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So I took a ride up Redington Road today.







I had a mule deer jump out in front of me which I fortunately avoided, but it got me hankering for some venison.



I passed a few of my favorite plinking spots as well, and the thought occurred that it might be fun to have brought my Ruger 10/22 and some tin cans along for the ride.



Has anyone mounted an ATV style rifle scabbard to their TW? I was looking at some of the brackets they use and it seems that something similar could be added to the passenger peg mounting arm of the Cycleracks.



I'm sure there could be some other solutions, just wondering if anyone else had some good ideas or experience.
 

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OK I'm dumb.



Kolpin 5.0 at Cabela's



I should have searched the forum before posting.



Thank you to those who answered my question months before I asked it!
 

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goldenhtr, did you attach the mounting bracket to the bottom of your cycleracks or the top of your stock pad?
 

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quote name='Sweetzombiejesus' date='29 August 2012 - 10:09 PM' timestamp='1346306952' post='54409']

Since this is some what related, does anyone have the image of the deer on the tdub?

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quote name='Sweetzombiejesus' date='29 August 2012 - 10:09 PM' timestamp='1346306952' post='54409']

Since this is some what related, does anyone have the image of the deer on the tdub?


Now that's a great use for a T-Dub.
 

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I bought the hunter canvas style scoped horse scabbard from Midway USA (I think from there and I believe it was around 60 bucks) I have the rear cyclerack too. I mounted it on the left side of the bike (so that it would not ride on the muffler). I attached it with one of the nylon thongs that came with the scabbard, and I used 5 or 6 heavy duty black zip ties. I started to get the Kolpin, but it was too bulky, rode to high, and just was in the way. I have taken it in rain, snow, and a thousand miles of hard trails. It does wear the bluing on the rifle, especially at the muzzle. It is completely secure and I don't have to have a space ship looking thing hanging off the bike, it just looks like it should, at least to me.



I will post some pictures of it someday soon if I can ever figure out how to post a snap shot, but I am leaving at 4am for the hills
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Ronny, Is that camo duct tape on your tank and fenders?
 

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I bought the hunter canvas style scoped horse scabbard from Midway USA (I think from there and I believe it was around 60 bucks) I have the rear cyclerack too. I mounted it on the left side of the bike (so that it would not ride on the muffler). I attached it with one of the nylon thongs that came with the scabbard, and I used 5 or 6 heavy duty black zip ties. I started to get the Kolpin, but it was too bulky, rode to high, and just was in the way. I have taken it in rain, snow, and a thousand miles of hard trails. It does wear the bluing on the rifle, especially at the muzzle. It is completely secure and I don't have to have a space ship looking thing hanging off the bike, it just looks like it should, at least to me.



I will post some pictures of it someday soon if I can ever figure out how to post a snap shot, but I am leaving at 4am for the hills for some more scientific ballistics research and trout catcherologist studies
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Ronny, Is that camo duct tape on your tank and fenders?
 

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I bought the hunter canvas style scoped horse scabbard from Midway USA (I think from there and I believe it was around 60 bucks) I have the rear cyclerack too. I mounted it on the left side of the bike (so that it would not ride on the muffler). I attached it with one of the nylon thongs that came with the scabbard, and I used 5 or 6 heavy duty black zip ties. I started to get the Kolpin, but it was too bulky, rode to high, and just was in the way. I have taken it in rain, snow, and a thousand miles of hard trails. It does wear the bluing on the rifle, especially at the muzzle. It is completely secure and I don't have to have a space ship looking thing hanging off the bike, it just looks like it should, at least to me.



I will post some pictures of it someday soon if I can ever figure out how to post a snap shot, but I am leaving at 4am for the hills
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Ronny, Is that camo duct tape on your tank and fenders?




The camo on the bike comes from www.camoclad.com



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