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Posted: 4/1/2016 5:00:09 PM EST
[Last Edit: 4/1/2016 5:00:09 PM EST by Forest]
Enough of the truck gun talk. Let's see those AR15's and Jeeps.

Mine's a 14.5 Colt LE6920 , Aimpoint PRO. KAC RAS, TLR-1s. Stock 1981 CJ5 Renegade, 4 speed, 4.2L V6 76K original miles. Yes, I pulled it out of the garage for this pic.

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Nice Jeep and nice AR!
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Lets see it mounted in the rack you don't have on your jeep.
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That is cool.
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Not sure about Texas, but just how are you securing that weapon in that easy-to-break-into and no-where-to-hide Jeep?

Jeep guns - the category doesn't exist for a reason. THe only guns in my Wrangler are CCW.
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I got a smittybuilt security center console. That's what I use for when I can't CC my G26. Fold down the windshield and drive the ranch roads, you can blast through what would be a windshield!
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I have a Tuffy under seat lock box for when I'm going somewhere that I can't carry.





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this is why nobody likes you.
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Originally Posted By The_Floridian:
Not sure about Texas, but just how are you securing that weapon in that easy-to-break-into and no-where-to-hide Jeep?

Jeep guns - the category doesn't exist for a reason. THe only guns in my Wrangler are CCW.
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You never heard of a rollbar mount? lots of cops use them, they lock too you know.
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Originally Posted By USMC88-93:
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I like your style
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45/70
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Very nice Jerps and an array of weaponry!
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LaRue lower (from my 556 tOBR), PWS 300BLK upper, 3x30 BLK ACOG on LaRue Mount, Atlas on LaRue Mount, LaRue Sling



STI 4.0 SS Tactical, G-Code Holster

Link Posted: 4/4/2016 3:36:54 PM EST
My 300blK pistol (Red Jacket Lower-pre pervert, PSA upper), in front mount





H&K VP9, in Black hawk Serpa Q/D mount



also have Gerber Tomahawk mounted to side of driver's seat.



and Esse knife on bottom side of seat.



First Aid and Trauma kits on back of passengers seat.



because you never know.


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This is the thread winner.


But cool topic and loving the pics! If only I still had my jeep
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Nice jeeps and array of firepower
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The second 700 build I did in 450 bushmaster on my other jeep.

Here's a poser shot .
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I should have held off for an OD green X95.


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Are those the 'Mil-Spec' seat covers in OD Green?
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Originally Posted By Forest:
Originally Posted By Stitches1974:
I should have held off for an OD green X95.


http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae237/Redscale/20160418_185606_zpsidaxzn3l.jpg



Are those the 'Mil-Spec' seat covers in OD Green?


Yes. They're Bartact seat covers.

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Originally Posted By Forest:

How do you like them? I've been thinking of getting a set for my LJ, and OD was my first choice color.
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Originally Posted By Forest:
Originally Posted By Stitches1974:
Originally Posted By Forest:
Originally Posted By Stitches1974:
I should have held off for an OD green X95.


http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae237/Redscale/20160418_185606_zpsidaxzn3l.jpg



Are those the 'Mil-Spec' seat covers in OD Green?


Yes. They're Bartact seat covers.

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How do you like them? I've been thinking of getting a set for my LJ, and OD was my first choice color.


They're expensive, but well worth it. I've had them almost a year now with no issues and there are folks who've had them for 3+ years on Wranglerforum.com with no complaints at all. They're made of a very sturdy fabric ( I.E. dog claws won't phase them ) water proof etc. This video will prove to be more useful in my explanation. Bartact used to be called Trekarmor FYI.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ldaand1N3rU


Better pics as well:


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Originally Posted By The_Floridian:
Not sure about Texas, but just how are you securing that weapon in that easy-to-break-into and no-where-to-hide Jeep?

Jeep guns - the category doesn't exist for a reason. THe only guns in my Wrangler are CCW.
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Guns aside, that's a beautiful jeep, the old CJs will always be my favorites
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Can I ask where you got that mount?
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Originally Posted By Forest:

Sure those aren't from a catalog shoot ?!

They look really nice, especially for covers with a year's worth of wear.


Thanks for the pics and 411, They are definitely the way I'm going to go, much better looking than the Smitty Built Molle seat covers.
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Originally Posted By Forest:

Sure those aren't from a catalog shoot ?!

They look really nice, especially for covers with a year's worth of wear.


Thanks for the pics and 411, They are definitely the way I'm going to go, much better looking than the Smitty Built Molle seat covers.


When you buy the covers, the fronts come with 2 small bags and the rear comes with a large bag to throw stuff in. Have not installed them yet, as I just use the zippered pockets in the covers themselves.
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Originally Posted By Stitches1974:


Yes. They're Bartact seat covers.

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Originally Posted By Stitches1974:
Originally Posted By Forest:
Originally Posted By Stitches1974:
I should have held off for an OD green X95.


http://i975.photobucket.com/albums/ae237/Redscale/20160418_185606_zpsidaxzn3l.jpg



Are those the 'Mil-Spec' seat covers in OD Green?


Yes. They're Bartact seat covers.

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I have the Trek Armor seat covers, company became Bartact. If you call them directly to order, you can get different stitching and usually get a bit of a discount. The stitching costs me about $60 more but the discount pretty much covered it. It also takes a little longer for them to ship. I got mine in about 3 weeks.

I got Black with graphite insert and red stitching.




Link Posted: 4/20/2016 1:37:51 PM EST
I know some people don't consider them to be 'real' Jeeps, but I picked up an '06 diesel Liberty.

I wish I could figure out some useful way to hide an AR and a few mags in it without making it impossible to get to, and without running afoul of any ordinances about loaded mags being too close and accessible to the AR.

Some day......
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Jeeps guns? Or jeeps and guns?


Link Posted: 4/22/2016 8:21:35 AM EST
An AR15 fits nicely on top of the roll bar/sound bar of a JK.
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