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Rifle mounting on ATV


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are you guys using those for big game or small games hunts?? i can understand a closed case for big game but when going for small game .. think u need to have faster acces then that.. well from my experience last year.. thats why i am , too , looking for the best option

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On 10/24/2021 at 9:13 AM, Terry Stormer said:

I strap a padded rifle case to the front of the ATV. I have a side case that mounts to the ATV, but it rattles and moves too much. Tried other brands and had the same problem. 

I was thinking about a gun boot for my ATV but that ratteling would drive me crazy and probably mess up the zero. 

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On 10/24/2021 at 12:13 PM, Terry Stormer said:

I strap a padded rifle case to the front of the ATV. I have a side case that mounts to the ATV, but it rattles and moves too much. Tried other brands and had the same problem. 

I would do this. At least a nicely padded rifle case is made for cushioning your gun/scope. It is quick and easy.

As an alternative, you could possibly rig up something to bolt/latch a hard sided padded case to the rack?

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I've used a Kolpin like the picture in the first reply minus the nubs for 7-8 years and its held up and does the trick.    I hunt with a T/C 50 cal muzzleloader for deer and in Iowa I have to leave it in a case until I get to where I'm going.  It can be loaded minus the cap.  Its in a thick case and has a red dot sight on it.  It fills up the two forks pretty much but has worked very well and held up for me.  I also put my  gas ice auger in it for ice fishing and as heavy as that is it hasn't broken.

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On 9/20/2021 at 5:29 PM, kmssd said:

I have seen to U shaped brackets that attach to the front rack (on a utility quad) with little fingers that hold it snug but are still able to release when needed.

Like this,

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I would second this mount. ive used them and the great thing is they hold rifles or bows very secure.

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