What do you all think of the bedside gun rack?

What do you all think of the bedside gun rack?

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    What do you all think of the bedside gun rack?

    The Backup Bedside Gun Rack In Home Protection


    Now keep in mind I don't have children or pets roaming about. It is just my gf and I. And yes it would be locked up if company came over with children. So that business aside, rate the usefulness.
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    If my wife didn't already think I was paranoid, I'd have one on each side of the bed.
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    If I didn't have a 2 year old in the house I'd consider it. Would just need a longer comforter to cover it up!
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    Dunno. I crawl out of bed over the side. I'd hate to get up and go pee only to snag the barrel on my jammies and trip and then hear a boom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PEF View Post
    Dunno. I crawl out of bed over the side. I'd hate to get up and go pee only to snag the barrel on my jammies and trip and then hear a boom.
    You're supposed to jump into and out of bed so the monsters can't grab your feet.
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    I got to laughing so hard I don't know what to write

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEF View Post
    Dunno. I crawl out of bed over the side. I'd hate to get up and go pee only to snag the barrel on my jammies and trip and then hear a boom.
    Not an issue, I don't use jammies :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by 031131 View Post
    Not an issue, I don't use jammies :)
    I'm debating whether or not to "like" that response. I'm conflicted....
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    your feet are safe, their after you guns now!!!!!!!!!

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    Blanco is right..my pastor spoke on that this Sunday. You must jump in and out of bed so the zombies don't get you...I thought everybody knew that. I use a rack and like it. No kids in the house however..empty nest.

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    I use something very similar. Comforter hides it. I'm pretty cheap so I made it myself for about $12.

    It works well and stays out of the way when avoiding the monsters.

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    I have that exact product and it works well. I don't have kids, just me and the dog so I don't worry about it. Some of my friends/family who know about it think I'm overly paranoid for having it but it is the best way to have your shotty handy in a snap from bed.

    I do keep it unchambered though in case of it falling and the very minimal chance for it to discharge.

    Plus good ole Double Barrel Joe told me that just the sound of me racking my shotgun will make criminals run away in terror. If not just pop a few blasts off into the air.
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    Like it enough to want to make my own, but with a trigger guard - just like a holster.

    This kinda disturbs me though: "A shotgun sprays its ammunitions so you don’t need a great shot to get the job done and it doesn’t pierce walls."
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    Quote Originally Posted by nedrgr21 View Post
    Like it enough to want to make my own, but with a trigger guard - just like a holster.

    This kinda disturbs me though: "A shotgun sprays its ammunitions so you don’t need a great shot to get the job done and it doesn’t pierce walls."
    I too was dismayed that the website chooses to perpetuate the myth that a shotgun does not require proper aim. I would not do business with a co that cannot provide accurate information.... besides I can make it myself.

    Edit: I emialed the company about their poor description of how to use a shotgun. I dont expect anything, but I feel better now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nedrgr21 View Post
    This kinda disturbs me though: "A shotgun sprays its ammunitions so you don’t need a great shot to get the job done and it doesn’t pierce walls."
    The "product" looks kind of cool, but the ad totally turned me off! I question the intelligence of any idiot who would make a statement like that! Makes me wonder if his ability to manufacture a quality product is any better than his ability to write an intelligent ad!!! Sorry, but I'm just enough of a nit-picker to refuse to buy something from someone who writes an ad like that!
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