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    edosan
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    Not my idea, but I found it very useful for benchrest and I decided to share it, and cheap (about US$20 + -) just google for lab lifter. No need to get bag riders and stuff like that (more weight), and far more precise IMO.

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    Skip-in-WV
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    Is the small scissor jack fro Caldwell too?

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    wooyadeen
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    Is it moving? How stable is it?

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    Orchidman
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    Great idea! thank you

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    biohazardman
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    Why didn't you post this a few weeks earlier?  Looks like a great idea but I already did this   https://www.airgunnation.com/topic/another-mod-for-the-fx-impact/    a few weeks back. Still I may get one anyway as it is not connected and can be used on anything.

     

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    JCD
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    I use one of these. I grabbed the cheapest (with a full width scissors thing) I could find on amazon. There are versions with 2/3 width scissor/lifters that are a couple buck cheaper. Works great when I have the room. Even my bullpups hang off the back the table I usually shoot from. That's my fault, I just don't always have the room to support the rear. I'll toss up a pic of the setup (if no one else does)  but it won't be until tomorrow at best. Is it stable? Yes(ish) depends on expectations…. I certainly wouldn't lean my weight on the rifle and nothing will stop it from moving left/right if not locked down but it's usually more stable than just shouldering the gun with  from a front bipod,

     

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    edosan
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    Today I tested, love it! Is a keeper and I will use it in next Benchrest tournaments.

    Bag rider out, lab lifter in

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    blkbagger
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    Great idea, I ordered the "wine red" aluminum one early today after reading this post, I like it… Seen the idea elsewhere too… No more 2×4 or blocks of wood under my Protektor bag…

    Ken

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    tsp3355
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    Great idea!   Thanks for posting.  I just ordered a 4×4 Aluminum one rated for up to 10KG load and some non-slip 4×4 adhesive furniture pads that I think will be perfect to keep it from moving around on the bench and should help keep the bag from sliding around on the top of it as well.

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    edosan
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    I love low tech, simple solutions … so simple that make you wonder, why I did not think about that earlier! jaja ;)

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