Legacy Shooting Benches

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  1. wloudamy

    wloudamy Official LRH Sponsor

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    The most portable, stable shooting bench.
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    Legacy benches provide a very stable platform, adjustable aluminum legs, and many other features. American made. A family-owned business.

    RH $439, Ambidextrous $465

    LegacyShootingProducts.com
     
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  2. wloudamy

    wloudamy Official LRH Sponsor

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    CNC machines sockets and legs prove a solid lock-up. These are installed flush to bottom surface of bench for a compact design. (No protruding hardware.)


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  3. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    Here's mine on a hot May afternoon trying to do some load development with the .300 Ackley. It was so hot and humid out in the open (sun was directly overhead) that I had to rig up an umbrella over the gun in an attempt to keep the rifle cool...Didn't work very well, so I eventually had to give up for the day.

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  4. Hatrick

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    Nice cup!
     
  5. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    Not their biggest fan after their comments on the shootings, but I paid good money for it, so I damn-sure ain't going to waste it.
     
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    Hatrick Well-Known Member

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    Found ours at Wal Mart. Ozark brand $9.
     
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    yobuck Well-Known Member

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    Be leary of those who always have a cup in their hand.
    At least till your sure of whats in it, lol.
     
  9. MudRunner2005

    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    No, it's a Yeti. I only use the Yeti brand cups. Not that I care what brand it is, but because they offer so many different features, accessories, and replacement parts for them, like the new mag-slider lids that keep the opening closed off when not in use. I have found that helps hold ice and keeps unwanted stuff out of your drink.
     
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    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    I've always got one of my yeti cups in my hand pretty much anytime I'm awake. Always sipping on something, whether it's water, powerade, or something a bit stronger after the work day is done... ;)
     
  11. Tidus56

    Tidus56 Well-Known Member

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    Love my Legacy bench great way to go.
     

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