SEB Threaded Feet

Discussion in 'Gear Talk: What to Buy? and Gear Evaluations' started by linekin, Jan 23, 2018.

  1. linekin

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    My rest is in storage so I can't get the dimensions of the threaded legs on my original Seb rest. I'd like to replace the one that someone has shortened. Any help appreciated.
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  2. JimPag

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    Keith. Sebastian made 2 different lengths of legs for your rest. The first one is just a hair short of 2&1/2" the other is a hair over 4". I bought a set of the shorter ones from Ernie Bishop out of WY. Give Ernie a call at 307-257-7431.
     
  3. linekin

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    Jim, do you know the diameter & thread pitch? I’m going to make my own.
     
  4. JimPag

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    It's the same as the short ones that you have only longer.
     
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    My rests have metric threads.
    M10x1.5 (coarse) on the old/original SEB rest.
    M12x1.75 (coarse) on the NEO/MAX/Mini.

    seb
     
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    Thank you!
    Keith
     
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  7. Jayson

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    which ones are more popular? long or short? Thx
     
  8. JimPag

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    I have owned 5 of Sebastian's original Coax rests and all but one came with the shorter legs.
     
  9. Jayson

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    Jim which ones do you prefer?
     
  10. JimPag

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    The shorter ones most of the time. I took the longer ones with me when I went down to shoot at Ashe County, NC and it was a good thing that I did. It was the 1st time shooting there and the range goes up hill. The original Seb Coax doesn't have the up travel that the NEO has. I had it adjusted all the way up and I had to have the long legs all the way up for the most part. If I had brought the short legs, I couldn't have gotten enough height. I know now that if I ever shoot at that range the Seb Coax stays home.
     
  11. Jayson

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    thx very much Jim
     
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    Which club is that.. the only one that i have ever shot at, there was the 300 yard walk up at the Watauga Gun Club in Boone NC
     
  13. JimPag

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    Ashe County Wildlife Club, Laurel Springs. ET Weaver is the match Director at that club. It's at the top of a mountain. Jerry Powers leveled it. He did it with his own equipment. I forget how may tens of thousands of yards of gravel that he moved but it was a massive undertaking.
     
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