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DIY Mobile Shooting Rest

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by d900man, Feb 17, 2014.

  1. d900man

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    So after attending the Shooting Show this weekend I saw one product that stood out to me as an awesome product. It was the Ezfield shooting sticks.

    Well after making my original DIY shooting stick I decided to make my own version of the Ezfield mobile shooting rest.

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    Now shirt and trousers are not my shooting attire but I finished the build when I got home from work.

    The rest is great as I no longer have to carry my gun (with DIY NV) and shooting sticks which can be a pain.

    This setup also allows me to have one hand free and takes nearly all the wait of my gun.

    Let me know what you guys think.
     
  2. SteveO

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    That looks interesting Ben, got some photos of the rig laid out so we can see it?
     
  3. d900man

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    I'll get some taken now.
     
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    That looks ideal. It would really help my son for hunting trips. He has a weak side because of cerebral palsy and struggles to keep the rifles steady with shooting sticks and needs to lie down and shoot with a bipod, which is not ideal in wet weather
     
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    Clever idea and when used with night vision no body will see how silly id feel wearing it. Not knocking it though after carrying my Hw100/ns200 combo for few hours the other night my arms certainly knew about it :confuzed:
     
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    Here are some pics of the parts and how they go together

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    Thanks. It really helps with taking steady shooting. I find shooting stick hard to hold still.
     
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    I do feel a tit wearing it lol
     
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    I do have to say that the pro version of this from Ezfield.co.uk is superb. And is really worth the £70.

    But I'm a cheap skate so thought I'd build my own lol
     
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    Looks good Ben, Do you have some cymbals, a drum and a harmonica?
     
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    There an added extra lol
     
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    If you can't shoot the bunnies could scare them to death with noise and singing! :D
     
  13. d900man

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    Lmfao. If you heard my singing you'd be right.
     
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    hello, no i think you have done well, mind you that hunters jacket looks a great buy with rifle rest too, £90 i can feel a trip to bank coming soon ha ha
     
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    If it does the job then all credit to you , I like making my own stuff when I can :D

    Great job
     
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    Thanks mate.
     
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    well on seeing this thread i proceeded to look at the Ezfield web site and thought that looks some good gear and particular the hunter jacket in woodland camo not quite so interested in the rifle rest but hey it might come in handy. so on the same day as this was put on i sent them an email through with my questions eg sizes length etc as would be good for trouting to, but so far no reply, anyone else contact them??????? oh i did same with the LT1 pellet lube thread and they not reply either:rolleyes:
     

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