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New Rifle Rest

Discussion in 'Rifle Country' started by sako_75, Apr 4, 2006.

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  1. sako_75

    sako_75 Member

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    What are you guy using for a rifle rest? I just built a new one and I am going to give it a try this weekend. I'll let you know how it works. Still need to do some cleanup work on it and give it a coat of paint yet. I thought I should shoot off of it first, just in case I have to make some changesthough.
     

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  2. chestnut ridge

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    Very nice work there. I don't think it will break. Just don't drop
    it on your foot.
     
  3. azflyman

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    www.dog-gone-good.com

    You really won't find much better. I just have never been into the fully adjustable type. I just like to get the beast sighted in and it be stable as a stick while the process. The leather really grips the gun well.

    az
     
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    Crap - I just use a demin pantsleg filled with sand and closed at both ends. That's one serious looking piece of metalwork there - I'm impressed....
     
  5. dmftoy1

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    Much nicer than my bags filled with corncob media. :)

    I'd like to put one on my range, but I don't want to carry the damn thing back and forth and those are too pretty to leave outside.

    Have a good one,
    Dave
     
  6. nvshooter

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    Nice lookin' rest...
     
  7. AustDave

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    Geez that looks good to me! I just use a backpack with a jacket inside it.
    Are you a tool maker by trade or just a smarty pants?
    You can make me one any time you like.
     
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