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Another fine job!

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by roofcutter1, Oct 20, 2011.

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  1. roofcutter1

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    Too the top for Keith Koozman! He is as honest as the day is long, does a perfect job, and for the money, you can't find a better rack!! Keith, it was a pleasure! Bob M........
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    What's for sale??? How much?
     
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    I'll take the Lab...

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    Go to koozrack@gmail.com for pricing and samples, lots to chose from! Sorry Doc. my best friend's not for sale!!!Bob M.......
     
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    The "Shadow knows"


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    The Shadow does know, I just can't figure it out!
     
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    I miss mine terribly; what is his/her name?

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    Doc, his name is Remington, Remi for short! What was yours? Here is one I kinda like. Bob M..
     
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    My problem with almost all gunracks is that they are not designed with Monte-Carlo stocks or the new ultra-high rib guns in mind. The board just behind and above the one on which the butt rests does not allow these guns to be securely seated in the rack. This board has the effect of "pushing" the butt of the base off the rack. This is a problem easily solved in the design phase as I have done in the racks I have made for my personal use, but I have never seen it done anyplace else. When I go to a shoot I am forced to place the butt of my gun on the ground in front of the rack with the barrel in the barrel slot at the top. Usually I just avoid using the racks altogether.
     
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    My daughters 3 are smith, wesson and glock remmington is the cat
    oh yeah nice looking rack
     
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