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Deben Pro Bench Question?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by neiled, Sep 17, 2014.

  1. neiled

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    I've recently bought the Deben Pro Bench and think it's a great bit of kit with my only grumble about it being the ‘Y’ shaped rests. When my rifles are placed in them there's nothing to hold them secure and the butt slips and slides about so how do you, that also have this bench secure your rifles?

    Is there some sort of gel that I could add so that the rifles butt moulds to fit and doesn't slip?

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    I know exactly what you mean. The best resolve that I have found, is to get two very large elastic bands. Proper heavy duty one's. I got mine from off the 'bay'. I then connected them together by simply looping them together. Once the gun is in the position that you want it, simply strap the bands over the gun and loop off around the adjustable feet. The good thing about using bands, is that you do not have to go over the barrel. You can pass them underneath and around the air supply on most rifles. Works a treat, and it wont move an inch. Cheers KB1
     
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    Thanks KB1.............I'll try and ambush the postie this morning and nick a few of his Royal Mail special red 'laccy bands (elastic bands to you Southern softies) ;)
     
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    Thanks Ken..........they're exactly the kind of things I was thinking of, boy I love this forum :D
     
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    There is a plastic material which comes as granules which you drop into hot/boiling water and then it can be moulded to whatever shape you like and it holds that shape when it cools. It can be re-moulded as often as you like. As far as I can remember it's called 'polymorph' and would probably be the most suitable for what you are talking about.
    Wrap some tape/clingfilm etc around the part of the rifle stock that you want to seat into the rest, stick a blob of the soft material onto the Y part and then press the rifle down into it and you should have a 100% snug fit. There are people selling it on ebay.
     
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    I was having the same prob thanks for this info I think I will go down the clamp route
     
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    Retort clamp, bloody good shout :up:
     
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    For anyone going to get a retort clamp just be warned that the stem may be smaller than the original bar that is fitted, if so you can slide a piece of copper pipe over it to make it thicker.
     
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    Thanks for the info mate
     

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