So have been planning on knocking up a high seat after getting a lot of activity on my ground.
So far I have done quite well ( I think so anyways )
I had a good sized aluminium ladder for free (Off of Swisher44 on here) he is also a top bloke and took me out for a stalk aswell, cheers mate
I had a carrying trolley for free off one of the lad's down the market that he didn't need as it had a wheel missing.
I then actually had to buy some stuff lol ... I bought a rod of threaded bar for about £4 , some nuts and bolts and a drill bit for steel. All in it's cost me less than £10 easily. Here's what I have so far ...
This is the ladder turned upside down so as to test putting weight on the "seat"
I then added a wooden seat bolted through the steel plate to have more room to move around whilst getting into it. It's not a lot easier
After this I unbolted it and flipped it round the right way
HOWEVER - I now require some advice if possible .
1 - What is the best way to put a sort of mid level rest on it like you see on convention high seats ?
2 - What's the best stuff to paint an aluminium ladder and powder coated trolley with so it blend's into woodland's ?
Regards - Lloyd