Missing man formation prairie style

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  1. Randall Hardy

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  2. Randall Hardy

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    One of our guys retired and took a job before shooting with us this year. We sent him this as a joke.
     
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  4. Randall Hardy

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    You have a great idea, only issue for me is when i take bench apart it fits in the box on my quad. But your idea would be far more comfortable
     
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    The back rest can be taken off by removing 2 bolts with an allen wrench. And if needed you could use wing nuts for seat attachment.
     
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    hmmm, I may have to take a trip to walmart, thanks for the heads up
     
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    also take note of the hightech bottle holder,,
     
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    Yeah, their plastic handle on the lockdown bolt (for locking down the bench top) came loose. So I welded a "T" on the end of the bolt. Then Mr Majestic asked me where the cup holder was when I posted a previous photo of the bench. And the rest is history. :)

    The hook for hanging the binoculars is there because I've knocked them off the bench on more than one occasion. Too much excitement, I guess. ;)
     
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  12. Randall Hardy

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    Thank you, don't have to spend much time worring about bullets leaving the range.

    Its in South Dakota, east of badlands
     
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    Thanks for the idea Nomad47. This got me to thinking and looking and I found out my extra seat I have for my Tracker Pro 165 that is nice and wide and has a nice padded seat back has attachment holes that line up with those swivel bases on those types of chairs you used. Going to have me a sweet chair that swivels on my stable table very soon now.
     
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    One of our shooters did the same thing a couple years back with a boat seat, he was very comfortable. He was using a side by side that year so packing room wasn't an issue. Now with quads it gets more interesting, comfortable seat or cooler. As you can see we all chose the later. Haha
     

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