Free Shooting Bench Design Plans


Free Shooting Bench Design Plans

Portable Shooting Bench – Fully Assembled

Who says nothing in life is FREE?  Well the plans for this practical and highly functional and cost effective shooting bench are totally free to www.RealitySurvival.Com readers!  This cool shooting bench was made from one single 4’x8’x3/4″ piece of plywood.  This particular shooting bench was cut out using a CNC machine, but it can also be made using basic wood working tools as well.  This portable shooting bench has a few advantages over other shooting benches.  First, this bench is cheap!  You can have a fully functional shooting bench for the cost of one sheet of plywood and a couple hours of labor!  Second, this portable shooting bench disassembles and stores completely flat.  Which makes it very easy to fit in a trunk or under other gear in a trucks bed, behind a seat, etc.  Third, the entire bench assembles in seconds and disassembles just as quickly!  Fourth, this portable shooting bench is rock solid when placed on level ground.  Fifth, this shooting bench is completely ambidextrous, it is perfect for either right hand or left hand shooters!  The downside to this shooting bench is that it doesn’t rotate like some other portable shooting benches.  That said, the bench is easy enough to pick up and turn to the desired direction and you also have a pretty wide field of fire just by rotating your rifle on the bench top.  Overall, at about a fifth of the price of other portable shooting benches this bench is one heck of deal if constructed as indicated in the plans below.  Take a look at the pictures of this bench in each phase of assembly and watch the video to see it assembled piece by piece.

Portable Shooting Bench – Assembly Video


Portable Shooting Bench – Free Design Plans Download



Shooting Bench – Dimensions


Shooting Bench – NO Dimensions


Shooting Bench – Trim Weight Ideas


 Shooting Bench Pictures In Stages Of Assembly

Portable Shooting Bench – Assembled


Shooting bench – top and seat removed


Portable Shooting Bench – Rear Cross Leg Removed


Shooting Bench – Fully Disassembled


Portable Shooting Bench – All Packed Up And Ready For The Range!


Do you have a great DIY project with design plans that you would like to share with our readers?  If so please let me know in the comments below!

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40 thoughts on “Free Shooting Bench Design Plans

  1. Somebody went through the effort of creating the CNC program. Presumably they made more than one. Who has them for sale?

  2. My benches are not like the one above but similar. Constructed of 3/4 inch plywood, go together in less than a minute, and break down the same. Easy to strore, easy to carry and transport. I make a number of different sizes to custom fit your shooting needs, style and accessories. Send me an email at and I will send pictures and prices.

  3. Very clever design and I have a friend with a CNC machine.
    The plans don’t have the cutouts that ‘lighten the load’. Do you have a .dwg file with those cutouts included or do I need to do that myself?

    Thanks a lot and
    Stay safe.

  4. I made one of these with just a jigsaw and a drill it turned out great don’t need a high dollar cnc machine to make. Going to make 2 more for friends

  5. I downloaded the file and took it to a workshop who cut it out with a waterjet CNC machine. Great finish and fitted together perfect. Thanks. Muz

  6. Just finished mine today. Super awesome! I used aluminum channel on the feet to protect them from chipping.
    If love to post a picture if it here. Thanks for the great plans. I found a local guy who was awesome and cut it out with his CNC for $20!
    Took the router to all the exposed edges. I stained it OD green and I can’t wait to use it.

  7. That’s slick!! Dude! Spend a few bucks on some good quality plywood, finish it nicely and enjoy the look, too. Very cool idea. I like the no-tools-needed part and that it stores flat. A good bag and boom, you’re set.

    And while your at it, the same techniques used to build this thing can be used to build a rifle rest that sets into the top with the same locking tabs. (Might want to use a couple screws on that, though…).
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  8. Awesome bench. Easy to make, sturdy,simple right or left hand assembly,flat storage,light, what more could you ask for.Even I can make this,lol. The project begins!! Thanks so much!

  9. I’m thinking that it could be made out of 3/4″ PVC or AZAK (or whatever it’s called) sheets, and then it would never rot or delaminate.

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  11. Are the shooting bench plans still free? I can only download dimensioned drawings and layout plan! No info files to send to the 2D router. If they are now a pay for deal, please enlighten me on how to proceed ☺️

  12. I made one of these shooting benches out of plywood using a jigsaw and a drill and some files it turned out great. I transferred the measurements to the plywood and for the large curved piece I used the round lid of a webber bbq I cut all the pieces out then filed, sanded, stained and varnished. I have used this bench several times and its great for sighting in. I hope this helps for someone planning to build one for themselves.

  13. Trying to download your plan for the shooting bench. Having problems with download. Please help

  14. I downloaded the plans and measured out for all the cuts on my plywood. The only dimension I can’t figure out is the large R12. How the heck do I figure out the reference point for the radius? Thanks!

  15. The link in the middle of the page just redirects me to another blog page every time I try to download the plans. I’ve tried on two different computers using google chrome and firefox browsers. I honestly don’t know what I could be doing wrong. Would an admin person have the ability to check the link again, or instruct us further on how to download the plans again, please?
    I really look forward to getting one of these benches put together.

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