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Gun/Auger Rack

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Do you guys have any opinions on them? I want one that will hold guns and an auger, so the auger holder from M.A.D. won't work for me. I'm mostly wondering if a regular gun rack will hold up to the weight of the auger?

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I just got a rack from Fleet for twenty bucks. Not sure how it works for guns yet. But for the money, it's nice for the auger.

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I made an auger rack out of some plywood scraps and a few screws. A few bungies and we're good. Not pretty, but I'm not going to a fashion show. Total investment <$10 and about 1/2 hour.

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i also made a holder for the front of my JD Gator and i will be making a holder to go on my Flatbed when i get it build for my rhino.

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I'm going to go with a good 'ol fashion gun rack, with some brackets I made up instead of trying to find what I want. Total cost will be <$40 and it will be exactly how I want it and should look pretty decent.

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