Discussion in 'Main Message Board' started by Uthink Uknow, Feb 12, 2019.
Do you think there is a market for a powder measure bracket like this?
Can't see the bracket. Is the powder measure in front of it in the second pic?
The powder measure bracket is in the front left corner of the box, right in this photo, and partially obscured by the powder measure. I can take another photo with the bottle in place.
I doubt it , mine is 20 years old and made out of Oak in my Kennedy box. Short range guy guys are less and less all the time. ... jim
No doubt someone would buy it, but enough to make it profitable. I don't believe so.
go back to the drawing board, and come up with something else,,,like a Talisman,,,
I use a 3x6 pc of sycamore for my stand, and a 18inch tall pc for my long plastic drop tube,they might sell you never know
That bracket is a little more robust with it screwing into the box than the Sinclair one that I have that mounts on the corner. If you made and sold them yourself you could probably sell a few and may be worth your time but so few people load at the range these days. I'd probably buy one if they weren't too much but would prefer a design that doesn't require screwing into the box although I bet that makes it pretty solid.
Although I wouldn't have a need for it, what if it mounted via a "rare earth" magnet instead of a bolt?
I believe it,s a good idea....consider time,money and after thought of how/what you should have done...
I'm a little late to the party, but have to agree with the rest of the posters: the demand is just not there. Over the years a number of companies have offered powder measure brackets and stands. The Sinclair one was quite popular, but others sold well too. Most of the folks I compete with have made their own out of wood or metal.
Something I learned is, a great idea (or product) is not always a profitable one - or even worth the effort. Just make a couple for yourself and enjoy them. If someone sees one and wants it, then make them one for a decent price.
I have quite a few table mounted ones from various folks. The pma one is very nice
Here is a picture of my bracket “unmounted”. As you can see it much more compact and easily packed for the trip to the range.
to many parts.
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