DeathOn ThePrairie: good lord, spend 20 bucks and buy a decent bag. this is garbage
justliketolook: You can use a portable table top saw holder like ' Skil Portable Work
Station" for $50 and what it allows you to do is open the top up till your
block of wood fits into the opening, then you just tighten the built in
adjustment clamps against wood . they also make portable work benches like
the one I have that you put pegs in the holes on the adjustable table top
and tighten your block of wood on it. so your bench can be used for work or
a gun rest base .It folds and easy to take with you .
GunsKnivesSurvival: @TheCanadianKnifeGuru Thank you Sir!
Hutt Wigley: It is cool that you could adjust it to shoot from a standing position
though! That's some good versatility!
phantomshtter: LOL could have just rested it on the railing if you wanted to sit down. :P
ThexFatxMarathoner: Great ingenuity..... Wait a second, where the hell is the duct tape, it
isn't good engineering without duct tape =P
anestis1971: Only a suggestion, but maybe carry a couple of C clamps to secure it to the
bench. Awesome that you could stand and use it. I will be subscribing. You
have some good vids.
GunsKnivesSurvival: @Lookinformemarbles Thanks! I think I can still fine tune this a little.
GunsKnivesSurvival: @awomansworld123 Right on, let me know how that works out.
GunsKnivesSurvival: @ThexFatxMarathoner I knew I was forgetting something!
henrycems: Cool idea I like it I do have a bit of advice if you but those rubber feet
on like you see on furniture I would go with a little wider base board
maybe by about 2 inches I think it would be more stable because the jack
being heavy it looks a little top heavy in the video. Just a thought but it
is a cool idea I got to look around for an old jack thanks.
GunsKnivesSurvival: @henrycems Good point. I think i'm going to wait and see how it behaves
from a seated position, it should have a lower center of gravity. If it
still wobbles, I might go with the wider base. Thanks bud!
ThexFatxMarathoner: @GunsKnivesSurvival LOL man!
awomansworld123: LOL, nothing beats a fail but a try. This gives me a great idea on how to
make one for myself. I have an older 5inch tall camera tripod I no longer
use. It might just be a great substitute for a rifle rest with a pad on
top. We'll see.
Dalton Conaway: uummm.. the video said shooting a homemade gun not making a rifle rest
GunsKnivesSurvival: @anestis1971 Thanks, I appreciate it!
GunsKnivesSurvival: @huttwigley2 Thanks Hutt, I think it will work out fine with a few minor
Lookinformemarbles: always dig what people turn junk into!! thumbs up!!