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Gun Racks!!

I'm an avid hunter and my bronco is looking more and more like MY truck each day. I saw an 80's bronco the other day with a gun rack in the rear drivers side window!! I need that....because. I'd like to see some pics and or hear about what type or model gun racks yawl have installed in your FSBs.
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No gun rack, but I keep the back seat folded all the way up, so I can slide a rifle in between, or between the back and front seats. I can keep a pistol tucked in each rear map pouch of each seat cover and they stay snug against the folded up rear seat. I also keep a small axe tucked in the gap where the seat back pivots, bit down, so there's no chance of injury, but it is easy to get at.
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No gun rack, but I keep the back seat folded all the way up, so I can slide a rifle in between, or between the back and front seats. I can keep a pistol tucked in each rear map pouch of each seat cover and they stay snug against the folded up rear seat. I also keep a small axe tucked in the gap where the seat back pivots, bit down, so there's no chance of injury, but it is easy to get at.
I do fold up the rear seat but using it as a long gun case is a great idea.
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I do fold up the rear seat but using it as a long gun case is a great idea.
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Thanks for bringing this up Lee, I was thinking about asking the same thing. I was wondering if anyone had a roof-mounted rifle rack. Edit: I'm talking inside the cab roof-mounted.

That sounds like a good idea dewd, I'm gonna check it out, thanks.
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That sounds like a good idea dewd, I'm gonna check it out, thanks.
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I've got an ole San Angelo rack in my hunting rig.

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I had a gun rack I found mounted behind a ranger seat mounted to my tailgate. Replaced 4 screws in the access panel and used slightly beefier screws to mount the rack using exhisting holes.
Yea, they were visible, extra long guns didn't fit, but acessable with the window down, or when the gatewas open.
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No gun rack, but I keep the back seat folded all the way up, so I can slide a rifle in between, or between the back and front seats.
I just thought, in Ohio, a long gun has to be unloaded in a case or in plain sight with the action open. So I can store one in that space, but it would have to be in a case for me.
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Check post #58 for another idea:

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I meant to post this sooner for you but the one on the bottom of the page of this link is what I use

Sport Racks Big Sky Racks

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