Started by Adam Roby, February 19, 2022, 05:52:30 PM
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QuoteThe simplest and most efficient way to support a patio, tool shed or deck without needing to dig or pour concrete. Quick installation with a lever. Adjust the head to facilitate installation or add an extension to insert it deeper. Its steel structure, with a baked powder coating finish and its spiral disk ensure stability. This modern technology can be used in all types of terrain and resists ground movements (freezing, thawing). Supports a load up to 5 000 lb in sandy soil – 3 500 lb in clay soil. To be used with 4 in x 4 in square posts. Use with a Extension 24 inches for found a solid ground, and to be buried more than 42 in in the ground, below freezing depth. If necessary. Head adjustment can be adjusted up to 3 in. Offers long term protection since the wooden post is above ground level.
Quote from: Nate R on February 21, 2022, 01:48:53 PMFollowing....have similar thoughts of building one this year, but probably higher....but haven't decided yet how it's all going to work. I just want one that's freestanding in a better location than the current one, not attached to trees that sway, die, rot, etc.
Quote from: Adam Roby on February 24, 2022, 01:30:56 PMVery cool, it has a kind of antique look to it. Thanks for sharing.If I am counting right, looks between 10 and 12 feet high, is that about right? How do you feel about the height?The windows appear to be sliding, do you hunt with them open, or open for the shot?Are you using a heater inside?6x6 approx size?I love the lever action with open sights. I target practice with open sights at 50 yards at the range, but can barely make out the sheet of paper, let alone the orange bullseye. I don't think I would take a shot over 20 yards without worrying about missing some vitals.