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Gun Racks

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by daddiooo, Jun 24, 2011.

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  1. daddiooo

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    I have a "Rugged Gear" rack in my cart and went to Home Depot and got some air conditioning pipe insulation (black & soft with adhesive) and covered the entire rack with it. Especially the bottom bracket where most stock damage seems to occur. Then took some black zip tie wraps and put three of them along the upright post just to make sure everthing stayed in place. Total cost not including the rack $3.19. Works well and have had numerous questions and inquiries from other shooters when they see it. I'd post a pic on here but don't know how.

    Really a nice cheap fix.

    Joe, thanks for your help pal!

    Dave
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  2. Joe Potosky

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    RE: I'd post a pic on here but don't know

    - Take photo.

    - Place photo on your hard drive.

    * Know the location of the photo (desk top, my photos, etc), as you will need to click on it in order to insert photo into your trapshooters.com posting.

    In your posting, click on Insert/Upload Image and follow the prompts.
     
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