portable shooting bench options?

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  1. Bigeclipse

    Bigeclipse Well-Known Member

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  2. MudRunner2005

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    Legacy Shooting Products! Contact Wade Loudamy.

    https://legacyshootingproducts.com/.../legacy-rh-shooting-bench?variant=30826419843

    I got my Legacy bench back in 2017 (I think?), and it's been phenomenal. I got the right-handed bench with all 4 adjustable legs. It's the sturdiest portable bench I've ever used. I like to set mine up where you can sit on one of those swivel-top 5-gallon bucket dove stools, or a portable metal folding chair, and it works perfectly.

    They're pricey, but it's built to last!
     
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    This is exactly what I'm looking for but yeah that is a high price but not too bad. Thanks!
     
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    MudRunner2005 Well-Known Member

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    Wade is a member on here, as well, so you can contact him directly through this site, or give them a call and ask for him. Tell him I sent you.
     
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    Every once in a while they advertise specials on here!
     
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  6. Varmint Hunter

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    It's fairly easy to make a bench with a double 3/4 ply top and a set of legs from 1.5" pipe. I found three legs much easier to deal with on uneven ground than 4 legs. All of my legs are adjustable but I rarely need to adjust them when using a set of 3.
    Build your own and incorporate what ever features you like; grab handles, gun rests, leg mounts, etc.
     
  7. Garycrow

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    I built one of these and have been using it for years shooting prairie dogs.
     
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    The club I belong to has nice 2X6 tops with 4x4 legs all under roof.
    I'll get a picture..
     
  11. FEENIX

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    Ours are concrete but only the 50 and 200 are covered but the 300 and 1K yards are not at this time.

    http://gfssc.org/
     
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    LOL!!! Sheesh...hope everything she touched was over 18 years of age!!!:rolleyes:
     
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    I have the Stable Table (not lite) and it is a bit of a pig but pretty solid, Cabelas will occasionally put them on sale for +/- $170.
     
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  14. Nevmavrick

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    I use a Caldwell StableTable (not the Lite) but it looks to me that the DOA would be almost as good. The DOA appears to be a bit more complex, not to mention, expensive.
    I got mine through Sportsman's Warehouse.