First Look: MTM CaseGARD Rifle Rest

A stable platform for when precision really matters.

posted on March 30, 2023
Mtm Rifle Rest

MTM Case-Gard, known for its wide array of polymer based shooting accessories such as ammunition cases for handloaders or containers is now releasing a new rifle shooting rest called The Bull. 

The Bull rifle rest is similar to MTM Case-Gard’s other shooting rest, the K-Zone. This new rifle rest can accommodate both traditionally configured fully stocked rifles and shotguns or firearms with tactical style furniture. A rest like The Bull is very useful for a variety of administrative shooting tasks requiring a high level of precision such as zeroing a new optic on a long gun or evaluating the performance of a given type of ammunition from a specific gun. The length of The Bull’s frame is adjustable between 18.3 and 26 inches, allowing it to accommodate a range of firearms. Rubber pads at the front and the rear of the shooting rest can “grab” most long gun furniture easily and provide enough play to keep them stable while shooting. The raising or lowering of the muzzle can be done confidently via a front mounted screw yoke tower that subtly shifts the angle of the long gun’s muzzle. 

Shooting benches which are commonly found at most gun ranges with rifle lines are the ideal type of surface to shoot off of when using The Bull. The bottom of the rest has four non-slip rubber feet located on each corner of the frame. The Bull is only available in grey polymer, and all non slip rubber inserts are colored black. Its lightweight polymer construction also makes it easy and convenient to transport to and from the rifle range. 

The Bull Rifle Shooting Rest is designed and manufactured in the United States of America. It retails for $43 and is now available for sale. For more information on this shooting rest or other MTM Case-Gard products, please visit their website at


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