James, I see the plastic rest and I have a similar MTM version. I have noticed a significant difference in impact point if I allow the grip to rest on the rubber liner vs. keeping some flesh under it.I had decided flesh under the grip would be more like field conditions when hunting so I shoot that way. Just wondering if you have similar experiences and what your or anyone's thoughts are on this? I have seen Whit using a wooden brace with sandbag but was unsure about how the grip frame is supported off the bench. Picture looks like a fun day!
First Handgun Deer: ~1982 8" S&W .38Spl
SW 686 4" with Matchdot II
SBHH .45LC 7.5"
Contender G2 .35-30/30 (Bellm), .22LR, .22 Hornet