How to mount a shotgun to bed frame?

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    How to mount a shotgun to bed frame?

    Friends...anyone have a suggestion how to mount a shotgun to a bed frame? I don't want to leave it under the bed as it will get banged around with the sweeper etc. I would like to come up with a way to mount my shotgun, holster, flashlight, and cell phone all close and not on the night stand which could get knocked over. Thanks for any ideas and even better would be any pics.

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    Velcro, I have used it for years for mounting the shotgun to the bed.
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    I was thinking Duct Tape, but that probably would not be a good idea.

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    Check out this site:

    The Back-Up :: Home Protection Within Reach

    He's a board sponsor and it seems like a clever idea.
    You could make your own, but at $24, his is nicer.

    The bed skirt (duvet?) would cover it from view and keep it out of the dust bunnies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guns and more View Post
    Check out this site:

    The Back-Up :: Home Protection Within Reach

    He's a board sponsor and it seems like a clever idea.
    You could make your own, but at $24, his is nicer.

    The bed skirt (duvet?) would cover it from view and keep it out of the dust bunnies.
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    It is a no brainer, given your requirements, "The Back-Up." is only $25 in March.
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    I recommend the "Back-Up" as well. I ordered it last week, and it got here FAST. Great concept, and my Mossy 500 has a nice place to reside and it's there within reach. chick cuchick!

    Regularly 39.95, but in the month of March it's 24.95. Grab it!

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    I just screwed 2 large adel clamps to the bed rail and my shotgun has a good safe place to reside. It looks very much like "the Backup" but didn't cost $25.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shima View Post
    I just screwed 2 large adel clamps to the bed rail and my shotgun has a good safe place to reside. It looks very much like "the Backup" but didn't cost $25.
    Have a pic?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shima View Post
    I just screwed 2 large adel clamps to the bed rail and my shotgun has a good safe place to reside. It looks very much like "the Backup" but didn't cost $25.
    Pics please, I'm interested also.
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    I just ordered a back up.
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    I was thinking of just setting up a little PVC stand that sits between the mattress and box spring.
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    Try this.

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    Sorry, look at Shotgun Bedbuddy to see the pvc frame that fits between the mattress and boxspring.

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    I use rare earth magnets for my Glock works great on the top of the side. For the shotgun use a magnetic bar designed for tools . Mount it to the frame and the shotgun rides within easy reach while laying in bed.
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