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 Post subject: FT lane caddy.......
PostPosted: Wed Apr 02, 2008 7:09 pm 
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So after checking out the link that CJN added to this post:
http://www.airgunforum.ca/forum/viewtopic.php?t=19969

I figured - heck, that doesn't look like it would be too tough to build....so I did. I have a few odds and ends of sheet aluminum off-cuts, so I found some that were close to what I needed and went to work. I made a few "improvements" (IMO) to the one on the above website. This is the end result. I'll be adding a couple brackets to the right side of the caddy to hold my bipod.
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Nice work!...ohhh that HW97KL looks goooooood....... 8)


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Very cool. Canada's answer to Dick Otten's tote. A suggestion would be to make the rifle sit lower to bring the CG down, with a triangulation of less than and equalateral triangle. Something like ground clearance of two inches from the lowest point of the rifle would be more than enough. I have heard about tall carry-alls tipping over, but I have never heard of the ones from Alan Z tipping. The workmanship is top notch, as usual.

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Not only is it very pratical, it looks great.... Nice craftsmanship Suprmatic!... 8) 8) 8)

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