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I have two of these vehicle gun racks.
Single long gun rack uses what looks to be a handcuff key asking 200 obo
Double long gun rack uses a standard looking key which I do not have. Asking 250 obo
Both are wired for a timer release, I do have one timer that I could throw in.
2 Condition Zero Rackbones. Basically new. Only mounted for a short period of time. Instructions and hardware included. Will sale both for 180 or I will sell single for 100. These mount in any vehicle behind the driver or passenger seat. Great for transporting rifles, hunting, or the outdoors.
So, I ran into the gentlemen I've done business with for years now on land and leases. We bought our present property and acreage from him and I continue to lease a commercial facility for my office/workshop. He is not a "gun guy", though owns a couple full-size revolvers and a number of...
I searched some similar threads but didn't really see a nailed own answer to my question. I am a CHL holder and I carry every day. Got the down. However, I'm thinking about keeping some more 'power' nearby, such as keeping my AR in the trunk or back seat when I travel. I do a lot of...