Adjustable Bag Riders

The Angle Mounted Adjustable Bag Riders (Patented) is designed to bolt directly to the bottom of the MDT stocks (and some Savage) with supplied bolts. There must be a mounting SLOT in the bottom. Two rider options are available – the V and ELR. The ELR base is .850” wide. The ‘Bag Selection’ page goes over the lower rider differences. This Patent Pending ABR provides rock solid stability, straight tracking and vertical adjustment like the other ABRs.

The Adjustable Bag Riders are CNC machined from USA made 6061 Alum, Anodized Class II Black and weighs 12-14 oz. If you do not have an MDT rear stock this slot in the bottom the ABR will not fit. There are four mounting holes providing the options to cover stock variations – select the two mounting holes farthest from each other. A 5/32 hex wrench will be needed. The ABR has about .95” of travel for the short dowel and 1.48” for the long dowel. Older models’ stocks without the slot will need machining to mount the 1/4” bolts.

History of the Adjustable Bag Rider

Long Shot Precision LLC was formed in 2019 to bring the radical new designs of Dave Pobutkiewicz to the world of long-range shooting.

Dave has over twenty years of experience in fabrication and tool and die.  He has been hunting and shooting from a very young age.  His passion and focus drive him to perfection in all sports and hobbies of interest.

The world of long-range shooting had a glaring gap. Everyone knows that precision shooting requires significant stability. That usually means bulky bench rests and sleds that systematically take the shooter out of the process of shooting. Not satisfied with the status quo, Dave’s vision went in a whole new direction when he designed the patent pending Adjustable Bag Rider.

Dave’s goal was to create a vertical adjustment tool that was light weight.  At the same time a tool that could easily be installed with existing clamps and bolts to the Ruger Precision Rifle. He began working on a prototype that lacked some functionality but proved the ABR would work. The addition of linear bearings to the second prototype nailed the design. After two competitions he ranked Master. Dave is currently ranked High Master and has only used a bipod and an ABR in all competitions.

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