I found the curved glass gun rack advertised online, just ordered 2 last week, installed them in my tractors on Saturday, makes carrying a firearm in the tractor so much nicer, I’m considering using some industrial grade Velcro to fasten it to the floor as the one tractor has some wire harnesses underneath where the rest needs to be fastened, making screwing it an invalid option, otherwise I love them. You will find two pictures attached, one from each tractor that I have them installed in. Adam, Hebron, North Dakota
Well after ordering this in April and finally getting my new Honda Pioneer 1000 last week, ( which was supposed to arrive by May 30th) I was able to mount your double gun rack…We had to mount it sideways due to the zero clearance under the floor due to the drive shaft. The bolts had just enough room to be zipped in head down tail up…with that said, I needed to shore up the top half of the post…I found that the 525-mount system that works great and that baby doesn’t flex at all…I took it out last weekend for the maiden voyage and it works GREAT with the shotguns. I adjusted it up slightly so that my 300 WSM with scope would fit snugly and it does… Will be heading to the mountains in Montana in two weeks in search of some elk and even tho we have some rough terrain ahead of us, I’m certain this mount will NOT fail us…. Thank you for this creation and for manufacturing such a great product…you rock brother!!
G’day Joe and Jesse, I just received the glass mount gun grabber that I had ordered from you guys in the post yesterday. I fitted it up this morning before we went harvesting and I am very happy with the end result. It is an unreal product. It can get quite rough at times in the cab of the harvester (due to it being on steal tracks) but with the rifle in the gun grabber it did not move an inch all day. Please find attached some photos of it installed in our cane harvester. We are currently just over 50% of our way through the sugarcane harvest in Queensland, Australia.
Thanks again for the great product, Hayden Mathiasen