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    Overhead Tactical Gun Rack

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    Good tool.

    MeatChicken considers that concealed carry of a long gun doesn't allow it.
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    I like it, although I'm a CHEAP BASTARD and would make it myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    I like it, although I'm a CHEAP BASTARD and would make it myself.
    I already did Deebo. I built an over head gun rack in my Yamaha Rhino to hold my Remington 11/87 20 gauge. I use it to shoot the evening's meal of Blue or Ruffed grouse when I'm Elk hunting. Too much plastic on the rack in that video...and it's relying on more plastic to hold it up. One serious bump/hole while off roading and you'd have a 20+ lb. headache. I wouldn't trust it.

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    Brings back memories of my old 2 door '73 Chevrolet Cheyenne and the Gun Rack in the back window. It always held a thick piece of oak that I had carved into a "walking stick" or"head knocker" (depending on the circumstance) and every so often a single shot 22 or a shotgun! My High School never said anything about either! Times have done changed...

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    I'd like the kit for my jeep, no drilling involved.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BucketBack View Post
    Good tool.

    MeatChicken considers that concealed carry of a long gun doesn't allow it.
    I carried a riot gun in the trunk of my cabbie car when I drove in Charlotte, and that was back in 1988, and it was illegal to do. But I done it. Now I am not here to ruin the character of anyone, so I will just advise that we obey the laws. A .44 Magnum is about all that you need in a the cab, or maybe a .357 Magnum.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deebo View Post
    I like it, although I'm a CHEAP BASTARD and would make it myself.
    I am a cheap bastard myself, so I fully understand what you are saying there. But my fence looks twice as bad as this one, and though my spirit is willing, my mind is weak and mushy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shootbrownelk View Post
    I already did Deebo. I built an over head gun rack in my Yamaha Rhino to hold my Remington 11/87 20 gauge. I use it to shoot the evening's meal of Blue or Ruffed grouse when I'm Elk hunting. Too much plastic on the rack in that video...and it's relying on more plastic to hold it up. One serious bump/hole while off roading and you'd have a 20+ lb. headache. I wouldn't trust it.
    Very good points: because plastic is a time bomb, just waiting to go off, and break. That is undeniable, and it always better to use the strongest metal that can be used. Plastic ages and breaks into pieces, no matter how tough it is.

    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    Brings back memories of my old 2 door '73 Chevrolet Cheyenne and the Gun Rack in the back window. It always held a thick piece of oak that I had carved into a "walking stick" or"head knocker" (depending on the circumstance) and every so often a single shot 22 or a shotgun! My High School never said anything about either! Times have done changed...
    I have a couple of aluminum rods with me, which make very fine head/arm/shinbone breakers. I take them with me just about everywhere now; I never know when I will need one. See my post about buying a Shrade Sharpfinger.
    It is the same general way of thinking, I got it as a weapon.

    Quote Originally Posted by juskom95 View Post
    I'd like the kit for my jeep, no drilling involved.
    I like it cause I am lazy, and about 73.2456% as smart as a normal person. I can't explain how often, I just don't know where I am or what I am doing. So, easy-to-do is good for me.
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