Easily moved table for the shooting range

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    Easily moved table for the shooting range

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    I had been needing a easily moved range table for years and when it was raining a couple of weeks ago, I spent quality time in the shop and built this. It uses scrap tubing out of my "spare parts repository" and I only had to buy one 2x8 CCA treated board. I used 2 old lawn mower wheels for the front and put a pivot on a piece of 1" tubing where you can swing 2 handles up in the rear and "wheelbarrow" it up and down the range. It will stand the weather fine. I built it with only a right hand angle, but today we mounted a couple of scopes and my wrong handed friend (left handed) just turned the table to the right angle. The stool is sucker rod, washers on bottom and is a cultivator seat off of a Minneapolis Moline implement and it swivels 360.
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    I love it. How much does it weigh and how easy is it to transport?

    That's far more elaborate than my range table:
    Mainstays 5' Fold-In-Half Table, Plastic Top Folding Table, Lightweight Folding Table

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    With the wood top, it weighs close to 100 pounds, but it is easy to roll with the front wheels and handles. It should be loadable in a pickup in case I need to take it to the other range where we have backstops out to 600 yds. The galvanized tubing is.084 so is fairly light. I am on my way to the farm to use it right now.

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