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Bedliners: Gun-related, I swear!

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by Gord, Aug 1, 2007.

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  1. Gord

    Gord Member

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    Hi all,

    I bought a truck about a year ago with a cheesy drop-in bedliner. It wasn't a big issue at the time, living in Southern CA (boooo) but I've recently relocated (yaaay) to a much soggier state - seven or eight good downpours in the month I've been here - and I hear people talking about this strange "snow" stuff that apparently comes from the sky in winter... :neener:

    Anyway, it's time to replace my cheap drop-in with a spray-on bedliner so I don't rust out the bed. My dilemma is this: just about every forum war on the 'net has ended with a decisive victory for Line-X, but I hear that it's very rough, like sandpaper almost, and uncomfortable to crawl around on. One of the things I use my truck bed for is a shooting platform, so I'm often lying prone and scuttling around on my hands and knees looking for ammo and such. I'm not sure my hands or knees would appreciate having the skin scraped off them, nor does wearing holes in a new pair of pants every three days particularly appeal to me...

    So, I'd like to ask some insight from THR :) Who here has a Line-X liner? Is it really that uncomfortable and abrasive? I've heard enough horror stories about Rhino Linings insofar as their durability/fading/warranty issues to prefer to avoid them, but I'm open to suggestions for other liners. Now do me proud - I know there's gotta be at least a few others here who shoot from their trucks :D

    TIA.
     
  2. Larry Ashcraft

    Larry Ashcraft Moderator Staff Member

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    Sorry, OT.

    Good topic for APS.
     
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