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Question for the hunters

How do you carry your bows, rifles,shotguns in your Ranger? I have a 4 door ex cab, and cool ideas out there ? pics?
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I just throw the gun case in the bed.
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x2...just used the bed
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i used to throw my rifles in the bed under the cover and my bow case will fit in the back, now i just lock them in the backseat of my super crew F-150! lol
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I usually just lay it in the front seat in or out of the case. Make sure its legal in your state to transport it out of a case first!
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unloaded and in a separate area of the vehicle from my ammo
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i just put my bow case in back under the topper. if i stop somewhere, i lock it up.
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I just throw em in the bed but if I stop somewhere ill lock em up in the cab.
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in the gun rack in my back window duh, the bow just sits in the back seat area
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My bow goes in the hard case, and goes behind the seats in the extended cab part, same with the guns. But if i am lazy and driving around bird hunting, the shot gun leans up against the center console with the barrel on the passenger side floor with the cup holders full of shells so i can grab it all quick. (we are not allowed to have a loaded gun in, or on a motorized vehicle here)
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While hunting both shotgun and rifle stay loaded in my front seat, loaded, with the barrel facing the floor board. When not hunting laying the same way unloaded.
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in the gun rack in my back window duh
HELLZ YEAH
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Throw it in the front seat for quick and easy access so if a big one runs the across road duh lol

Funny sh*t aside wal-mart sales a gun rack for like $25
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