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    Hey guys Iíve got an AR Iím wanting to wall mount inside my closet. Iíve got a space along the top half of the wall where itís out of reach of the kids and I want it to be easily accessible if I need it. Iíve looked online a bunch and the closest thing I can find for a vertical mount thatís not locked is a plastic thing that slides in the mag well. Iím wanting to have it loaded, chambered, and ready to go so all I have to do is snatch it off the wall and rock and roll. Anybody know of any good products out there?

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    Hornady RAPiD wall safe for long guns.

    It would be foolish to not have a loaded weapon locked. All the kids need is a chair or stool and there is potential for a tragedy. Or a burglary and your weapon is gone


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  4. Quote Originally Posted by GGB View Post
    Hornady RAPiD wall safe for long guns.

    It would be foolish to not have a loaded weapon locked. All the kids need is a chair or stool and there is potential for a tragedy. Or a burglary and your weapon is gone


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    Itís the best option Iíve seen so far, however I still donít care for it for 2 reasons...one of the ARís that I will want to put on there has the Nikon M223 2-8x32 scope on it. It doesnít look like the opening for the optic is big enough for that scope. The second reason is it is held by the bolt opening, so you essentially can only store it with the bolt back. I want something I can have the mag in and a round chambered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    Itís the best option Iíve seen so far, however I still donít care for it for 2 reasons...one of the ARís that I will want to put on there has the Nikon M223 2-8x32 scope on it. It doesnít look like the opening for the optic is big enough for that scope. The second reason is it is held by the bolt opening, so you essentially can only store it with the bolt back. I want something I can have the mag in and a round chambered.
    How bout this. Without the punisher mask of course Wall mount for AR?-img_1536.jpg


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    Quote Originally Posted by GGB View Post
    How bout this. Without the punisher mask of course Wall mount for AR?-img_1536.jpg


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    Wall mount for AR?-img_1537.jpg



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  7. Quote Originally Posted by GGB View Post
    How bout this. Without the punisher mask of course Wall mount for AR?-img_1536.jpg


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    My issue with that is less the design (I actually like the punisher skull and flag) and more with the orientation and size. The space I have is not much bigger than the rifle itself, so I was looking for something relatively small.

    I guess in my mind I picture a wall mount version of what you see in patrol cars where they mount shotguns and ARís. Something with a small ledge at the bottom for the buttstock to rest and some type of strap or bracket a little higher up to hold it against the wall from tipping. Something very simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    My issue with that is less the design (I actually like the punisher skull and flag) and more with the orientation and size. The space I have is not much bigger than the rifle itself, so I was looking for something relatively small.

    I guess in my mind I picture a wall mount version of what you see in patrol cars where they mount shotguns and ARís. Something with a small ledge at the bottom for the buttstock to rest and some type of strap or bracket a little higher up to hold it against the wall from tipping. Something very simple.
    Gotcha. Iíll keep an eye out. Maybe have to modify something yourself


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  9. Quote Originally Posted by GGB View Post
    Gotcha. Iíll keep an eye out. Maybe have to modify something yourself


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    Yeah I thought about it and honestly it wouldnít be very difficult. Build a small ledge out of a 2x6 and hollow out a slot for the buttstock and then make something to wrap around to hold it into the wall. When I started looking into it I just thought it would be easier to find with the growing AR market. As easy as it would be too build, time is more scarce than money right now so my best option right now is to try and buy something.

    And to address an issue that was stated above. I have 2 rifles that will both be alternating between this mount. Both are fairly standard, the only difference being one has the Nikon M223 2-8x32 scope and the other has an Aimpoint PRO. The mount will only be utilized during night time hours. Both rifles go with me to work every day, and when I get home, both come into the house and go into my large gun safe until bed time when I bring one out and leave it in the room with us. My oldest is just now old enough to get out of his bed and wander at night (though he hasnít yet, I donít want his first time being the time he wanders into the bedroom and grabs my rifle). So thatís why Iím not concerned about it being locked. Itís only for quick access at night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    Yeah I thought about it and honestly it wouldnít be very difficult. Build a small ledge out of a 2x6 and hollow out a slot for the buttstock and then make something to wrap around to hold it into the wall. When I started looking into it I just thought it would be easier to find with the growing AR market. As easy as it would be too build, time is more scarce than money right now so my best option right now is to try and buy something.

    And to address an issue that was stated above. I have 2 rifles that will both be alternating between this mount. Both are fairly standard, the only difference being one has the Nikon M223 2-8x32 scope and the other has an Aimpoint PRO. The mount will only be utilized during night time hours. Both rifles go with me to work every day, and when I get home, both come into the house and go into my large gun safe until bed time when I bring one out and leave it in the room with us. My oldest is just now old enough to get out of his bed and wander at night (though he hasnít yet, I donít want his first time being the time he wanders into the bedroom and grabs my rifle). So thatís why Iím not concerned about it being locked. Itís only for quick access at night.
    I saw this on amazon. Itís for the ceiling of a vehicle but could easily mount to a wall
    Wall mount for AR?-img_1538.jpg


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  11. Quote Originally Posted by AndeyHall View Post
    Yeah I thought about it and honestly it wouldnít be very difficult. Build a small ledge out of a 2x6 and hollow out a slot for the buttstock and then make something to wrap around to hold it into the wall. When I started looking into it I just thought it would be easier to find with the growing AR market. As easy as it would be too build, time is more scarce than money right now so my best option right now is to try and buy something.

    And to address an issue that was stated above. I have 2 rifles that will both be alternating between this mount. Both are fairly standard, the only difference being one has the Nikon M223 2-8x32 scope and the other has an Aimpoint PRO. The mount will only be utilized during night time hours. Both rifles go with me to work every day, and when I get home, both come into the house and go into my large gun safe until bed time when I bring one out and leave it in the room with us. My oldest is just now old enough to get out of his bed and wander at night (though he hasnít yet, I donít want his first time being the time he wanders into the bedroom and grabs my rifle). So thatís why Iím not concerned about it being locked. Itís only for quick access at night.
    Wall mount for AR?-img_1539.jpg



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