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MET1
10-16-2010, 11:20 AM
Howdy, I have a few of these. They are 100 percent USGI rifle racks designed for M-16/M-16A1 rifles (although other weapons fit just fine, see below). They hold 10 firearms and have arms that secures the weapons inside of the rack and can be secured with a lock.

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Each unit is drilled on the top and bottom, left and right to connect to another rack. They can be stacked on top of each other or bolted together side by side.

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Any of the points of contact that hold the weapon is covered in olive drab rubber, so you will not scratch your finish by storing your weapons in the unit. The only area that is not covered in rubber is the bottom that will contact the buttplate.

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The racks are very versatile. As you can see from the following picture, it will hold many other weapons besides the M-16/Ar-15. It will accomadate collapsable stocks (the stocks themselves will not touch the bottom is collapsed but the pistol grip and muzzle will support the weapon). A note worth mentioning specifically about AR series weapons is that any optics mounted on the A2 upper or flat top upper will have to be removed if you want to lock the two bars down. If you are just going to use it as a rack, then they can stay attached.

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Located between each weapon is an accessoy slot that is about 1 1/2 inches wide. It is perfect for storing a magazine for the weapon, or for tucking away a sling connected to the weapon to keep it from getting tangled up. This area is also covered by rubber, so you need not worry about jacking up your feed lips on those mags. As you can see there is plenty of room between the weapons to allow for accessories attached to the stocks without bumping into each other.

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The dimensions of the are as follows:
Height:42 1/2 inches
Width: 10 inches
Length:36 1/4 inches
They weigh about 40 pounds each and are manageable by a single individual. The are small enough to fit in the bed of a truck to accompany you to a range/gathering. I bring them with me on trips to the desert to avoid having that arc from a front sight down the side of my truck that always seems to happen (worth the price alone not to hear it from the boss at the house!! ).

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Overall these are very durable racks. They are in great working condition, but they are surplus. So, for a limited time only, I will include at no extra cost, dings, dents, scrapes, and a bit of rust for free. You must act quickly to receive this offer. They may also contain unit markings and other identifying marks. These are not new, nor are they junk. The one in the pictures is a representative sample picked at random. I hosed it off and dried it with a cloth. A coat of WD-40 will make if shine up a bit. If you are looking for a showpiece, then you should pass these up. If you need a durable, affordable, modular rack, then shoot me an email. I will not ship these, as it will not be cost effective.

$50 each

MET1
10-30-2010, 1:25 PM
BTT Several left.

MET1
11-27-2010, 9:46 AM
BTT ready for pick up!

MET1
01-21-2011, 7:23 AM
BTT $50 each

eod1
02-05-2011, 3:34 PM
Hey I would like to get 3 of those rack from you. How much would shipping be to Mesa AZ 85209 thanks Keith 623 692 3515

eod1
02-05-2011, 3:36 PM
If ups wants $50 to ship them thats fine with me just let me know

Peter W Bush
02-05-2011, 4:32 PM
I'll take one if you can meet in the San Fernando Valley or Los Angeles area

69Mach1
02-05-2011, 9:56 PM
I'll take three.

MET1
04-23-2011, 4:20 PM
Btt