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    ISO Inexpensive Front Rack

    Wondering if anyone has a fairly priced front rack available. I only want one to mount a Koplin gun case to during hunting season so I’m not willing to spend the $ on a CycleRacks front since I can buy the tools to make what I need for less. I have a set of bar mount V style gun holders on the way for the lever action but would like something with more security and protection for the bolt guns without losing any rack space. Plus the old Military style front rifle scabbard is a cool look.
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    Perhaps building your own bracket or rack to accept the Kolpin would be a fairly quick and affordable solution if no used offers appear soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fred View Post
    Perhaps building your own bracket or rack to accept the Kolpin would be a fairly quick and affordable solution if no used offers appear soon.
    If the welder wasn’t broken and I wasn’t working sun up till after sundown I certainly would before buying one since I love to DIY. If nothing comes up I’ll just mount it to the cycleracks for now and make what I want later.
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