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Old 07-13-2017   #11
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Didn't think about the arm rests as mounting areas, I don't even use them so they have been up since I have had the tractor. I bet you could strap a holster to one with no trouble.
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I keep a shoulder holster! I'm old school...but for a rifle maybe a 4 wheeler scabbard!


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Old 07-16-2017   #13
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I carry my 480 Srh in a chest holster. Lots of room and in reach.
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You can run a piece of 2" or 3" velcro under the magnet mount...
https://www.amazon.com/Tac-Mag-Gun-M...dp/B00LR454YU/
$12 + the cost of the velcro.
That's cheaper than a purpose-built mount.
Pretty hard to rattle loose from that magnet, if that's potentially a problem use 2x magnets...
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Old 07-16-2017   #15
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I use a drop leg tactical holster or my Keltec in a Galco pocket holster. Tractor gets too dusty and dirty and I smack and break enough stuff accidentally...
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Old 07-17-2017   #16
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I just use a small magnetic motorcycle tank bag that sticks right to the metal fender. Gun is enclosed, out of sight, and protected from the elements.
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Old 07-17-2017   #17
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Kingston Car Holster

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This one works for me.
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Old 07-18-2017   #19
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That is what I was thinking, probably the best place, secure and easy to get to. Like I said I have never used my arm rests so forgot they were even there so may as well put them to use.
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Old 07-18-2017   #20
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You can run a piece of 2" or 3" velcro under the magnet mount...
https://www.amazon.com/Tac-Mag-Gun-M...dp/B00LR454YU/
$12 + the cost of the velcro.
That's cheaper than a purpose-built mount.
Pretty hard to rattle loose from that magnet, if that's potentially a problem use 2x magnets...
I was looking at those and they are a good way to go. Metal plate under the seat has enough room to put one. May get a couple the next time I order from Amazon because they would be good in a number of places and not just the tractor.
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