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Advice How to mount my rifle on this

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by M5AFX, May 23, 2015.

  1. M5AFX

    M5AFX Donator

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    ok well i would like to take my rifle out into the field while i work around the pond (clearing brush at the moment)
    problem is i dont want it damaged,

    So does anyone know a way to mount the rifle securely to the quad ? are there mounts available ?

    something like a padded slip would be ideal i think or a mountable hard slip if there is such a thing

    Anyway any advice or links would be most welcome

    The quad
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    gasman It tasted like chicken

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    Thats why i love this forum,

    just what i needed and plenty to look at :D thanks Mark
     
  4. M5AFX

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    Today my mounts came from the USA and i have to say im impressed with them ...
    i love em they are secure and hold the rifle tight and all covered in rubber and i would recommend them to anyone with a Quad

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    there are rubber straps to pull over the rifle but i find its not necessary to use them unless your going to race across the fields.
    Got a rabbit today and reaching the rifle was easy and fast :up:

    thanks again for the link Mark..good man !!!!
     
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    100% buying these for the farm! Are they reasonably quick release?! Ie lamping in the fields?!
     
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    sidney Keyboard Hero

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    I'm guessing that anyone who wanted something similar, but much cheaper, could possibly use (and modify) a couple of guitar wall hangers.
     
  9. M5AFX

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    maybe but i would be careful when riding on rough ground ie farm field as the rifle may jump out and these have soft rubber fingers inside the mounts that hold the rifle tight like these ,

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    I suppose they could be made as you say but i just like to be sure my rifle is safe and sound and for the price and ease of installation i like these strong rugged mounts :D
     
    Last edited: Jun 8, 2015

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