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Most of you have zeen my range, and the windo i shoot out of some times.

I ordered a D.O.A shooting bench.

https://www.doashootingbench.com/benches/

They had a web deal on demo benches. I went around town and sat in cadwell, cabela's, bass pro, and green top benches. I wasnt to impressed with any of the mass market units


I wanted something portable and robust for my area and range.

I thought of building one, but was advised against it by my wife. I would tinker with it for a year getting it perfect, and she has other work for me.

So what are you all using?
 
Posts: 5434 | Location: Virginia | Registered: December 23, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have a Stuckys Sturdy shooting bench.

It’s expensive and heavy, but portable and as solid as any range bench I’ve used.




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That is a nice looking table.
 
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I have a pair of ARMOR shooting benches from Helena MT. Unfortunately, no longer manufactured.

Solid , stable and easily transported. But sadly the quality materials made them a bit expensive.

The Stuckys benches are very nice.
 
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ummm, I use a card table with folding legs. I know, I'm a dork.
 
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MTM High Low Shooters Table. Very portable and adaptable.
MTM is HQed in my old home town!


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I have a Big Game bench. I really like it. Swivels, sturdy, and easily transported in two pieces.

Portable Bench
 
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At my dad's we use a BIG, heavy rolling lab cabinet with locking rollers and a formica top. Wheel it out of the garage, lock and shoot, roll it back in the garage. If it's raining or snowing, shoot from inside, as it's all suppressed anyway. Big Grin




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The D.O.A. bench arrived today. Spent the better part of the afternoon shooting from ir.
Set up and takedown is about 3-4 minutes.
 
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