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Under $30 Homemade Shooting Table

Discussion in 'Shooting Chat' started by slas, Mar 25, 2017.

  1. psimp

    psimp Sharpshooter

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    These don't rotate AND am not promoting them, just like the ones I ordered and SHOULD have PM'ed swampratt... Love the table and wish I had the land to need one. :(
     
  2. swampratt

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    Ha dropped your rifle on the ground..please tell me this is not the first time.

    My rifles get hunted with and I have had then fly off the back of the 4 wheeler and tumble on hard ground..I fell down a creek embankment and stuffed mud in my barrel once.
    Sat in my first store bought tree stand a couple years ago.. comfy and had a rifle rest on it. My buddies deal.
    I was used to siting on a large branch. No lie.

    That rifle rest let go of my gun and it splatted 10 feet down onto the sandstone ground little bit of leaves to help the landing.

    Never lost Zero.
    It sucks but a bit funny at the same time.
    These tables and chairs liik great... I think I need a 5 gallon bucket to sit on.
    I made a small table with gas pipe legs that screw on.

    Height is wrong.. table too small and legs not set apart wide enough.

    I usually shoot off the top of my car.
     
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  3. vearl

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    Here is one that I made. Folds up for easy carry. Sturdy too. 25463668_1833307246679834_174603905_n.jpg
     
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  4. p238shooter

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    Vearl, where did you pick up the legs and supports?
     
  5. Jcann

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    Very nice. You might want to screw a 1x2 to the top of the table at the front so you can load the bipod if you shoot off of one.
     
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    Amazon. Type in Target Precision RB-H1028 Rugged Buddy 28-Inch Folding Sawhorse Legs
     
  7. Preacherman

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    I like your table so much that last night I picked up the same saw horse at harbor fright to build me one.
     
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  8. slas

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    Stick some pics up when you're done.
     
  9. okierider

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    You land helicopters on that when not shooting?? :cool:
     
  10. Preacherman

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    I started with the harbor freight saw horse but then decided that I'd just make my own. Each leg has 3.5" of adjustment for uneven surfaces.
     

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