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Just picked up a new overhead gun rack. I had to look around quite a bit, because I didn't like the design, nor the reviews of most. They typically rely on a spreader type design. That type of design causes a somewhat loose fit. I needed a more positive fit. So I went with the seizmic 07301

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The installation is straightforward, and easy. With hinged brackets that wrap around the roll bar

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The kit comes with rubber shims to accommodate the mule's  less than 2 inch roll bar. But I prefer to use Gaffers tape. That stuff sticks, and won't walk or let go.

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And the finished product. It's extremely solid. I could stand on top of this thing. And the guns are held very snug, in a no mar rubberized bracket. 

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That Looks great!

Have Gun, Will Travel ;) 

See many wild hogs up your way?

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Thanks, it was a fun project. And I highly recommend this rack to anyone who is looking for something like that. 

There's lots of feral hogs here. Along with a couple of other specific tasks. Killing a few of these hogs each year gets me a substantial tax deduction. 

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