Installing the Hyskore 30312, 30315, 30316, 30317, & 30318 on the Wall Control Metal Pegboard system

Posted by AJ Koenes on Jan 1st 2021

How well does the Hyskore system work with Wall Control?

Today we install the Hyskore 30312, 30315, 30316, 30317, & 30318 on the Wall Control Metal Pegboard system


So today I'm going to do something new and I'm going to clean up my gun room. As you can see my guns are displayed nicely on the wall there. As nice as it is, it is taken up a bit more room than I would like. So what I'll be doing today is visiting my friends over at hyskore. As you can see, I have a 12 position modular pistol rack. Later videos I'll be doing the magazine and rifle racks, so let's get started. 

So here we are at 95% complete on rearranging the wall. And if you haven't noticed, I'm able to put a few more guns up. And I have a quarter of the wall remaining. I am thoroughly impressed with hyskore and their very convenient organizational systems. So as you can see. Magazines are up there, rifles are down there. On this side, I bought a shelf, the magazines are mounted above likewise. 

Now if you've never used wall control before it's a metal pegboard that's compatible with those regular pegs that you see there, plus they have their own system of pegs that lock in here. They do not move, they are very sturdy, and to adapt to the hyskore system to the wall control pegboard was extremely easy. As you can see for the pistol stand, all I did was buy a shelf. I know you can see that the 50cal is up on the foam right now, that's just because I don't know where it's permanent resting place will be. The convenient thing about Hyskore is you can take a scissors or razor blade to trim these flaps so that your firearms fit snug. I just need to trim that a little flap there from that little piece of foam away there and it'll sit down there. Assembling the double stack pistol rack, was very simple. 

As you can see there I mounted a bracket on this side, one over on this side, a screw holes were properly drilled from Hyskore I had to do no modifications. All I had to do was buy the nuts and bolts and bolt them together in this configuration. Then it just slips right into that wall control slot and it's a sturdy as can be. 

This one is very similar but instead of using the horizontal mount I use the vertical mount. If you can see back there I mounted a vertical stretch all the way down to where the rifle mount is, I did that on both sides. You can see it on the other side of the beta mag there. And by doing one on top of the other, it's extremely sturdy, very reinforced, and works extremely well. All you have to do is adjust the height for the entire system for what ever type of rifle you need. 

I put my shotguns over on here and what I did is I reused the old mounting system that I had created before I had the Hyskore system. It works better for these wider shotguns because they're lareger. The larger barrels and the height better. So I'm able to fit both my shotguns. My hunting rifles, my side by side, my Saiga, and then I have my 3 carbines, ak-47 and 10/22 over on that side. I have the FS 2000 behind the magazines. Over on this side I decided to mount my GSG and calico 9mm

I have to do is get a little shelf for the ultrasonic cleaner works great for carbine parts and pistol parts. That way I can put that off shelf right up underneath the pistol tack and I'll have lots of space available on the bench. That way I can work on things and charge things. Now of course, my tobacco corner is over here, humidor which isn't set up, pipes and accessories. Right now I have my Beowulf .50 with there because I'm working on extraction issues. So there you have it. Thank you very much for watching if you have any questions or comments feel free to leave them in the comment section below. Don't forget to hit that subscribe button and like our page if you need any firearm accessories, check out Cedar Mill Fine Firearms. I'm sure we have a case to fit your firearm.