That's a nice system.
I went cheap. I purchased a gun case similar to this Swiss Arms double rifle case. BTW: This case is on Amazon.com for $40.00
I ran the shoulder strap between the headrest post of both front seats, adjusting the strap to reach the desired hanging height. I like it high so the rifles touching the seat backs. This way, if I slam my brakes, the rifle doesn't bounce against the seat. Not that it matters, as the back of the seats are somewhat padded.
It leave me room to store my hunting stuff, and is tall enough for my big optics.
Prior to this, I had another cheapie rifle bag. I took it to my local saddle shop and had them sew on some adjustable straps, separated exactly the width between the two headrests. It cost me $20 for the strap, buckles, and labor.
Both are a non-permanent mount and it's quick and simple!
Technical write-ups, trip photos, firearm related posts. Just finished my M416-A1 restoration!
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