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    Rifle stand / holder for vehicle?

    What do you guys use to hold your rifle for quick access when driving around your shoots?
    I was thinking that some sort of clamp on the passenger side mounted on the dash that would hold a rifle vertically with the butt in the foot well would be useful.
    Does anyone have any recommendations?

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    I have spent ages looking for something that would do the trick and as yet haven't found anything. I settled for reclining the passenger seat fully and leaving the rifle on there. Works well when your on your own.
    I can speak in-depth and with great knowledge about most subjects until some bugger who actually knows what he is speaking about opens his gob .

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    I have a range rover P38 and rest the rifle on the wing mirror with the butt tucked in the door, works great unless its pouring down
    Ray

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    I have been leaning the rifle on the seat but it doesn't feel secure enough.
    I have just found the Quick Fist gun clamp online below:

    http://www.quickfistclamps.co.uk/product/quick-fist-gun-clamp/


    It looks like just the ticket but maybe there are other options available?

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    Do you mean something like this Gewehrhalter für Geländewagen - Kfz-Zubehör - Ausrüstung - Jagd Online Shop - Frankonia.de

    It should be possible to fabricate something similar that will suit your vehicle. I've seen similar racks that will take two or three firearms.
    Last edited by 8x57; 06-08-2016 at 20:56.
    It's the calibre of the shooter that counts not the calibre of the rifle.

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    Leant against passenger seat, with the seatbelt on! Nice and secure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 8x57 View Post
    Do you mean something like this Gewehrhalter für Geländewagen - Kfz-Zubehör - Ausrüstung - Jagd Online Shop - Frankonia.de

    It should be possible to fabricate something similar that will suit your vehicle. I've seen similar racks that will take two or three firearms.
    That looks pretty good, thanks.

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    I dont have any photos, but some ex-military Landrovers have a pair of spring clamps on the bulkhead behind the seats. OK for a Landrover, but would require serious efforts to fit on a normal vehicle.

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    I use a homemade rack for transporting,holds up to four guns, if shooting from the truck off the wing mirror I sling it off the outside of the door when opening gates etcClick image for larger version. 

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    I'm as guilty as everybody with my aversion to drilling holes in the door.
    But it would make things so much easier to bolt a couple shelf brackets on the side.
    Shooting transport is just a pause in the journey to the scrap man, so it aint going to harm the final value

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