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Old 07-29-2013, 12:41 AM   #1
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I was looking on this picture but still can't figure it out what is this little rack components call exactly. any idea?


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Old 07-29-2013, 12:43 AM   #2
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Welcome to the forum. That is called a Rifle!

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Lol, Thanks, I mean the Rack Component (The one that let the hold the rife barrel), I was wondering what is that part call.

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It's called a barrel rest.

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And I was just messin' with ya Trang. A good bandsaw or scroll saw, jigsaw could make you one of them for your cabinet easy enough.

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And I was just messin' with ya Trang. A good bandsaw or scroll saw, jigsaw could make you one of them for your cabinet easy enough.

lol. Thanks Anna
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And I was just messin' with ya Trang. A good bandsaw or scroll saw, jigsaw could make you one of them for your cabinet easy enough.
I make mine with the drill press, and the tablesaw. Drill a line of 1-inch holes down the center of the board, about three inches apart. I then rip the board through the center of the holes with the table saw.
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Old 07-29-2013, 11:46 PM   #9
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Some links to look at. I know nothing about the vendors, I make no recommendation, For viewing pleasure only.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Fast-Rack-Rifle-Air-Shotgun-Foam-Rest-for-Gun-Cabinet-Safe-Car-Wall-etc-/370595677048




http://www.midwayusa.com/product/2054194613/hyskore-universal-rack-organizer-and-gun-rest-foam




http://www.abelasgunshop.com.au/firearms/safes/accessories/spika-magnetic-foam-gun-rack.html

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I make mine with the drill press, and the tablesaw. Drill a line of 1-inch holes down the center of the board, about three inches apart. I then rip the board through the center of the holes with the table saw.
Any comments on how you finish them. (finished wood? Foam? Teflon Tape?)
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