InventHelp Inventor Develops New Weapon Carrying System for a Shoulder-Fire Firearm (SGJ-400)
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PITTSBURGH, May 14, 2024 ~ Juneau, Alaska - An inventor from Juneau, Alaska has created a revolutionary new system that allows for hands-free carrying and quick access to a shoulder-fire weapon. The SENTINEL CARRY SYSTEMS, as it is called, was designed to provide convenience and increased preparedness for users.

The patent-pending invention was created by the inventor with the goal of providing a hands-free way to carry and access a rifle or other shoulder-fire weapon. "I wanted to create a hands-free way to carry and access a rifle or other shoulder-fire weapon," said the inventor. "My design ensures that the hands are free to carry other equipment, and it could help the user maintain balance and prevent trips and falls."

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The SENTINEL CARRY SYSTEMS allows for hands-free transport of a rifle or bullpup shotgun with a pistol grip. It also enables the user to easily access the weapon with minimal motions, increasing maneuverability in critical situations. This makes it ideal for hunters, military personnel, law enforcement officers, and individuals who live or work in remote locations where wild predatory animals are typically found.

The original design was submitted to the National sales office of InventHelp and is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers. For more information on this innovative invention, interested parties can write Dept. 22-SGJ-400 at InventHelp's address: 100 Beecham Drive, Suite 110, Pittsburgh, PA 15205-9801 or call (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368. More details about InventHelp's Invention Submission Services can also be found at
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