The tripod design is more rigid and has fewer joints than folding-style benches and is appropriate for a wider variety of shooting conditions and disciplines. A T-knob in the base allows position adjustment of a single leg, aligning the tabletop so that it is parallel with the horizon. The central shaft, seat and tabletop are able to pivot around a center axis as a single unit while keeping the tabletop parallel to the horizon. This allows the user to make shots at any angle from a single setup - ideal for varmint hunting. The bench can easily be locked into a single shooting position if desired. The table top is made from molded plastic with a rigid metal under-frame. The top measures 34" x 23" and it includes holes that function as handles for easy transport or as holders for the included cleaning forks, as well as a perimeter rail that keeps ammunition from rolling off the bench top. The entire frame is made from welded steel. The padded seat adjusts from 16" to 22" and rotates in tandem with the tabletop or independently. The Stable Table breaks down into seven pieces and weighs a total of 60 pounds when assembled. The weight limit of the Stable Table is 275 pounds and doesn't include the weight of the shooting rest, firearm and accessories. Two cleaning forks are included.The left one is designed to be used with forends while the one on the right is designed for buttstocks .