4Bros AR-15 Rifle Wall Hanger
Our 3D-printed AR-15 Rifle Wall Hanger is designed to allow any AR-15 with a mil-spec dimension lower receiver to be mounted horizontally to any 2" x 4" framed wall with three 3/16" diameter by 2 3/4" long Cabinet Screws. Unlike some similar mounts, the screw holes for this mount are in a linear pattern, allowing all mounting screws to be anchored directly in a stud for maximum strength.
The rifle mounts to the hanger using the Magwell and locks in place using the magazine release button. To remove the rifle, you depress the magazine release and lift the rifle up off the mount. While many aftermarket lowers, such as billet lowers, will work with this mount it is designed specifically for mil-spec lowers. The depth of the hanger will allow most rifles to come completely free from the hanger without touching the wall.
The hardware required to mount the hanger through a 1/2" sheet of drywall and a standard 2 x 4 stud is included with each Wall Hanger. Also included is a drill template for the three holes required to mount the hanger. You will need a 3/32" drill bit to drill the pilot holes and an extended T15 bit to drive the screws into the wall.
Our Wall Hanger is made from PETG, a polymer known for its durability as well as its elasticity. This means the block is less likely to chip or break compared to other polymers, it is stiff enough to provide the strength needed to support your rifle but is not brittle like some other plastics.
This is a must-have for anyone who owns an AR-15 and wants to safely hang it on a wall
Please note, we will only have a limited number of AR-15 Rifle Wall Hangers available at any given time. If they are out of stock, they will not be available for backorder. These are a fun adventure for us and will not be sold in a manner that impacts our holster order lead times.
Mounting instructions are as follows:
1. Find your preferred mounting location on a wall with enough room left and right to clear your rifle. We suggest putting your block in an empty/cleared rifle and testing the area by hand prior to drilling.
2. Using a stud finder, locate the stud per the stud finder directions. Use a standard #2 pencil to mark each edge of the stud.
3. Center the included drill template on the stud and level the template. You can use painter's tape to hold the drill template in place.
4. Drill the three holes with a 3/32" drill bit about 2" deep.
5. Using the center mounting hole in the block, insert the mounting screw and start the screw into the wall. Snug the screw, but do not tighten it all the way.
6. Level the block by using a small level on the top of the block and adjust it to suit.
7. Start the top and bottom screws next, and do not tighten them all the way yet.
7. Check to see if the block is level by setting the level across the top of the block again.
8. Tighten the center screw only while maintaining the location of the block to keep it level. Adjust as needed
9. Verify the block is level and then tighten the top and bottom screws,
***Do not overtighten the screws, they are stronger than the plastic and they could damage the block.***
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We like to try and test the products we 3D print to failure. Although not "perfectly scientific", We mounted the block to a 2" x 4" using the three screws we include with each block, placed lead weight in a bucket, and reached 125 pounds easily. We used wheel weights and a WeiHeng WH-C 300 Scale. It is hard to see, but the bucket is about 1/4" off the floor.
We ran out of room in the bucket for more lead, so we actually had to stand on the bucket to get the block to fail. The last reading we saw on the gauge before it broke was 186 pounds, but it was still together at that time. We are estimating the block broke somewhere near the 225 to 250 range.