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Gun rack

Image Number 14 for United States Patent #7559428.

A gun rack comprising a plurality of swivel shoes and a plate or disc, wherein each swivel shoe is pivotally attached on either side to a bracket on the plate or disc, and wherein the swivel shoe is shaped to hold the butt of a gun. A gun rack comprising a top receiver disc, a bottom receiver disc, a base unit, a shaft, a plurality of swivel shoes, a plurality of barrel receivers, and a plurality of barrel receiver brackets, wherein each swivel shoe is pivotally attached on either side to a barrel receiver bracket, and wherein the barrel receiver brackets are attached to the bottom receiver disc. The barrel receivers insert into notches on the barrel receiver brackets and are optionally vertically adjustable. An optional shotgun plate for use in lieu of a barrel receiver. An optional pistol pole for holding pistols.

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