Field Tested: MTM High-Low Shooting Table

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posted on September 6, 2017
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Some of the best shooting to be found is out in rough terrain. I can think of dozens of times it would have been exceptionally handy to have access to a flat, sturdy surface to work from. Unfortunately, the majority of portable shooting benches are like folding tables that, while easy to transport, the legs require a fairly flat piece of ground. 

MTM Case-Gard, best known for its wide variety of sturdy polymer ammunition boxes, has successfully tackled the rough terrain problem with the new High-Low Shooting Table. The rugged engineering-grade polypropylene table top is 17” x 33”and provides enough space to support a rifle or handgun rest along with tools and ammunition. It also makes a useful resting place for spotting scopes or a workspace for emergency repairs and cleaning.

What really separates this table from the competition is the heavy-duty steel tripod. Each of the three legs is fully adjustable and operates separately from the others. This allows for table heights ranging from 18” all the way up to a tall 55” standing position on uneven ground or even angled surfaces, like a hillside. Each of the spiked feet has a ledge that can be stepped on to drive them down between stones or into soft earth to secure the table. The High-Low Shooting Table’s top and tripod separate for storage with an adjustable carry strap attached to the tripod for easy transport. MSRP: $139.99




 

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