The one rest that does it all.
- Ulta rigid 2-piece sliding frame adjusts to fit any gun
- Innovative new spring loaded elevation system allows for fast one handed, no wobble adjustment
- Open central channel accomodates detachable magazines and lever action guns
- Convenient storage compartment lid doubles as a handgun base
The highly versatile Matrix combines great new features and rock solid stability in an affordable rest. Central tot eh design is the innovative, ultra rigid U-channel frame, quickly adjusting in length for the perfect fit with any gun while remaining perfectly stable. The two piece sliding frame incorporates an open central channel with plenty of clearance for hi-capacity detachable magazines (AR style guns) as well as lever action guns. A convenient storage area incorporated into the front of the base features a removable lid that adds additional clearance when detached but also doubles as a rubberized rear support surface for firing handguns when left in place.
Another key feature is the all new innovative front elevation system. A spring loaded tension mechanism and height adjustment knob allow for fast, one handed elevation adjustments, keeping the front cradle wobble free throughout the entire vertical range. Overmolded front and rear supports protect the guns finish but are firm enough to prevent any give or play.
Shooters will also enjoy the versatility of converting the Matrix into a compact front rest be removing the rear portion of the frame. Weather used a s a front rest or as a full length rest the Matrix provides stability that will deliver maximum accuracy potential.
Can the Matrix be modified for left hand use?
Yes, the elevation knob can be reversed to the opposite side of the rest by following these steps:
- 1) Remove the tray cover
- 2) Fully turn the ram lock knob in the counter clockwise direction, this disengages the leaf spring from the rack.
- 3) Turn the elevation knob clockwise to fully remove the ram through the top of the front base
- 4) Turn the front base over and remove the three screws, these hold the pinion shaft cover on
- 5) Once the pinion cover is removed, reassemble the elevation knob and shaft assembly to the opposite side of the base.
- a. Make certain the two grooves in the pinion shaft are properly nested in the front base.
- 6) Reinstall the pinion cover
- a. Make sure the leaf spring is positioned between the gear teeth of the pinion gear.
- b. Apply equal torque to all three screws until the pinion cover is fully seated against the front base. DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN
- 7) Reinstall the rack by turning the elevation knob counter clockwise to align the pinion gear and rack teeth
- 8) Turn the elevation lock knob clockwise until the leaf spring makes contact against the rack.