New Ram Pickup has optional Gun Rack, built into the box.. Check this out

New Ram Pickup has optional Gun Rack, built into the box.. Check this out

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    New Ram Pickup has optional Gun Rack, built into the box.. Check this out

    Can hold 2 rifles or 2 shotguns, or 6 fishing poles! this is pretty sweet.

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    thats awesome!

    Too bad i'll never buy a dodge... or any American made car for that matter...

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    Very cool. I'd be lying if I said I didn't want it. Although, I'd be concerned that thieves target and pop those lids with monotonous regularity. Something like that would be a wonderful project for an ol' beater truck in a location that hasn't been broadcast to the masses....
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    Quote Originally Posted by WHEC724 View Post
    Very cool. I'd be lying if I said I didn't want it. Although, I'd be concerned that thieves target and pop those lids with monotonous regularity. Something like that would be a wonderful project for an ol' beater truck in a location that hasn't been broadcast to the masses....
    Yea I was wondering too how much it would take to pry that open. Can't get a very good look at the lock, but nice idea though.

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    Excellent idea for transport rather than any long term storage.
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    Great idea. I hope it doesn't leak.

    I just sold my Dodge Ram. 57K miles. Cracked dashboard, replaced power window motor, creak in power steering, sunglass door latch broken. A/C evaporator leaked freon.
    I now have a Honda.

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    I saw that add.

    I'd want the rifles pointing the other way, though. Yeh, I know they are supposed to be unloaded, but how many NDs do we hear involving guns that were supposedly unloaded?

    The add I saw had the rifles pointing at the lower left of the driver.

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    A rather pricey solution at $1895... I think you could find a police-type mount for inside the truck and buy a new gun with the change.

    Nice of Dodge to keep sportsmen in mind, though.
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    Nice novelty item with a rather low security. I would think it wouldn't be very hard to pry that sucker open at all. Would make a nice insulated beer cooler though!
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    That's awesome! Well, in a way.......Chrysler thinking of gun owners or 'sportsmen' in the field. Dodge trucks are the epitome of the sportsman/hunter and where they want to go to get what they're after. Tough, rugged, dependable. Don't just take it from me....where I live, 8 out of 10 have a Dodge truck somewhere that runs (yes...Arkansas). Just ask Madison county about the deer hunting and Dodge trucks...talk about guns later. Two of the things in life I believe in are Dodge trucks and Glocks. Those of you non-believers should post a survey by state. Arkansas is God's country and our beliefs are strong here.
    Well, after all of that stuff....I'm going to knock a hole in an otherwise good theory...........................I don't think over the rear axle would be a good place for any firearm to be stored....especially a scoped rifle and running through God's country. Just my 2

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    A screwdriver could pop it. No thanks Dodge.
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    I am not a truck person, but that looks very good!
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    I don't really need that but it's a cool idea

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    My Toyota Tundra door will fit a pistol grip shotgun in the door, and color is black and shotgun is black and very hard to see from the out side of the truck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ram Rod View Post
    That's awesome! Well, in a way.......Chrysler thinking of gun owners or 'sportsmen' in the field. Dodge trucks are the epitome of the sportsman/hunter and where they want to go to get what they're after. Tough, rugged, dependable. Don't just take it from me....where I live, 8 out of 10 have a Dodge truck somewhere that runs (yes...Arkansas). Just ask Madison county about the deer hunting and Dodge trucks...talk about guns later. Two of the things in life I believe in are Dodge trucks and Glocks. Those of you non-believers should post a survey by state. Arkansas is God's country and our beliefs are strong here.
    Well, after all of that stuff....I'm going to knock a hole in an otherwise good theory...........................I don't think over the rear axle would be a good place for any firearm to be stored....especially a scoped rifle and running through God's country. Just my 2
    I became a Dodge hater when my in-law's 2000 Ram spent all of last summer with a broke down tranny. If you can't build an automatic tranny that will last 10 years then I'll pass.
    Before that when I was growing up we had a rather nasty Dodge Caravan. Bad memories, although the tranny is still going strong in it :p
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