Hand Gun Display Stands
Museum Signage Systems
Click for video of H-Arm being bent for revolver.
* Great for Hand Guns and other art objects
* Bend yourself for custom fit
* Professional display presentation
* Can be used in many configurations
H-arms can be bent to hold hand guns. The crossbar is about 6" and the end bars are about 4.5". The base is .5" acrylic. *Note: Avoid putting pressure on soldered joints when bending, and it is easier to take the armature out of the base while bending and working with it.
You can see a You Tube video of how to mount a revolver here.
Sometimes a standard size just isn't right. You might want a larger armature or a smaller armature, or maybe you need a stronger upright or a more delicate upright. Whatever your need we can customize or custom build an armature for you.
Custom H-arm Information *H-arm only* *H-arm and base*
We have been fabricating custom artifact displays for 35 consecutive years and our team has a combined 150 years of experience in the field of artifact mount making. If you have questions, need guidance or advise please feel free to call (800-862-9869) or email us.
For an entirely custom armature check out our Custom Mount Making page.
A+ Great seller. Superfast. Love the stand for my DL-44! - D.K.
Excellent product - just what I needed. Great vendor. - S.N. -CA
Displaying Rifles, Hand Guns, & Powder Horns
Fire arms, both rifles and hand guns, are a popular collector’s item. Usually they are pre and post war sporting fire arms, American and foreign military fire arms, and tactical fire arms. Some collect based on how the fire arms were used, some collections will be based on the evolution of the fire arms and others will collect based on a historical era.
There are a number of ways to display fire arms from the typical wall rack to elaborate custom stands.
Art Display Essentials has clear acrylic table top stands for rifles that are sold separately in three sizes to accommodate different size fire arms. Typically a shorter one will be at the stock and the taller one will be at the forestock. By using these combinations you can also get a tiered effect with two rifles. These can be seen here: http://www.artdisplay.com/gun-stands.html
Art Display Essentials also carries wood gun stands that can be seen here:
For mounting hand guns there are other options. Art Display Essentials carries a wood stand that has a post that goes into the magazine to hold the gun. Revolvers have a different type of wood stand that has a wood post on which the barrel rests. These can be seen here:
Another option that has a refined look is to use one of Art Display Essentials H-arms. You can bend the H shaped armature to hold your pistol or revolver the way you want. You can float it off of the base or have the handle sit on the base.
This same H-arm is also used for mounting powder horns and other items of that nature.
For a specific high end stand for your fire arm or powder horn you can have one custom made. 10-31 Inc. has been mounting rifles, hand guns, and powder horns for over 30 years. In 1993, 10-31 was awarded the contract to produce mounts for and install over 2000 historically significant firearms for the National Firearms Museum.
Types of Firearms:
Pistol or handgun including; single shot pistols, revolvers, semi-automatic pistols.
Long guns including; musket, rifled musket, rifle, shot gun, battle rifle, assault rifle, carbine, machine gun, submachine gun, marksman rifle, sniper rifle, anti-material rifle, automatic rifle.
Gun Display Stands