloading, gunsmithing, gun cleaning supplies, specialty tools and cutlery. We produce innovative, top quality products under: Caldwell® Shooting Supplies; Wheeler® Engineering; Tipton® Gun Cleaning Supplies; Frankford Arsenal® Reloading Tools; Lockdown® Vault Accessories; Hooyman® Premium Tree Saws; Smith & Wesson® Accessories; M&P® Accessories; Thompson/Center Arms™ Accessories; Schrade®, Old Timer®, and Uncle Henry® knives and specialty tools; and Imperial™ knives. For more information about Battenfeld Technologies, Inc.® products, visit


  1. avatar Mark N. says:

    The pic of that scope sighted muzzleloader reminds me of an internet argument I got into with someone who claimed that you could not hit anything with a black powder rifle, even with a “magnum” load of powder, past 100 yards, because the balls hit the ground after that distance. Sheesh!

    I like this little thing. This would be perfect at the indoor range I use sometimes for sighting in a couple of small caliber rifles. There is a shelf at just about waist height that is extremely awkward to use with bags. Too high to kneel, to low to bend over while standing.

      1. avatar Mark N. says:

        Thanks, I did not know about this guy. I think the rifle that made an 800 yard shot that ended up killing a Union General is on display at the Smithsonian. (Bullet hit him in the lower leg, and he bled out in his boot.)

  2. avatar Southern Cross says:

    How much?

    And will they send overseas?

    Just what I want for scoped rifle matches with rifles that lack bipods.

    1. avatar McBell says:

      $44 @ optics planet. Overseas shipping will depend on the seller’s abilities to export.

  3. avatar Ralph says:

    Battenfeld Technologies is now owned by Smith & Wesson.

  4. avatar tsbhoa.p.jr says:

    i’ll just re- purpose my divining rod.

  5. avatar Docduracoat says:

    I have a competing product from a company called Vanguard
    Looks very similar except on mine the rifle rest is padded
    I like it as I do not have to put bipods on all my rifles
    Rock steady, especially if you put a bean bag under the rear of the stock

  6. avatar Pascal says:

    I have a camera tripod that looks like that. All I need is a yoke like they have and I am in business. If it can hold the boat anchor that is my Nikon plus lens it should be good enough for my rifle.

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