Designed to be mounted out of sight in a closet or behind a door, the Mag-Fast AR-15 Mount provides secure storage of, and fast access to, your AR-15. Mounting to a wall or other flat surface by means of the included hardware, the Mag-Fast secures the rifle to itself by extending up into the magazine well, while the bolt is locked back, and engaging the upper receiver. In order to access the rifle, unlock the Mag-Fast using one of the two keys that come with the unit and then depress the magazine release in order to release the gun. The mount works with any AR-15-pattern rifle that accepts 5.56x45 mm NATO magazines and uses a mil-spec-diameter bolt carrier group. Machined from billet 6061-T6 aluminum, the Mag-Fast is robustly built and weighs 7 lbs. Price: $260. Contact: Mag-Fast, (919) 636-6595; mag-fast.com.
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