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Decked Truck Bed Organizer For Transporting Long Guns

Discussion in 'Transport - 4x4 - Canoes etc' started by Dontkillbill, Oct 13, 2017.

  1. Dontkillbill

    Dontkillbill Tenderfoot

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    I just got this system and had 5 long guns to range with all my target supplies etc. I packed a few steel targets on top very cool the envy of the parking lot at the range.

    Check out the video of this cool gun/truck organiser. This system was pricey but its great to stay organised.


    [video=youtube_share;gFbmvNQijc4]https://youtu.be/gFbmvNQijc4[/video]
     
  2. santaman2000

    santaman2000 M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Nice! How watertight are they?
     
  3. Dontkillbill

    Dontkillbill Tenderfoot

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    Its pretty much water tight but not air tight. I can run it thorough a car wash and it stays dry. In fact all summer it stayed dry. If It gets foggy moisture could build up. This winter will be interesting.
     
  4. fenix

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    Very nice set up.
    I can just about squeeze my rifles in the boot of my rather boring hatchback (Kia Ceed). Toolbox, chairs, tables, etc all end up on the back seat. Then again when I started hunting I would cycle with dad down to the shoot, he would have my bike and carry the guns, I had the dog in the basket on the front of my mums bike.
     
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    SCOMAN Full Member

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    Lovely setup but I can't envision spending nearly £1000 on a works vehicle, I'd love it though.
     
  6. Dontkillbill

    Dontkillbill Tenderfoot

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    If you worked out conversion it would likely be 600 British pound but with your fuel prices I suspect 1/2 ton pickup trucks aren't overly popular. I suspect a lot of tradesmen have similar products for tools etc.
     
  7. Janne

    Janne Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    Most tradesmen have vans, totally enclosed. I recall some of the guys I had around to my house had lockable bices inside.
     
  8. daveO

    daveO Settler

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    Very nice setup, I've got total truck envy :cool: Mine is more of a manure and logs kind of pickup though so this is a bit fancy for me. I'm just happy when the heaters work.
     
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    Tony White bear (Admin)
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    Yeah, I like that, although I've got a hard cover on my pickup, if I were to lose that i'd be tempted...
     
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    Ha. A real truck good for you!
     

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