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Evans Sports Standing Rifle Rack - Unassembled

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  • Solid native pine and holds up to seven long guns
  • Comes with predrilled holes and assembly hardware needed
  • Assembled Size: 31" x 10" x 35 1/2"
  • Made in the USA
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Need a ticket to the gun show? Well, show off your own collection with the Evans Sports Standing Rifle Rack - Unassembled! This fantastic gun rack is made of solid native pine. It holds seven guns. Assembly is required, but all finishing and mounting hardware included. Recommended for indoor use only. Made in the USA. Solid native pine construction. Holds up to 7 long guns. Predrilled wall mounting holes. Finishing/mounting hardware included. Made in the USA. Dimensions: 31L x 10W x 35.5H inches.

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  • Product Dimensions: 36 x 12 x 3 inches ; 14 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00WNCM3FI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
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First off, the color was darker than the photo. The stand is made of poorly stained pine. They should have left it bare! Two of the parts were slightly warped, and the bottom piece was cut 1/4" off, as well. It should be called a kit, as assembly takes very careful alignment to keep the parts square and flush. Putting this together is not like building something from Ikea, there are no dowels, ect and you can go wrong.

The finished stand is useable, but there is not enough clearance for rifles with scopes unless you turn all the guns about 45 degrees. If you need a crude stand for a rustic cabin then this may do. If this had been turned in at a high school wood shop class, it would have been graded a "D"-.
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I was looking for something like what I had seen in old movies where you see a picture of the inside of a garrison or armory where you have row upon row of standing rifles and these were exactly what I had in mind. Four of these yields roughly 10 feet of rack space.

I purchased 1 first, assembled it to see how it worked out (the first one took me about 40 minutes to figure out which pieces were which, how they faced and fastening them together), decided that I liked it, then bought 3 more for 4 total (I had the assembly method down and took less than 20 minutes each with a manual screw driver) and they are now filled with long guns. If I had more room in my safe room I would put in more.

The staining on mine were close enough to what was pictured in the advertisement I couldn't quibble (I wouldn't have anyway since that was unimportant) and all four match each other.

Despite the wood quality being so-so and some minor shortcomings like the base on all of them was about 1/4" too narrow (it didn't affect the functionality) and 2 of the holes for the base were not pre-piloted as were all of the other screws (I didn't use them anyway since there were already 4 screws holding the base in from the sides), overall it wasn't a bad stand. Not great to look at but very serviceable. The several gun display cabinets/racks with "fixed" holders I have had in the past have NEVER been able to perfectly accommodate all of the various sizes, shapes and configurations of all of my long guns without my having to go in and customize them.

I drilled a new set of holes so that I could move the horizontal, slotted rifle holder lower on two of the racks to accommodate different weapon lengths and widened a couple of the slots to hold wider weapons/optics configurations.
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The wood is really soft. If you use a power drill to assemble, you run the risk of splitting the wood. After assembly I discovered that my rifles stood too vertical. One almost fell forward on it's own. After re-arranging the top and bottom braces, I was able to get more of an angle in how the rifles rested. I put some carpeting on the bottom and some felt in the top rests and I am happy with the result. I never intended it to be a "display" rack, just something to put in my shop to hold my rifles before I clean them after a day at the range. Before, I put them where ever I had space. I copied the ideal of another reviewer and put casters on it, and I can move it about. I painted it, put some Marine Corps stickers on it and it serves it's intended purpose. If I had seen it at a store for fifty bucks, I would have passed, made a mental note of the design and built my own out of scrap wood. At most this is worth around thirty dollars.
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There is no way this is worth 60$ (probably not even worth the price of the wood needed for it)
Here is a list of problems I have with it;
- only 2 pieces had the holes predrilled (one side piece and the bottom) and one piece had one hole (of the needed 4) drilled
- half-a**ed stain (only one side on each piece & terrible done)
- the wood was badly warped when I got it

Either buy a different one or make your own for much less
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By Dennis on September 29, 2012
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The front panel is missing. The overall quality is shabby at best. Amazon really needs to open some of these boxes and look at what is being sold to their customers. Over the years I have become leary of packages that have "Made in USA" on the package. It's sad. I would send it back but it is too big for me to cart to the post office so I'll have to make due. Do not buy this item and be carefull of anything coming from this manufacturer.
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I purchased one of these for my husband for Christmas a while back. When arrived, it was well packaged and as described. To top this off, it was real wood!!! Not the flimsy cheap stuff. The price on this is unbeatable. It is also very easy to build and can be done with one person, allow easier with two. My husband since then went back and ordered 6 more of these for his gun vault room. I could not be more impressed with the quality, easy to build and style of this gun holder rack. As a woman's point of view, I was concerned it would look to redneck, That simply is not the case with this one. It looks very nice!
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This is a simple and as some have pointed out "rustic" vertical storage rack for weapons. ( I say weapons because the two I bought display swords instead of firearms.) Kit came with seven wood pieces and 23 wood screws. The perimeter pieces have predrilled holes; at least mine did. Some basic confidence in handicraft is needed to align and screw in sections as needed. The wood is soft. If you mess up the first time, you're screwed, not the wood. All I needed was a screw driver and had everything put together in 25 minutes. Spent another 20 minutes cutting and setting felt in the grooves and bottom tray.

The distance from bottom tray to the top bar is 34.25 inches (ish). Little long for anything but a dragoon sword. My case everything I put up has a scabbard, so all I did was extend the scabbard and rest the hilt of the sword on the upper bar. Works perfectly. Larger sabers with half or full baskets are challenging, as there is only about 2.25 inches of play between bearths.

As reviewed this rack has issues, but nothing most enthusiasts haven't seen before and can't correct or be creative with. Got two for 86.00 and gained 14 display places for my collection. I'm satisfied. :)
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