Big Game Treestands Swivel-Action Shooting Bench
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- Versatile and well designed
- Steel construction
- Self-locking 360º rotation on both the padded top and seat
- Built-in shell pouches
Settle in comfortably and take your best shot with this versatile, well-designed shooter's base. Steel construction, self-locking 360º rotation on both the padded top and seat, and an infinitely adjustable, rubber-coated gunrest assure great shooting for anyone. Built-in shell pouches, too! Top: 29" x 29". Seat: 12" x 14" x 22"H; 2'' thick. Weight: 39 lbs.
Manufacturer model #: ARO3-B.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 13
Rated 4 out of 5 by libertynow Worth the price
Shooting bench works well in the field, had absolutely no problems in setting up or stability in the rolling foothills of Colorado shooting prairie dogs. The padded top is already tearing so it is the week point, but I thought it was a weak point when I purchased it.
December 20, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by NotLikingIt Gift from Wife
It was RUSTING around the edges right out of the box. The paint was scratched, marred and rubbed off in areas on almost all of the pieces. The mesh table-top is VERY badly warped, so when you rest your arms on it, the top moves down then back up with a loud pop noise.
It is not very portable at the measured 44.6 pounds (not the advertised 39 lbs!) and it's very, very awkward to carry.
BassPro shipped it to my house in the original box with no additional packing at all, which probably added to the overall poor shape of the parts. I would like to give Bass Pro Shipping Dept. One Star as well!
The gun-rest feature is worthless as it is too far forward to properly place a guns forearm on it. The mechanism to firm up the table-top wobble is over engineered, adds weight and is unnecessary because the entire bench wobbles and shakes.
December 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by TheOtherDuckDad Works for me.
I will be replacing the bolt for the seat with a suitable removable device, the seat is a royal pain in the butt when transporting, unless it is removed.
The plastic caps for the legs tend to come out. I will be drilling the legs so I can secure them with a bolt.
The gun rest is a nuisance, throw it away.
I reversed the location on the base for the bolts, opting instead to detach the legs for transport. I just pull out the snap pins. Much easier. You don't need a third arm to handle it anymore.
Works fine for shooting, once its setup, very comfortable and secure.
May 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by KimV Love it
It is perfect swivels for perfect set to shoot. Love it
February 11, 2013
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