Rugged Buddy Sawhorse Legs
"The Strongest Tubular Steel Sawhorse Made & The Only Sawhorse with a Patented Leg Locking System"
With these rugged, customized sawhorse legs from Target Precision, you can easily tailor a quality sawhorse to your specifications. Just supply the wood -- a two-by-anything will work -- and you'll have a sawhorse that supports over 1,000 pounds, yet weighs only 12 pounds. The legs are built of rugged 1-1/4-inch diameter tubular steel with powdercoat finish, and capped with non-slip, non-scratching rubber tips. Open, they lock solidly in place; folded, they are compact for storage. These legs are sold in pairs (one pair makes one sawhorse) and they're made in the USA.Wood is not included.
A pair of rugged, customized sawhorse legs
Supports over 1,000 pounds, yet weighs only 12 pounds
Legs constructed of 1-1/4-inch diameter steel tubing; legs lock solidly in place when opened
Legs capped with non-slip, non-scratch rubber tips
Legs weigh 12 pounds; 34-inches long
Build a Shooting Bench Using Rugged Buddy Sawhorse Legs
Shooting Bench can cost anywhere from $75-$500. In this video by Clemdog, he explains step by step on how to build a strong, affordable, portable and durable shooting bench.
Clemdog's Guide to Building A Shooting Bench:
Start with a 3/4″ plywood panel, available at Home Depot or other lumber yards for about $15. Pay a few bucks more for a birch or other nice veneer, it will look fantastic if you varnish the table. The panels come 48″ x 24″.
You will also need some wood glue, and about 15 #10 wood screws, about 1-1/4″ long. Check out my video on how to build the bench using a set of folding Rugged Buddy 34″ sawhorse legs.
At the end of his video, Clemdog offers some sound advice: “Don’t buy a crappy bench, or spend hundreds of dollars on a bench. Build your own. It will be a fun project and it will last you for years.” For more info, visit Clemdog’s personal webpage, which also hosts a series of reloading videos.