When you’re hiking long distances on a hunt, or even if you’re trying to tote as little gear as possible to the range, sometimes you have to improvise a rest, whether it be a backpack or a tree stump. But what if you find yourself having to take a shot in an open field without shooting sticks? Going prone isn’t your only option. In this vid, Jeff Johnston shows you how you can use a piece of gear you should already have on you, your binoculars, to create an improvised rifle rest that can make all the difference when you’re shooting at distant targets.
The Right-Now Rifle Rest
If you're in flat land and need to take a long shot but can't find a place to rest your rifle, the solution may be right around your neck. Rifle pro Jeff Johnston shows you how to make that shot!