The best way to improve your shooting accuracy is to practice, and the best way to practice is with a rest. Whether you are slinging lead downrange at a club, at deer camp, or on the back forty, a commercial rest will limit the variables that affect accuracy. Stabilizing baseline elevation and windage with a rest allows you to focus on the weapon, the round, and the technique you are trying to hone. With a rest, you can confidently and quickly acquire the target, manage your trigger pull, and reduce flinching from repeated recoil. One of these types of rests will cover just about any type of shooting you want to do.