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  1. #1
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    Varmint And Or Shooting Rig

    I have had some spare time on my hands lately due to the crappy economy.
    I have always wanted to come up with something to hall all my gear around and also have a rest that can be mobile as well.
    Here is what I came up with.

    Everything is made from aluminum to keep it as light as possible and also no rust.
    The drawer actually pulls out another two feet without the bench on, but as is, it is enough room to get guns and gear out. Comes with a rifle rack that holds four (4) rifles and compartments for my rest(s), spotting scope, stands, Chrony, ect.

    It is all removable with little effort.
    Anyway just wanted to share.

    Tim
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    Varmint rig

    Neat idea. Thanks for the pics.

    I live in Colorado and it's illegal to shoot from a vehicle or anything attached to a vehicle or use any part of a vehicle as a rest. Not like the good old days in South Dakota where we could take an old car out to a prairie dog town and one of us sit in the back seat facing one way and the other sitting in the front seat facing the other way and proceed to litter the floor of the car with a brick of .22 LR brass. Luckily someone filled me in on Colorado law before I got caught leaning across the hood of my pickup or using the side mirror as a rest. It's kind of hard shooting through grass from a bipod while prone. nhk

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    What a bunch of BS. Leave it to the "lawmakers" to come up with something like that.

    Tim

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    Quote Originally Posted by Signguy View Post
    What a bunch of BS. Leave it to the "lawmakers" to come up with something like that.

    Tim
    Yep...!


    FINE job Tim.... I likes!!!.... Getting ideas fer my pickup..

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