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    Rogue Gun Rack in Studs

    Does anyone have the 6 bar rogue gun rack mounted into studs and not concrete? I didn't realize until after I ordered it that the instructions and hardware requirements only reference mounting to concrete. If you did mount it to studs, what type of hardware did you use? Did you put up a plywood sheet for extra support?
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    Huh? Directions? I don't remember using any directions.... Ever... . I just used some lag bolts. You install 3 in each side, it's more than adequate. Mines through drywall into studs.
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    Originally Posted by rpark View Post
    Huh? Directions? I don't remember using any directions.... Ever... . I just used some lag bolts. You install 3 in each side, it's more than adequate. Mines through drywall into studs.
    Same here. Very easy. I only lagged 2 per side, probably would have done 3 if I had extra lag bolts around but it makes no difference. It isn't holding much.
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    That's what I thought but the guy at Home Depot told me I was crazy and it was too much weight for the studs. I'm just gonna put the damn thing up.
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    Originally Posted by doberman13 View Post
    That's what I thought but the guy at Home Depot told me I was crazy and it was too much weight for the studs. I'm just gonna put the damn thing up.
    The studs support the weight of your house, right? I think they can handle a few extra pounds.
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    Originally Posted by doberman13 View Post
    That's what I thought but the guy at Home Depot told me I was crazy and it was too much weight for the studs. I'm just gonna put the damn thing up.
    He's crazy. They sell the Rubbermaid Fast Track (garage storage rail) that mounts into the studs and says it holds 1750 pounds (althought I'd never want to test that).
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    Mine is up and all good. 3 lags a side - nothing special.
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    Originally Posted by doberman13 View Post
    That's what I thought but the guy at Home Depot told me I was crazy and it was too much weight for the studs. I'm just gonna put the damn thing up.
    Lol. How much does he think full kitchen cabinets weigh, and what does he think is holding that up?
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    Originally Posted by doberman13 View Post
    That's what I thought but the guy at Home Depot told me I was crazy and it was too much weight for the studs. I'm just gonna put the damn thing up.
    Would be fun to ask where the drywall anchors were in the store and ask how much those are rated for.
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    Hmmmmmm. I have the six bar holder and I just used three 2 1/2 inch deck screws on each side. It's been sturdy so far (I've only had a max of three bars on it at a time). Maybe I should switch to bolts instead? What size did everyone use?
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    Originally Posted by swimmer32 View Post
    Hmmmmmm. I have the six bar holder and I just used three 2 1/2 inch deck screws on each side. It's been sturdy so far (I've only had a max of three bars on it at a time). Maybe I should switch to bolts instead? What size did everyone use?
    Meh, mine's held in to 2x4s on a partition wall I put up with 3x 2.5" drywall screws (and washers) on each bracket. I currently store 5 bars on it and it can support more weight without issue. I wouldn't worry about it.
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