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    Default My training rig-help needed

    Below is a video of my training rig-mule. On the left side I have a bag with about 10 orange bumpers. I have shown the trunk lid open so that you will see I have space here. On the right side I have about 5 blind poles. At each of the rear corners I have stakeout chains with a strap collar. On top of the dog box I have three of my four wingers. On top of the roof of my mule I have my mat. I have a therometer hanging from the roof on my mule on the right side.

    On the left side of the mule bed I have my deer rifle boot mounts. But my boot won't fit with the dog box.

    My questions. Does anyone have suggestions for where to put a rack and what kind for my shotgun? Or a mount or place for my bucket for birds?

    http://s868.photobucket.com/user/way...967f9.mp4.html
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    Mount the shotgun to the underside of the roof. A friend has it on his utv for ranch work and it works like a charm.

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    Go to bigskyracks.com or greatdayinc.com. I have the great day rack in my ranger crew and it is really nice.
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    Add a holder in between the driver and passenger, holds the gun vertical so the muzzle is pointed out away from everything. Most sporting clay ranges with golf carts use this and it works really well. It also doesn't take up any unused space.
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    My solution to a place for my shotgun on Mule. Very economical as I already had the cheap gun case. So all I needed was a cable tie and a small bungee cord.
    http://s868.photobucket.com/user/way...39bcb.mp4.html

    Now I need to find a way to mount my duck bucket.
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    get you one of these to hold the bucket mounted on the outside of the mule . i've seen people weld them up one and save some money if thats an option?

    SteelBucketHolder-500x500.jpg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wayne Nutt View Post
    My solution to a place for my shotgun on Mule. Very economical as I already had the cheap gun case. So all I needed was a cable tie and a small bungee cord.
    http://s868.photobucket.com/user/way...39bcb.mp4.html

    Now I need to find a way to mount my duck bucket.
    Milk crates and cable ties.

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