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Gun rack

Discussion in 'Tips and Tricks' started by shightower, Jun 12, 2014.

  1. shightower

    shightower New Member

    I wish that I could post a picture. I have read a few threads about a gun rack mount. I got a piece of 1/2 inch square tubing. Cut it the correct length. Held the square tubing up ( along the head rest mounts) marking where to drill holes. Drilled the holes in the square tubing. Placed tubing back along head rest mounts. Marked the holes in the head rest mounts, drilled the holes. Then mounted the tubing on head rest mounts with bolts and nuts. At this point I used the tubing to mount your basic Academy ATV gun rack.
     
  2. shightower

    shightower New Member

    Update! This will not work for long rifles. It will work for ar, ak, etc.
     
  3. jacob23

    jacob23 New Member

    The security of gun is most important to avoid any incident. For this purpose there is need of ultra rugged Tactical Weapons Racks.
     
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2014
  4. EddieJoe

    EddieJoe New Member

    I am not a kind of gun man but i still want to secure my gun under supreme safety and this is only possible where you place it under a proper place that is made for guns.
     
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2015
  5. guso

    guso New Member

    Its easy to fix your prob l have 2 cushmans 2 ways 2 fix 1 is a78 ford ranger or pinto igniter& coil other is84_89 toyota truck igniter & coil
     
  6. guso

    guso New Member

    Ford igniter and coil combo is made by mitsubishi very simple 1 hot wire in 2 to coil 2 go 2 dist pickup same color wires great spark /no gov! .i am parting out 1 if anyone needs parts.
     
  7. guso

    guso New Member

    Sorry wrong sec posting for cushmamhelp section
     

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