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Old 06-17-2012, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Here is a raw version of a gun stand I put together this week...the holes have rubber around them to protect the barrel- lexan. Awe plate that. An be cut into a variety of patterns. Let me know what you think:

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Looks great
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That is nice and very simple. Looks like any marker can be used with this. AWESOME work.

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I am thinking of marketing them....what do you think you would pay for one if it was in its finished state minus being epoxied (it being supplied in a 2 ton mix tube dispenser)
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I would like to test one out for free
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what holds the base?
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Old 06-17-2012, 11:36 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I am thinking of marketing them....what do you think you would pay for one if it was in its finished state minus being epoxied (it being supplied in a 2 ton mix tube dispenser)
Personally I like it the way it is. Simple. I would epoxy a solid piece in the PVC tube and then screw in the base with counter sunk screws in the bottom of the base. Maybe helicoil them in. A little hydrographing would make them look real nice.

If you want me to review it let me know. I'll add it to the others I'll be releasing in about two weeks.

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Old 06-18-2012, 10:17 PM   #8 (permalink)
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The lexan is what the tube is attached to using a 2 ton epoxy mix (I have about 100 packages of the stuff). I got a craving for waves so I broke out the powerhouse bench grinder. I really think with a bigger base they could hold a gun and a tank but it would have to be a peanut. Ill post a shot with it painted and the base left clear when the weather permits...stupid rain sets me back on this project again.
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Forget the paint have that sucker hydrographed I know it would be expensive maybe, but flames would make it look real cool

However leaving the base white is a great idea. Let the customer choose what color they want when they paint it themselves. Cuts cost and lowers cost at the same time

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Old 06-20-2012, 12:12 AM   #10 (permalink)
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If you fill the pipe below the opening with like sand/lead shot you could propbably get away with either a smaller diameter/smaller base.
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