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Display Stand

Discussion in 'Gun Gallery' started by telephonepete, Jul 4, 2019.

  1. telephonepete

    telephonepete Donator

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    Morning. This is as much about the stand as the TX. Not cheap from ebay £10.99. But it does the job and you hardly know its there. I want another now. upload_2019-7-4_8-55-26.jpeg
     
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    Is that the one I sent the link for?
    How's it managing the weight of the tx?
    Does it seem like it won't break easy?

    I was thinking of getting one or two myself but was waiting to see if they were any good.
     
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    Yes thats the one. if there is a problem with it its that the cut outs are not big enough to accomodate the stock of the tx. Its not a problem unless you wanted to display a gun permanently on it as my tx is just perched on the top. Perfectly ok for pics and a 99 would probably be fine although i,ve not tried it yet. If the maker reads this perhaps a bigger cut out? I will buy another no problem and its very very sturdy. Nicely made article.
     
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    it looks good :up: couldnt you widen the slots so it fits the rifle? i reckon you could with a dremmel and some sand paper
     
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    Easily but its crystal clear even the edges and i think it might not look as good after. its not really a problem. I probably will do it when the novelty has worn off.
     
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    Lovely TX mate! Here’s mine! [​IMG]
     
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    Lucky b****r a cs700 in top wood will surely follow my latest. Tell you what Ive had an idea I know you will go for this. Ill swap you your 45 and my stock for either of those stocks. Now you cant say no to that can you?
     
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    mikeyhall1 2018 Forum Nice Guy - Pepe Le Pew

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    A floating TX :)
     
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    Very nice indeed, They are cracking.

    Regards.
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    That crossed my mind mikey.
     
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    Lovely :up::up::up:
     
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    Do you have a link for the stand Pete! I love your TX!
     
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    Dont know how. I just got on ebay and searched perspex rifle display stands.
     
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    Looking good :thumb:
     
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    SeanE Insert whitty comment here.

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    think if you open the slots up and keep it level it wont be high enough as the but pad is already on the table, just an observation, looks great.
     
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    Well
    You can have it mate the stock that is and the hw45 for either of those stocks.
     
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    Yes you are correct and it rests well as it is.
     
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    Lefties though mate, sorry
     
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    I like that Pete, shows off the rifle nicely. :up:
     
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    Enough to make you try and change.:D
     
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