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If You Are a Hunting Enthusiast, You May Find Seizmik Gun Holders & Racks Very Useful



Any avid hunter knows that careful handling of the gun is essential to safety. When you are planning a hunting trip on your side-by-side, you may get puzzled about the issue of placing your rifle someplace safe on the vehicle where it doesn’t get damaged or threaten to harm you or your hunting buddy with an accidental discharge. Seizmik company that offers high-quality accessories for UTVs for over 15 years now has a perfect solution for you: a universal over-the-head gun rack or an on-seat gun holder.

You can place two long rifles or shotguns into the rack that can be easily mounted over the driver’s head on any tubular roll cage. If you have a roof, your guns will also be protected from the elements. Alternatively, you can use an on-set gun holder made from durable foam which is sturdy but flexible enough to dampen vibration, impacts and protect your guns from scratches and damage.

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Nah, it takes too much space I'd rather be careful into loading the rifle, rather than carrying it with me. I would also rather go fishing than hunting.
 

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Totally agreeing with you. Hunting isn't that hard, but it's kinda dangerous, cause sometimes shit could happen. I've had a friend that got attacked by a wild boar, after he missed him, it inflicted several serious wounds on him, afterwards he needed a surgery. So take care before going hunting. I started fishing some years go, I was full blind, never knew what I'm supposed to have or to do to fish normally. I've started by reading an article on thenatureinsider.com to get used with fishing. I bought a fishing rod, a reel some lines, lures and baits and all that stuff. I was in Fellows Lake for the first time and I've managed to catch my first fishes, which crappies, not that big but anyway it was the story of me stating to fish.
 
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