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Shooters Ridge Deluxe Shooting Bench Fully Adjustable 40897

 
Shooters Ridge
40897
076683408976
35080
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The Deluxe Shooting Bench comes complete with a shooting yoke and spotting scope arm to provide the most complete bench on the market. The vertically adjustable gun yoke allows for a 20 degree shot swing that offers 35 yards of coverage if shooting at a distance of 100 yards. Spotting scope mount swings in for viewing while providing tight elevation and windage adjustment. This bench features a vertical and forward adjustable seat to accommodate a variety of shooter sizes, and easily collapses for lightweight portability.

Specifications and Features:
Spotting scope mount provides elevation and windage adjustment
Spotter arm swings in and out of position providing space
Vertical and forward adjustable seat
Lightweight and portable for easy transportation
Removable gun yoke is vertically adjustable
Gun yoke rest arm will swing 20 degrees providing 35 yards of coverage at 100 yards

 
Total number of Reviews: 1

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3.0 5
"I wanted this bench because of the built in scope mount. Once I got the bench together it was not very stable. Like all the reviews I\uFFFDve read on other \"portable benches\" this one wobbled a little at the front connections. However, I don't think there is a portable bench out there that is rock solid. If you want rock solid you will probably have to give up portability which is what I did with this bench. I used wedges of wood in the 2 front folding mechanisms to make them solid. However, now the bench will no longer fold up. My portability is separating the front and rear halves and putting them in my truck for transport to the range. Bottom line, if you want rock solid this is not the right bench."
– Rick Williams