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My brilliant wall-mounted Nerf-gun rack

Posted by talley_sue_nyc (My Page) on
Mon, Sep 10, 12 at 0:04

(I almost put this on the other thread, but I'm so insanely proud of this that I want to make it stand out!)

I took a "4-sort divider" (a vertical plate rack) like this:

4-sort divider, I mounted this on the side of the bookcase to make horizontal slots for gun!

and mounted it on the side of the bookcase like this:

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And stuck the smaller guns in it, like this!

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You can see a few more pics at my Photobucket album.

http://photobucket.com/Plate-Rack-Nerf-Gun-Storage


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RE: My brilliant wall-mounted Nerf-gun rack

Tally:

It's brilliant! You could even hang some sort of bag or basket for the darts from the lowest rack. Anything that helps kids get moving, that is, running around shooting darts at each other (by having the guns visible and accessible) is best. What a great idea.


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RE: My brilliant wall-mounted Nerf-gun rack

aw, darn, my links broke!

Here they are again.

13. Alternate rack photo 04.  The 05. How I attached the rack

06. Close-up of the cable clamps, thesea re 10. The rack juts out into the window space

Here is a link that might be useful: My Photobucket album


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RE: My brilliant wall-mounted Nerf-gun rack

Very clever! I don't have any nerf gun storage needs but I like the idea of re-purposing the divider thing.


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Oh my gosh, that stuff is so cool! I want some, even though I don't know what I would do with it.


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That's brilliant.


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