Good Rack for rapid deployments
I purchased this rack about 2 months ago and installed it on my takehome vehicle (2016 Ford Explorer) with no cage. This rack has made it super easy to rapidly duty rifle (11.5" BCM). I keep the rifle on the rack while on duty. Once my shift ends, I place it in the secured cage. One of the things I would improve would be a stronger material of the molly panel. I think it flexes too much and I fear it might break if pulled. The second improvement would be a better locking system. I work for a large city where vehicle break-ins are an everyday event. I lost count of how many LE's (most federal agents who just transferred ) have had their rifles stolen while in our city. The rack works great for my needs. My concern is the safety mechanisms. Overall I would recommend it.
GMT Team, Well done. The Rigid Panel is stout enough to support my relatively heavy SBR (Lewis Machine and Tool MRP.) The locking cuff is large enough to fit around the rifle with the its rail panels in place. The buttstock cup fits my Voltor EMOD stock with only a slight modification to my stock. I removed a small piece of plastic used for attaching a loop sling. The rifle is supported with no wiggle or play. Along those same lines, I was able to snug down the panel to the seat tight enough that it doesn't flop around or make any noise while driving. My one suggestion... Add more flush cup mounting holes down the side of the panel. I think It will help with fitment issues as these panels are mounted to a variety of different size seats. Again, thank you for the support. I will keep you posted as the panel sees service. V/r, Dave
Rear Divider in Jeep Wrangler
You asked me to send in pictures of my set up. I tried using these for the back of my seats in my 2015 Jeep Wrangler but wasnt very accessible and different guns require different clamps. So I decided to use them as a rear divider which turned out great. No Complaints. Thank you.