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post #1 of 4 Old 07-31-2012, 12:01 AM Thread Starter
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Antler Gun Rack

I have a question for all the wood workers. I made a gun Rack with Antler on it and It's probably one of my better peices of work and I was younder how much I could sell it for if I really wanted to? So tell me what u think I could get I'll post more pictures if i need to
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post #2 of 4 Old 07-31-2012, 08:53 AM
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The price you could get for the rack would vary a great deal depending on what part of the country you are from. If are thinking of making them to sell I don't think it would be a very hot item. There are so many safety nazi's around screaming to keep a gun in a gun safe that a gun rack like you have made is getting obsolete. But to answer your question here in Texas something like that would run $30 to $35.00.
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I agree, gun racks like that are a thing of the past. I know I wouldnt use one. I'm not a "safety nazi" either, I just prefer to protect my guns. I cant carry them all with me so some have to stay home. The ones hanging on a rack in the open are easy pickens for burglers. That all being said, you did a fine job on the rack!!

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Ditto in Canada. Guns must be secured and essentially hidden away with locks.
I thought you were going to use pieces of antler to hold the firearms. Gun cases look like safes. Almost obsolete here but maybe in the west or south.
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