Discrete Defense Solutions Launches .308 Rifle Truck Mount

At first glance, I would never buy one of these. Now, after stewing for a few days, I feel utterly compelled to build a .308 just for the mount.

Discrete Defense Solutions has announced the release of their AR10 Truck Mount, a mount designed to allow mounting of a .308 rifle in a truck or similar vehicle. The mount does not require tools and is available for a variety of vehicles.(note, vehicle would require space between center console and seat for comfortable mounting).

Description from Discrete Defense:

  • Installs easily with no tools.  Just open the Console Lid, place inside, and shut lid!
  • Console Clasp fits between Console Lid and side.
  • Made from durable .093″ Kydex.
  • Easily removed and stowed when not in use.
  • Holds your AR 10 Style or M1 Rifle securely against your truck console.
  • Remove or replace Rifle in seconds by sliding Magazine into, or out of the Mount.
  • Prevents Rifle and Optics from getting bumped and banged around the truck.
  • Models available for most modern Trucks and SUV’s.
  • Works with standard GI Mags or PMAGs
  • Passenger Side is suggested, but Driver Side is available and works well as Spare Magazine Holder.
  • Patent Pending

Those interested can check the product demo video out and purchase on their website for $35.00


Full Press Release:

Discrete Defense Solutions announces AR10 Truck Mount product

Larned, Kansas, March 26, 2015 –

Discrete Defense Solutions announces the release of new AR-10 truck mount designed to securely hold one’s AR-10 or M1 rifle in a truck next to the driver’s or passenger’s seat. This product was created in response to customer requests after our AR-15 truck mount was released recently. The necessary modifications were made in an ongoing effort to create accessories that aide in concealed carry and personal defense.

“The AR-10 truck mount works just like the AR-15 truck mount. It offers the features a gun owner needs in a product of this type. It can be easily installed by simply opening the console lid, placing the mount inside, and shutting the console. No tools are required as the clasp fits easily into this space, and it may be removed and stored when it isn’t needed. Accessing the weapon isn’t difficult either, as the rifle can be easily removed and replaced in a matter of seconds. All one needs to do is slide the magazine out of or into the weapon mount,” Bob Rein, spokesperson for Discrete Defense Solutions, explains.

The mounts are customized based on what truck and console the customer has. Individuals unable to locate a mount for their vehicle model need to contact the company for further assistance, as Discrete Defense Solutions strives to create solutions for any make and model, although some require modifications.

“Individuals frequently wedge their AR between the console and the seat, which often leads to the magazine sliding down to the floorboard. As one cannot control road conditions, a new option was needed, and this is where the AR-15 truck mount was borne. Now, we’re following it up with an AR-10 model. Discrete Defense Solutions does want consumers to understand, however, that the truck mount isn’t designed for a loaded rifle.

In addition to the new AR-10 truck mount, Discrete Defense Solutions provides hand-crafted custom pistol holsters manufactured using durable Kydex. One may select from inside the waist band (IWB) and outside the waist band (OWB) conceal carry holster designs, with all being made in the United States. Individuals choosing these products find they offer superior comfort as compared to other conceal carry holsters, since they are custom formed to the gun owner’s sidearm of choice.

“Discrete Defense Solutions supports the right of individuals to bear arms. The company strives to make doing so easier for all and provides a wide variety of products to help individuals keep their personal defense and conceal carry weapons on hand. Our products are very popular with law enforcement officials and military personnel. We hope the general public gets on board soon too,” Rein states.

About Discrete Defense Solutions:

Discrete Defense Solutions supports the right of all citizens to bear arms and provides products designed to allow them to do so with great comfort. Many existing holster products fail in this area, which led to the company working to create and launch new products designed for carrying and transporting rifles. The goal remains to eliminate any discomfort one may experience when carrying or transporting a personal weapon. Products made by Discrete Defense Solutions are ready to be worn on a daily basis, 24/7.

For more information about the AR-10 mount, visit http://discretedefensesolutions.com/shop/vehicle-accessories/ar10-truck-console-mount/

Contact Info:
Bob Rein
Discrete Defense Solutions
ph: 620-521-7025

Nathan S

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


  • noob

    That’s very elegant. Do you need to secure the weapon out of sight when you leave the vehicle?

    • Drew

      Depends what state you are in. Here in GA, your vehicle is considered an extension of your property (house) so you can leave it just like it is in the photo.

      • Giolli Joker

        And what is inside is a valuable extension of your property, a broken glass away from becoming someone else’s property…

        • lol

          It would be pretty cool if they gave it an ignition lock, so the keys have to be in the ignition and turned before release.

          • Bill

            Or the same type of locking mechanism used in gun racks in police cars, excepting there’d need to be some mod to keep the perp from just opening the center console and taking rifle, rack and all.

      • dan citizen

        And how does that keep people from stealing the rifle?

        • Drew

          I never recommended doing it, i just said you could legally speaking.

          • dan citizen

            Agreed, also in different areas, leaving a rifle in a truck can be a very different proposition.

            I have lived where it was quite safe to do.

      • DIR911911 .

        if you don’t want it to be there when you get back.

  • Andrew Hobby

    “Discrete” defense solutions…?

    “You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.”

  • Giolli Joker

    Basically a kydex re-purposed cup holder?
    I thought it was an April fools’ joke but I see that the press release is from last week…
    Is that a Hummer H2? It tends to add points in the “Discretion” department. 😛

    • sianmink

      Do you even operate, bro?

      • Giolli Joker

        Sorry, you’re right, it’s a tactically re-purposed kydex cup holder.

      • s

        A video on the Discreet website shows a guy who says “Here is how your OPERATE the truck mount…”


      • Nick

        You won!

  • wetcorps

    Wait, it’s not an April fools’ joke?

  • Don Ward

    Right by the cup holders so you can spill coffee over it. Also great for impressing friends whom you give a lift to because everyone likes buckling up next to a potentially loaded firearm pointed at their left foot. It is also a hit with law enforcement. “Why no officer, this rifle isn’t loaded and I’m not in violation of Washington state RCWs. Here, let me show you…”

    • dan citizen

      You just add a few squirts of the latest tactical lube to your coffee and when it spills it helps with rifle maintenance.

      • Don Ward

        Fifty years from now I shall reminisce about the old days of the Internet comment sections…

        “I cherish the memories of a question my grandson asked me the other day when he said, ‘Grandpa, were you a troll in the flame war?’ Grandpa said ‘No… but I served in a company of trolls.'”


        • Bill

          I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. Troll ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion. I watched C-beams glitter in the dark near the Trollhauser gate. All those moments will be lost in time… like tears in rain…

        • dan citizen

          We weren’t born trolls, our parents didn’t look down into our cribs and silently wish that we would grow up to fight the long fight. In grade school we didn’t create out of proportion crayon drawings illustrating a dream to join trolldom.

          No. It was thrust upon us by the heavy hand of fate. But did we wince and shy from this burden? NO! We picked up that load, shouldered it, and ran, ran carrying that soul rotting load as if it were the most precious of prizes.

          Am I proud to be a troll? Yes, I am, for if not me, who? I troll so that my sons and daughters will never have to, and so that my grandchildren will look upon my desecrated grave and ask….

          “Mommy, what are trolls? And why did grandpa suck so bad?”

          And she will say:

          “Shut up and keep scraping, you can still read the family name”

  • dan citizen

    I couldn’t find the rifle in the pictures, could someone point it out for me?

  • Andrew

    There is something to be said about securing heavier items in your vehicle so that they do not become a projectile in an accident….I would hate to see what an unsecured rifle (extremely large pistol) could do to the occupants in a 35+ mph accident.

    At least they don’t charge a lot for it.

  • Lance

    Do they make one for 5.56mm mags???

    • noob

      indeed they do. the ar15 version was their product before this one and is available through their website.

  • shasbot

    I can see this being useful for hunting trips, more discreet (when not in use) than something like a rear window gun rack for a truck.

  • VolkCNC

    I jam my truck gun between the seat and console right now. I’ve always thought about making up some sort of more secure mount. I like it!