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    Junior Member Everydayshooter's Avatar
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    Thanks for all the replies guys. Ya the bag feels like the better option.

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    I use a bag, have a selection of them that I cart around in a duffle bag.

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    rear bag

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    Rear bag.

    Rear mono pods are so 1990's......
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    Use? For what? And where? It depends on the situation. Are you in a tree stand hunting, or at the range sighting in, or hunting while sitting in a ground blind, or waiting in prone in the prairies, or trying to see what degree of MOA your new rifle set up can do?

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    Junior Member Everydayshooter's Avatar
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    Mostly range bench and prone in a field. Trying to make the smallest hole in paper and long distance steel target.

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    Bag.

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    bag...monopods suck

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    I use a rear bag, personally. I haven't tried a monopod yet, but now I'm curious. I find the rear bag minimizes the effect my heartbeat has on setting up the point of aim when compared to holding the rear with my left hand. I don't see how it could get any better. I suppose some sort of attached monopod would be more portable, if you're in need of that.

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    I'm my own rear bag
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