Honda Pioneer/Talon Overhead In-Cab Gun Rack by Kolpin Powersports

SKU: 20078-EHO
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SKU: 20078-EHO
Keep guns safely and securely stored up and out of the way in your Honda Talon with this aftermarket UTV Overhead In-Cab Gun Rack by Kolpin.
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Getting ready for your Honda Talon’s next off-road hunting trip? Consider ordering this Overhead In-Cab Gun Rack by Kolpin. Overhead gun mounts and racks are the best way to safely secure firearms for transport in UTVs or side by sides like the Honda Talon. This overhead gun rack for the Honda Talon is designed to hold two rifles or shotguns. Your guns will be safe and protected with the foam padding and rubber coated ends. This in-cab overhead gun mount is also super easy to install onto or remove from the roof of your Honda Talon’s interior with no tools required. Order this overhead in-cab UTV gun rack for your Honda Talon today!

UTV Overhead In-Cab Gun Rack Features :

  • Adjustable length 20-1/2”-28-1/2” to fit many UTV models (inside of UTV frame)
  • Designed to hold 2 Firearms
  • Rubber coated ends protect the frame
  • Foam padding protects your firearms and provides secure fit
  • No tools required for assembly, easy on / easy off

This product will not fit the Pioneer 500.

Product Fitment

Honda Pioneer
Honda Talon


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