The 4 legged chain drive table does not move in a wind even when you extend the large diameter legs to shoot "Standing up."
I've used many types of tables but, I have to admit, NONE as good as the unit made by my hunting partner, Jim Berfield. He is putting together two of them for LR hunters as of this writing and just sold two.
The chain drive set up is tops for staying on an animal. yes, you can haul it on a 4 wheeler.
The 338/416 in the pic is not pushed up all the way. It is in a return to battery plate I have on the top of the chain drive set up. You can see a built in sandbag on the rear and there is one on the front that any rifle can rest in when I'm not using my return to battery set up.
It is VERY sturdy. If the second pic makes it, the table builder and my hunting friend is standing there in his coveralls.
[ 02-01-2002: Message edited by: Darryl Cassel ]