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More hillbilly woodworking: shootin sticks

Discussion in 'Gear Talk' started by adamsredlines, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. adamsredlines

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    1x2's, drilled for some neat hardware I found..."burned" it like I did my ammo shelf.
    about $5 invested, and works for my height. 23476522_1711494155562473_2132131290_n.jpg 23513334_1711496718895550_540209536_n.jpg
     
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    Nice! :drunk2:
     
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    Sweet!
     
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    You need to but some foam pistol grips on those sticks at the top so you can use them as walking sticks, Like ski poles then when you need them a quick connect in the center..... dual function.....hell some of us old bastards may order a pair from yuh
     
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    If I get a small drill press, these would be easy to crank out. I cant drill a straight hole with my Dewalt to save my life (believe me, I tried). I'm not sure on quick release hardware...I loctited this together so I dont have issues in the field. I bet I could do something like that if someone were really interested though (pin with cotter key on one side?)
     
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    I used barrel bolts for these sets (one for me, one for a buddy). They were the perfect length to have a small washer on both sides and a fender washer between the two sticks. They tighten up completely on the wood without crushing it at all. Pretty slick it worked out just right.

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    Good job!
     
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