Shooting Stand – I have always wanted one of these.

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    DLFant
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    Thoes are the a really cool Ted  I had the same idea last summer.  I had some extra time on my hands so i made something simular 


    It rotates 360 is bushed so it turns easy but it cam locks when you set down and is very solid.  I use it in the back yard  but
     ,it also comes apart in 3 pcs. and can be set up in less than a minunte. I set up in my truck and go shoot Parrie dogs with it pretty often. 
    I added the removable top for shade there are times it really helps knock the glare. 

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    mikes
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    @17bullet:  go to 
    Portercalls.com.    You may need to search for “portable shooting bench”  You will see how the legs are attached.  It required welding./ mike

    p.s. you might have to go to Google and type in “portercalls portable shooting bench”…. It should be the first thing that shows up at the top.
     

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    Killzone
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    Hi Mike – nice table. I can’t tell how the legs work. Do they telescope and then have fine adjustment at the ends.  – KZ

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    mikes
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    KZ:
     the stool has a telescoping adjustment for height as well as fine adjustment on the feet.  The bench legs only have adjustments on the feet.  The amount of adjustment on the bench legs  depends upon length of bolts used.  Hope this makes sense.// mike
     

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    Hotbrass
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    An old man a few miles up the road used to build a table like yours Ted. A friend and I bought one each. Seat rotates, table swings.

    Short story. I was at a dairy on a spring morning after a good rain. Backed the truck in under the big metal canopies and unloaded the table with my back to the stacked bales of hay. Squirrels were watching me, as I was only 20 yards away. The baby ground squirrels moved in the tall grass and the adults walked about and ate hay. I set up the table and shot to sight in the Career 707 II .22 rifle. The noise did not bother the ground squirrels. Once sighted in I turned around to face the ground squirrels that were ignoring me. I shot the closest ones first, and kept shooting for an hour with breaks in between loadings. In all I killed over 75 ground squirrels young and old that morning because I did not alarm them with my earlier shooting. That table played a great part as I was not moving around as one would when walking/stalking.

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    Biagio26
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    The Brits have something I like a lot.

    They call it an Air Gun Shooting Chair.

    Nice and portable

    Biagio

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