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Hello,
I'm new to this site, and to the encore rifle, I just got my second barrel for it and I'm trying to figure out a way to store the loose barrells, with the scope attached, when they aren't mounted.
Any help would be appreciated.
 

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They can easily be stored horizontally on the old fashoned wall mounted gun rack!

That's what we do here!
 

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Al G19 said:
Hello,
I'm new to this site, and to the encore rifle, I just got my second barrel for it and I'm trying to figure out a way to store the loose barrells, with the scope attached, when they aren't mounted.
Any help would be appreciated.
I did not like doing that so I bought a frame for each of my barrels. :)

But when I had several barrels I would store them in my gun safe muzzle down to protect the scopes. :D
 

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In my "Gun Room"(closet devoted to guns and a Gun Safe) I secured a 1x4x36 to the wall and drilled holes in it at appropriate intervals to clear the scopes on each barrel and inserted a 4 inch piece of dowel rod that fit snug in the holes. I did give the dowel rods a slight upward angle. Total cost maybe $3.50.

Steve E...............
 

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I used rifle cases

Since I have two frames and four barrels (soon to be 5 or is it 6) all scoped I put one assembled and 1 extra barrel in each case. A double scoped rifle case will hold an assembled rifle with two barrels and their forends.

Mike H
 
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