Gatorproof: Hey pretty creative.
HOW to improve your basic craftsman skills.
A) never tighten one screw "all" the way tight. Tighten one screw a few
times then switch screws to draw down your ring evenly.
☆ you could have easily have cracked your scope.
B) always clean up the sharp edges of the holes you drill in metal. It will
be safer to handle without cutting yourself.
C) design wise, I suggest you close off the space between the camera and
the scope. How? Any type of plastic pipe or paper tube.
That way you will not be fighting glaring streaks of light messing with
your view screen, which means you can aquire your target more rapidly.
D) shoot from a rest when possible, which of course would have allowed you
to acquire and complete the shot on the bird on the fence, as opposed to
all the wiggling.
I give you a solid B+ for your design and construction.
David Geiger: Take a file to the sharp edges of the steel strap/plate, I use these for
various things and they will cut you on the edges and corners. Very good
design and video. Thanks.
Rosendo Moroyoqui: EXCELENTE MUY BUENO
Nawaf Alsaleh: Good joob 👍👍👍👍
EV GREER: NICE JOB ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, I WILL BE BUILDING ONE FOR EACH OF MY FAVORATE
Ruben Mancilla: I just mame my but i pant on black
Outdoorsman101: Where did you buy the part that attaches to the scope?