Benchmaster’s New Slider Gun Rack


If you’re looking for a way to store your handguns in a ready position, the new WeaponRAC Slider Gun Rack from Benchmaster may be your answer. It fits most models and holds onto metal surfaces with a pair of strong magnets. You can even use this to keep your defensive weapon of choice upright and quickly accessible within your gun safe. The surface that comes in contact with your gun is cushioned and it’s held securely in place, according to the manufacturer.

MSRP not yet listed for this particular model. Other WeaponRAC storage systems range between $29.99 and $49.99.

From Benchmaster:

With each news-media story of the latest home invasion, gun owners are reminded of why they keep their personal security in their owns hands. However, just having a pistol or handgun offers little security or protection if a homeowner can’t easily access the gun in a crisis situation.

The WeaponRack Slider Gun Rack is the newest innovation in handgun storage. Designed to handle almost all models of pistols and revolvers, this new Slider Gun Rack from Benchmaster’s Weapon Rack line attaches to any metal surface and holds your firearm in a ready position. Two strong magnets allow the Slider Gun Rack to attach to a gun-safe wall or any metal where you want quick and easy access to your firearm.

The Slider Gun Rack fits most all pistols and handguns, and like all Benchmaster WeaponRack products, it keeps your weapon protected. These products contain no latex, have extreme low water absorption, excellent chemical resistance and are impervious to rot, mold & mildew. Proudly made in the USA, Weapon Rack products are lightweight and feature high strength and great shock absorption.

Protecting your guns with custom cushion storage while providing quick and easy access by attaching to any metal, the Weapon Rack Slider Gun Rack is designed to meet the needs of modern-day home protection.

For more information or to order the Benchmaster Weapon Rack Slider Gun Rack, visit



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  • Don Ward

    As a bonus, the magnets remove impurities in your firearm and strengthens its thaumatic field.

    • Andrew

      Ah yes, the mythical G7. Happy Easter, guys.

    • Simcha M.

      Very witty!