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Unread 01-10-2013, 01:42 PM
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Re: shooting table

Here's one you can build yourself. Thicker the plywood, heavier the bench.

portable shooting bench plans
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    Unread 01-10-2013, 09:27 PM
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    Re: shooting table

    almost any solid device will suffice in supporting a gun as we all know.
    type of terrain plays a major roll in how we should select a shooting bench.
    for relativly flat terrain any of those shown would work at least fairly well.
    but for uneven/hilly terrain adjustable legs are a must.
    joels pictures dont do his justice in that regard.
    he was too focused on his damned gun when he took that.
    but look at the terrain under and in front of his bench.
    now picture any of the others sitting on that spot.
    also look at what the guns are sitting on.
    what angle would the other guns be pointing if they were sitting on that spot?
    what would need to be done in order to change that angle?
    how long would that take? say for example your gun was pointed at a mid
    elevation level on the opposite hillside. well you of coarse could have used
    a bipod which would have been better. but you'd be taking your eyes off the
    animal in order to make bipod leg adjustments. and or adding to or taking
    away rear bags. and possibly both.
    joel on the other hand simply winds his up or down without ever taking his
    eye away from the scope.
    now in the rare event, you failed to execute a perfect first round hit
    or even worse made a bad hit, what could happen? well its entirly possible
    the animal could be hobbeling down hill as fast as it could still go. and there
    you are doing what?
    want to know what joels doing? well he's still right on that animal waiting
    for an oppurtunity to shoot again right now
    and it was probably another miss
    for the record i never saw that bench or had anything to do with it.
    could it be improved upon? yeah it could, it could be more like mine.
    but its close, its close.
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    Unread 01-10-2013, 09:48 PM
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    [QUOTE=yobuck;745655]
    joels pictures dont do his justice in that regard.
    he was too focused on his damned gun when he took that.
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    Another guy busting my balls... I miss talking to you Ernie...Give me a call so we can catch up on the latest....

    I found a few better pictures where I was not focused on my rifle...
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    what the hell are all those trees doing standing in front of your bench like that?
    are we gonna hunt here or just take pictures?
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    Unread 01-11-2013, 08:57 AM
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    Quote:
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    what the hell are all those trees doing standing in front of your bench like that?
    are we gonna hunt here or just take pictures?
    There you go again...

    Same spot, just a different angle..
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