quad gun rack
The Quad Gun Rack or Quad Gun Carrier is probably the most popular kind of self-contained storage for any Quad Gun. They normally will carry up to four (4} fully automatic electric, gas, or spring powered assault weapons or shotguns. Some models will hold up to six (6) shotguns or assault weapons. This piece of equipment allows you to easily and quickly get your arms fully loaded for any necessary scenarios, all from the comfort of your vehicle. While they are perfect for any law enforcement agency or military bases, they can also be a good addition to your home.
This is one example of a great piece of equipment to have for many years, because it will serve its purpose just as effectively as the day you purchased it. This rack is made with a steel frame and is easily assembled by one person. There is a lugs guide that helps with installation and will help if you are not sure about how to assemble the parts.
To keep it safe, the gun must be installed on a flat and level surface with flat ground. For the best results, the rack is installed on a walnut stock with a stabilizer damper. When the gun is not being used, a stabilizer damper can be removed and placed on a flat surface. Then, the same stabilizer damper can be re-installed with an aluminum recoil lug, making the rack even more stable.
The next item is a heavy duty remote cable assembly that attaches to the rear of the stock. This assembly attaches to the metal frame and offers two separate points of connection. It is easily assembled, and comes with instructions. It has something comparable to a bungee cord, but in an electronic form. If you can use a Bungee, this might be a better option.
Next comes the rear end of the new stock. The kit includes a set of precision-cast cross bolts with a steel bolt guide. This is actually pretty tough stuff. Precise and strong, the cross bolts will handle anything the quad gun can throw at it. The instructions include precise measurements and a diagram.
The Stoeger is the part that connects the Stoeger ram to the rear of the Walnut stock. It is also important because it controls the action of the recoil. The stoeger acts like the trigger and controls the recoil. Precisely where the Stoeger attaches to the Walnut stock can determine the amount of accuracy you get. There are many available options, so feel free to experiment.
Once the gun is installed, it is time to set up the Stoeger Accurately. There are two ways you can do this. The first way is to drill a hole through the front of the new stock and run the Stoeger ram through it; and the other way is to use a piece of wood behind the Stoeger and slide the Stoeger into the hole and glue the piece of wood behind the recoil lug. The method you choose is up to you and the design of your personal gun.
When completed, it's time to assemble the parts and put everything together. Reconcile the receiver to the cross bolt and attach the buttstock and ram. Attach the recoil lug and put it on the rail. You're finished!
To clean, take the Stoeger tikka300wsm and slide it out of the receiver and wipe it off with the rag. While you're cleaning the action screws, take off the rubber grip by the buttstock and set them aside. Lay down a clean cloth or rag and set up a bucket of warm water. Carefully wipe down the entire piece of wood with the warm cloth to remove any excess dirt or dust that might have gotten trapped. Use the same rag to dry any remaining moisture and make sure the receiver is completely clean before you put it back in place.
The next step is to set up the rail. Take the tikka300wsm and fit it between the rails, making sure there are no gaps. You can then screw on the wooden box to hold the extra weight and put some sand paper on the top and bottom to give it some stability. The final precautions that you need to observe before firing your weapon are checking the height of the cross rails and making sure you are shooting straight and level.
In closing, the Stoeger tikka300wsm is an excellent tool to have for any hunter. It gives you all of the accuracy you would expect from a suppressed weapon and it adds some versatility as well, like being able to shoot through walls and doors. And best of all, it is so easy to operate that you'll likely find yourself pointing and shooting at targets with it more often than with a traditional spring rifle. But before you head out into the woods with that loaded gun, remember to check the box for its compatibility with your particular model and for safety precautions. You might want to also review the details about the recoil mechanism on your firearm so that you can be confident you are using the item with the utmost safety.