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I know these are made but for some reason, I can't find them. Anyone? The kind of gadget you mount under a desk.
 
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Amazon has some listed as Hold Up Displays Gun Hangers.


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Pistol handgun hanger



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Something like This???

Could be modified to be fastened to the under side of a desk


ETA: Floyd that’s really cool!



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Yes, gotta be completely hidden. It's not for storage. It's for concealment.
 
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Para, something similar to this?



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Yes, like that.


The madhouse design is great but that's more than I intended to spend.
 
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You could make your own with a piece of brass rod and Dip it in plasti dip or just use a dowel.
 
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...or this?

https://madhousedesign.com/product/gcs-single-mount/


I have and use this. Great product.
 
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As an alternative there is a holster that connects via Ram Mounts, what would be good is that you could move the gun and holster from desk to vehicle by having a Ram Mount in your car/truck and one under the desk, a simple twist and you could take the gun in it's holster from one to the other.

Plus seems it'd be a bit more secure in a holster vs on a rod.

If you have kids or grandkids that come over, then it's not going to be secure and you'd sure have to remember to put it up each time you leave the room.

Ram Mount - Dara Holsters
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You could make your own with a piece of brass rod and Dip it in plasti dip or just use a dowel.


3/8" pipe flange and a 90. insert rod. voila!


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Thanks for all the good suggestions. I think I'm going to try the magnet gadget. That looks like just the ticket.
 
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Thanks for all the good suggestions. I think I'm going to try the magnet gadget. That looks like just the ticket.

That magnet gadget barely held my CZ2075 - Loaded Weight ~30 oz. I returned it to Amazon.



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Not the same magnet and in don’t know what the specific one is but I know some folks that use several magnet type holders in various locations with no issue. One is a Ruger Service six loaded with 6 rounds of .357 so that has to be damn near 40oz and I can tell you it held secure.

If you want me to try and figure out the maker let me know.

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I used these magnets in my truck vault.

LOCKDOWN Gun Concealment Magnet

Used Chicago screws to secure them to the vault wall.
One holds a loaded Gen 2 G17 with a +2 extension, another holds 2 loaded 17 rd G17 mags with 147gr Ranger T.
One more holds my LCP.





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When I was considering this the heavy duty near permanent Velcro using a Keydex holster was my leading idea. That Velcro is ridiculously strong easily allowing a draw.
 
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