Q: What kind of stool do you recommend?

A: We've seen shooters shoot impressive scores sitting on a folding chair or a 5-gallon bucket.  However, we prefer an adjustable stool to allow quick adjustments when different shooters share the bench. There are many options available at your local "box stores" very inexpensively.

Q: What is the weight of your bench?

A: The RH or LH benches weigh between 35-37# including the legs. The ambidextrous bench weighs 39-42#.  The carry handle on all the benches is center of mass and makes carrying this bench quite comfortable.  

Q: How do you achieve the relative light weight of the bench when it is so thick (2.5")? 

A: These benches are CNC machined for precision. The internal pieces are designed with cut outs precisely engineered to lighten the bench without sacrificing strength. 

Q: What are the dimensions of the bench? 

A: The RH/LH unites is 46.5" long, 28" wide, 16" at the rear portion of the bench and 2.5" thick.  The ambi' is 31.5” wide x 46.5" long and 13" wide at the rear portion.  

Q: How tall is the bench?

A: With the fixed legs, the bench height is 33" and with all four legs adjustable unit, this can vary from 29" to 35".

Q: What is the black coating on the  of the bench?

A: We use DuPont bed liner for a textured, non-skid and extremely durable finish. This keeps the front rest from moving during use.  If it becomes scarred or damaged with use, the owner can easily re-coat it.

Q: Is the black coating durable enough to use the points on my front rest?

A: Like your dad said, “It depends.”  How heavy is your rest?  How much recoil transfers to the points?  How sharp are your points? Etc, etc  Remember, this is a wood bench and the bed liner is maybe 1/32” to 1/16” thick. I personally used mine with points for a couple years with no problem but I recently upgraded to a SEB NEO and purchased the self-leveling feet that attach to the legs. That is a rock-solid set up and ensures the integrity of my bench.