Submitted By: John Beck
Description: Shotgun Table
The white table: Called the "Shotgun Table". The table and base are formed completely from 14ga HR Steel (interior frame work is 2"x2" steel tube). After fabricating the tables are cleaned, sanded and painted with industrial finishes in a automotive style paint booth. After the paint has cured we take the tables to our secret shooting range and unload on the top using a Benelli 12ga and #4 steel shot. After shooting, the tables are cleaned up, sanded and sprayed with a clear top coat.
Wood top table: This is something that I don't get into often but considering I was given a ton of 100 year old boards (20' long) from my sister-in-laws Ladue remodel I thought I'd make something fun. The table is 45" wide x 120" long. The boards were stained black and the base painted white and distressed. The base is made from 2"x2" steel tube. Both tables are on display at HD Buttercup in Los Angeles, CA.