nathanielpal: It's probably the most ghetto gun rest ever. But you are a freaking genius,
Great idea! Love it!
Boggit67: Thanks for this, the scissor jack is a great idea! I'm going to use one on
the adjustable zeroing rest I'm making. It has helped me out loads!
Luisfernando Herrera: exelente ayuda.good help.
scatpack68: Thanks for posting this! I just made my own version of this today with some
scrap treated lumber, spare hardware, and a jack from a junkyard that was
never used for $2. When I mounted the top block, I cut a large V with a
bandsaw and cut 2 pieces of old large radiator hose in half, flattened them
out and screwed them down from the top. Made a nice stable perch that won't
scratch the barrel. I also cut 1X1 legs to screw onto the end grain for
front to back stability.
thePCP Hunter: Excellent video good job mate
82HEADCASE: i made a home made rest with scrap 2" box and a jack it works better than
any one u will buy have a look at it it may give you idea regards
dwilby62010: I have to admit, very unique and cheap way to make a rest. Wish I had
thought of the idea... .
1998TMaN1998: need to take the bag out and leave the rice so it dont crinkle up when the
gun is moved around on it
GunsKnivesSurvival: @jor64ge I'm glad this helps. Good luck and take care.
GunsKnivesSurvival: @Bassman018 I did. I managed to delete a bunch of videos on accident. I'm
re-uploading some vids now.
GunsKnivesSurvival: Thank you!
Matthew McKenna: Didnt you already post this video?
slender baby: dont forget asians :D
Ashoka Priyadarshana: its really nice idea .and you can improve it .good luck..
Jorge S.: Great idea man!! i'm gonna build me one rigth now!......Thanks for the
GunsKnivesSurvival: @SuperTimmythetooth lol
anestis1971: I will be making one of these. I state in my video's "If I can make it, I
am not going to buy it!" This falls right in there. Thanks for posting this
SuperTimmythetooth: You got that rice from Aldi's.
nrgsmrt1: AMERICAN CREATIVITY AT ITS BEST.
zigsinclair: yes good point..
URanInTheUglyForest: Gloves and saws are a big no no. The blade can grab the glove and pull your
hand into the blade. My friend made that mistake and lost 2 fingers a few
months back. It was not from a lack of skill or experience.
ThatDudeSirraj: Yep... about to make one :)
GunsKnivesSurvival: @Boggit67 Hey thanks! I'm glad this helped!
GunsKnivesSurvival: I won't do that any more. I'm glad you guys pointed this out. It makes
breid1966: Excellent video! It gave me great ideas on what I was looking to buy or
make. Thanks for your time (and I love the disclosure at the end).
GunsKnivesSurvival: Thank you! I hope this helps.
dwilby62010: I couldn't agree more!!!! Before I saw this comment, I was thinking Holy
SH*T, is he using gloves with the table saw???
Shrimps: Thanks man, I appreciate the feedback. The reason I was able to get sales is because I offer rare shrimps for sale. Not many other online place is willing to take the risk at shipping high priced shrimps. That is my way of earning online.