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Custom Portable Folding Gun Racks For Sale

Hello everyone

My Pops and I started a new project, we started to build custom gun racks to bring to the range/desert, to avoid throwing everything around the tailgate or a table. It started off as an idea, and it worked, and we have had multiple people start to ask for them. We are about ready to make the plunge, and just commit to making a ton of these things, but we wanted to see if there was any interest in them first. I attached a few pics, and keep in mind, these are still a work in progress. They will basically feature the black plastic case, and will be made of wood with aluminum accents. You open the black plastic case, lift up the rack and the legs fold out and lock in place, drop the rack in the slots and secure, and you are ready to start loading it up. Features rifle slots and handgun slots as well.







The top and middle picture is the work in progress right now. The bottom picture is the first design that the current one is evolving from. Trying to make it quick and efficient. Due to the cost of materials and the labor, the price will be $550.

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any interest anywhere?

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That's amazing dude! I wish gun carrying was legal in Brazil...
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Neat idea but 550 is a crazy price if it gonna be based out of a cheap plastic gun case like that.


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Neat idea but 550 is a crazy price if it gonna be based out of a cheap plastic gun case like that.


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I hear you there, but the price is high because of time. I make these in batches, but making 1 or making 5 still takes about 3 days. I have sold quite a few, and some people have asked to see measurements and whatnot to build it themselves. Nobody has. This thing has been designed, redesigned, and redesigned some more to be tough and reliable. It might look cheap in the pictures, but the final design looks much better. I do not know about you, but when i go out to the desert or the range, I easily have $10,000+ in fire arms with me. If you want to throw them around the bed of your truck or stack them all over a table or lean them on the ground, that is up to you. I would rather spend 500 bucks to keep them protected and organized. It is actually a small investment to protect higher investments.

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