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Inventive Technologies Magnum rifle rest

Postby Kdog » Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:25 pm

Got this Inventive Technologies Magnum rifle rest for a Bday gift from my wife and kids.
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It is solidly made of steel and is easily adjustable for elevation.The forend and buttend of the rifle are held into a rubber yoke and is very stable and secure,and wont mar the finish of your rifles.The front yoke adjust to the forend of your rifle so its a firm secure fit no matter what your rifle is.

I tested it out at the range with my Thompson Center Encore .50 muzzleloader and i shot the best 3 shot group ever with it.3 shots one hole at 100 yds.Its very easy to use and basically only thing you have to do is pull the trigger.The cost of this was $90.Here is a few more pics

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Postby SP » Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:29 pm

Kdog,
Thats nice. That would be a perfect gun rest/vice to use , to sight in a scope.. Ive been looking to get one. But I dont have a good shooting table.. What do you reccommend?

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Postby Kdog » Thu Nov 23, 2006 7:50 pm

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As far as a shooting table i made one,,,,that is very sturdy.Legs are made of 2"conduit that detatch for transporting,,,the top is made out of 3/4"wood fiber board glued and screwed together to be 1 1/2",i had this laying around the house.Works great,,,,heres a pic bud.If ya want more details i'll take more pics.

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Postby SP » Thu Nov 23, 2006 8:02 pm

Kdog wrote:SP,
As far as a shooting table i made one,,,,that is very sturdy.Legs are made of 2"conduit that detatch for transporting,,,the top is made out of 3/4"wood fiber board glued and screwed together to be 1 1/2",i had this laying around the house.Works great,,,,heres a pic bud.If ya want more details i'll take more pics.

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Cool Kdog, Ill have to look into building one for myself. Thanks..

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Postby DoctorFrankengun » Thu Nov 23, 2006 8:19 pm

That is an excellent looking piece of equipment 8) Congratulations
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Postby r5nick » Fri Nov 24, 2006 7:43 am

thats a wicked peice of kit mate,

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Postby blk822 » Fri Nov 24, 2006 8:24 am

My girlfreind got me a table for my Bday .rest built in. It's a fold up model. Works really well and is very stable.

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Postby r5nick » Fri Nov 24, 2006 8:45 am

looks a beast!


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