Pretty cool idea.
was browsing Youtube last night looking at shooting competitions and found this gentleman. I am in the same position he is in and saw his style of carrying a handgun. I must say I was immediately attracted and then began a search for it to see if it was something he made special or bought. Turns out he is the designer and saler of this item. If there are any INGO members out there that are confined to a chair take a look at this video and website. it seems like an EXCELLENT way to carry. this method is also approved by multiple shooting competition regulations. he is also using a blackhawk serpa holster with retention button. I spoke to him today and will be ordering my mount in next couple of days for both of my wheelchairs!
Pretty cool idea.
I agree, cool idea... There is a guy that has shot IDPA with us up in Atlanta, that uses a similar rig. Never looked at it good, so don't know it 'home rig' or what, but works for him.
Greg / Grizhicks
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Functional, and all... but if I were in a chair, I'd have a motion-sensitive minigun mounted on that sucker. 360 degree swivel, hundreds of rounds fed from down below the seat, WWII nose art on the back of the seat... Yeah, baby.
ETA: And a ROCKET LAUNCHER.
Very neat concept, while I was wheelchair bound I carried in a side pouch on a backpack that I kept hung on the back of my wheelchair, and let me tell ya, it was very awkward to draw from.
Something like this would had been a much better solution.
That's Brilliant. Perfect solution for a unique problem thanks for sharing.
still figuring out how to add small wings and Javelin Missiles
Last edited by .452browning; 08-13-2011 at 22:51.
also id like to add that i learned you can use the pistol mount to have a magazine carrier from blackhawk
That looks great, and if you want to OC you just can leave the cover at home.