Shooting in the field from whatever you can scrape together is, in a word, hard. Some of the shooters I respect most are those that can put together a stable shooting platform anywhere, anytime, anyhow. There are a variety of tools to help aid in this like bipods, shooting sticks, tripods, and the humble backpack. One of the items being shown off at the 2017 SHOT Show was Eberlestock’s Rapid Acquisition Shooting Rest (RASR)
The RASR is a thin piece of aluminum with a moveable shuttle that can be locked in place with a large thumbscrew. One one end, clip your bipod on to create a large, stable taildragger looking mechanism. Place your rifle in the included cradle, and get to adjusting and shooting. For a much better demo, check out the video below.
The RASR ships with three extension rods that allow it be used in kneeling and sitting positions to clear tall grass. At 14 oz, it takes up very little room in the pack and won’t weigh you down too much. MSRP is $129.