How To Make Your Own Shooting Table – Modified for Easy Transport
This video – part 2 of a previous one showing how to make your own shooting table – takes things to the next level. Now that you have your shooting table made, how do you carry it around in disassembled form, doing things like loading it in and out of a vehicle? With the weight and pieces of different shapes sliding back and forth, that can be an arduous task. But there is a simple solution. By placing 4 bolts through all the pieces (held with wing nuts), the entire table (disassembled and compact) can be easily picked up and moved around. This video shows you how.
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