Zombie Apocalypse: i dont know why people would give this a thumbs down. it came out really
Troy Meredith: Very usefull and detailed video thanks for sharing.Troy.
Jimmy Dee: Well done video and a very nice looking rifle rest. I also like the looks
of the AR that you have there also. What brand and caliber is it? Keep up
the good work!
5153flash: He said I bought some special pint!! (paint) That gives it a crinkle
effect ,,cracked and weather appeal!! But really he pinted it with the
wrong paint ,,that didnt mesh with each other.
sabresierra: GREAT JOB , MANY THANKS FOR YOUR HARD WORK
mark phillips: Great video well put together any more like this?
Kirk Goodman: Right proper job mate, I've been thinking about making 1, but I think I'll
make mine a bit bigger & put rails around the base to hold cleaning
supplies, tools, etc. Thanks for sharing.
jimmy avery: Could u build me one send it to me plz I have a Stevens 320 shoutgun pump
am not very good at building stuff like that
M Singh: Good Job
David Moore: good job but did you actually go through all that work for a pellet gun
rest? Seems a bit unneccesary
Diaz-FSX: 2:29 DUDE !!!!!!!!!!!!
your hand is so straight !!!!!!
RobWhittlestone: Nice job! Thanks for sharing. Best regards, Rov
Blatta77: One can make spacers for the rear support, of plastic lid / masonite in
wide & length of support with holes. As the bottom plate is of two pieces.
makes 2 large hole to the wing nut will fit in. so you have room for
Kurt Pittner: Very good definitely need to be adjustable heights which is easily done and
rather than three drill holes I'd a routed a slot so you could slide the
rear stand backwards and forwards for easier adjustment but very good build
and a handy stand to have
Norman Bell: great video, thanks
MOHAMAD AL Ajmi: it's really enjoying video. thank you
Curtiss Kittyhawk: Only proves that the US and the UK are two people separated by a common
language. Good tutorial btw.
Mark G: Well done!
AirGunWarriors: Not quite what there is to dislike about this video, looks like a lot of
work went to making this video designed to help others. Anyhow, Thanks for
the AWESOME and very DETAILED DIY Video! Happy/Safe Shooting!:)
Stan G: Great, detailed set of instructions. Nice job, thanks for sharing.
Jack Hardman: Good idea MrSnapper1d I'll try that
Notlaw47: Mr. James I appreciate the precise yet casual way you tutor this project.
You also managed to do so with no obnoxious foreground "music", for which I
applaud you. I look forward to building and using the D-I-Y Rest. FL,
Jacob Friett: Epic
MrSnapper1d: Here is a suggestion for you.Thread two holes on the front where you put
the two rubber rest on the bottom.Then use some all thread rod to screw
through for the front to sit on instead of the rubber rest and you could
attach those rubber rest to those rods.Then use those rods to raise or
lower the front by screwing them up or down.Your shooting rest is real good
and would be a class A rest with those adjustment rods.
iasi13: Great work sir, thank You
Jose Carlos Cespedes: me ha convencido el tio vere si puedo hacer uno para mi rifle pcp
Eric the Half a Bee: Good work David, your fabrication is nearly as good as your shooting :-)
JOSE ARTURO GIL BELTRAN: Gracias, ideal para seriar las miras y practica del tiro.
ashley williams: look good
howtodothings100: To make it stronger. Watch for a bit longer.
lankeypete101: Great video,
ShedPlaysGames: Nice video
Robbie Walker: Another great video!
shoptime69: Yeah I thought that was pretty impressive too... LOL
mauriciobbarros: Thank you very much, it helped me a lot. Congrats!
mresurm: You use your fingers as a brace against the side of the piece you are
marking. You can also get accurate measurements without a ruler/tape
measure with practice.
Yamaan Alshamma: is that good for spring air rifles
Daniel Park: Holy crap, that´s a lot of work. But really looks neet. Cheers!
kablooy1: Looks nice. I think I'll try making one for my AR-15. I'm going to have to
make some kind of elevation adjustment though. Adjustable feet or modular
parts of different lengths that you can just replace with screws might work.
DIMITAR359: You and just do it Too much plot, and can simply be painted. looks good
mark stanford: CRAP
AirgunTV: Where's the fun in that, though?!!! ;)
shoptime69: Yes you could, as I did but having cool stuff you made yourself is pretty
cool if you ask me.
Chainman1957: Good one David, as well as being a good shot your a carpenter as well.
smithy2k13: where do i get the paint from bud
RiggsMakaveli: I wonder is their anything you can't do?
dwilki1174: Great video, I'm from county Antrim too, funny to read these comments,
Americans really don't know accents bai lol
scorpio613349: Hi David great video and great skills - i managed to follow your guide
perfectly and I have now made my own and tbh for £4.80 they look minted.
the only difference being is that i have used wood dowels at the front of
mine, so that i can remove the wood easily ,and make adjustments
accordingly. thank you!!
TheMaddogjake: Brilliant video and well described..nice one.
algor65: It is the bike that my father bought in 1977 (production year is 1975 or
1976, I think).
I wouldn' sell it, or only if I need the money. Mikk Games - TeamMG: 666.111 wached this 666.... 6.. 6.. 6.. GERALT .: I want to buy from you in the U.S. stock and bring to the Polish. do you
think that I will have any problem? fereshteh goolsorkh: thank you herrscher wc: Knicks are weak af against crafty guards like Wall, Irving etc. Alessio Annecchini: mi serve un consiglio visto che la ram è strapiena nn riesco a
come dovrei farlo?! Rickugg: Not enough info. too much music. Were they 15 years old.