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    Rifle case mounts

    Saw a few planes with a mount to carry a rifle case based on a jury strut type clamp system. Who is selling them? Will it only work with a specific case?

    No joy finding them on either airframes or the fadodge websites.

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    Airframes has them.
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    Oh yeah.....pics to follow once my shift at the salt mine is over......

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinJ View Post
    Oh yeah.....pics to follow once my shift at the salt mine is over......
    I quit that gig, got me a cushy job in the air conditioning. I'm now a Walmart greeter.
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    I still use a good ol scabbord on the yeller horse.
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    In the lower 48, external loads are frowned on by FAA, your mileage may vary.


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    If you want a hard plastic type gun case, look at the Kolpin gun boot.

    And you might want to read this:

    https://www.faa.gov/documentlibrary/...er_8400.34.pdf
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    I am blessed to have been born, raised and live in Alaska. External loads are the norm, not the exception. Thanks for the links that were posted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cub Special Ed View Post
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    Open end of the boot trailing?
    Hope that smoke pole's lashed in there good & tight.
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    This is a full service website. If the rifle falls out, he can just tell Colorguns he needs another.

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    Parachute cord. Cheap, easy, very effective. With a -12 just shove it in back. You don't have to act like the -18's lack of space is something to emulate.

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    Hello, we have your gun boot case & strut attachment at AirframesAlaska.com and at our Reeve’s location at Merrill Field.

    Here is the link to the website or stop in to see us!
    https://www.airframesalaska.com/PA-1...hk_1505-96.htm
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    When will they be produced for the 12? You know us fatcub red headed Piper stepchildren.
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