A pickup gun rack is a simple, inexpensive solution for hunters and other shooting sports enthusiasts who are looking to safely secure and transport most rifles and shotguns, as well as bows and fishing rods, while keeping them out of the way. These kinds of vehicle-mounted gun racks are well suited to satisfy most of the requirements regarding the safe transport and handling of firearms. They are also a practical addition to homes, lodges, and even hunting blinds. The wise hunter and/or hobbyist should always check with their local sheriff’s department to ensure that they are compliant with the ever increasing multitude of gun laws, which can vary from state to state, and municipality to municipality.
Mounting hardware which requires no drilling and allows the rack to be easily secured or removed for placement in another vehicle provides versatility for those who wish to lawfully display and transport their sporting firearms in several different vehicles. There is a style of pickup gun rack, as well as a configuration of mounting hardware, designed to fit almost any of the vast assortment of different rear and side vehicle windows in pickup trucks of all makes, models, and years. Most gun racks require no special tools and their installation is usually very simple.
There are also a number of adapters that allow almost any gun rack to fit almost any pickup truck window. Pickup gun racks also available in a variety of colors that will match most vehicle interiors, as well as camouflage for the dedicated hunter. A gun rack is also a great way customize your vehicle to express your love for our nation’s wilderness and the universal, primal traditions of hunting.
While a pickup gun rack is an excellent means of addressing the various legal issues surrounding the safe transport of rifles and shotguns, some municipalities frown on the open display of firearms or other valuable tools, in an unattended vehicle. Some states have made this practice illegal, as they consider it a enticement to thieves. Loaded firearms should not be transported in gun racks, since a bump or jolt could accidentally cause the weapon to go off and transporting loaded weapons in any vehicle is a violation of federal law.
Post time: 09-02-2017