GUN Good gun hangers?

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  1. 4bangin

    4bangin Ballet of Violence

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    My friend has some that are just wooden post that are about 3" long, on the back of the post is a huge nail you can drive into a stud. They arent flashy at all, but work very well. He said he can no longer find them, and neither can I. Does anyone know of any other gun hangers that are simple looking? All I have found is tacky brass ones with buffalo heads on them and crap.
     
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    instead of searching for "gun hanger" search for "gun rack"
     
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    4bangin Ballet of Violence

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    I tried that also. I am looking more for something that will hold a single gun on a wall. Everything I found under racks held multiple guns or a single gun on a truck window or something like that. Thanks though! There was one rack I found I still might get after you gave me the idea :)
     
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    Make something, you goofball. Home depot has plenty of gun hangers, you just have to trim them a little to fit. You'll find them in the 2x4 and plywood aisles.
     
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    or just get a length of dowel and....viola!!! multiple hangers. just cut into length you like.
     
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    4bangin Ballet of Violence

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    I can't believe I never thought of that. Great idea! Thanks :)
     
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    You can get all sorts of metal hooks in the hardware section of Lowes/Home Depot. After you find a hook that you like, go to the electrical section and get some heat shrink. Put that on the metal hook, heat it up, and it'll shrink to fit the metal. Now, you have a gun hang-up that won't marr your finish.

    Or, instead of heat shrink, find a product called "Dip-It". It is the sort of thing the handles of pliers, and the sort, are coated with.
     
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    They have hooks already coated in that stuff that you just screw into studs or the appropriate anchoring point (NOT unsupported in drywall).
     
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    Two screws work for me :mamoru:
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