Go-Magnet: The Ultimate Gun Magnet on the Market

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USA -(Ammoland.com)- GO-Magnets first released its revolutionary firearms magnet product two years ago and continues to provide innovative ways for gun owners to conveniently display, organize, and store guns.

The company has earned its reputation as the best performing gun magnet on the market while keeping its production right here in the United States.

GO-Magnet Gun Magnet

The Texas owned company was founded by a U.S. Army Veteran who handcrafted the GO-Magnet design while focusing on the strength and versatility of the product. A single GO-Magnet will easily hold an object weighing up to 15lbs; allowing for endless storage solutions.

A GO-Magnet allows you to conveniently store any size handgun within seconds while securely holding your gun to any steel surface. The GO-Magnet gives gun owners on-the-go protection while offering fast access to the handgun. Each GO-Magnet comes with a steel mounting plate designed to offer a quick storage solution while riding in your vehicle, sitting at your desk, and even at bedside.

The mounting plates are designed to be installed on wood or plastic surfaces in order to make them compatible with the GO-Magnet. The GO-Magnet itself is coated in a soft rubber-like substance to prevent any damage to weapons while providing a serious hold to keep your gun safe from slipping or sliding.


Another notable feature allowing for modular use, in multiple locations, is the two-sided magnetic force of the GO-Magnet. GO-Magnets makes it easy to modify your storage solutions with the option to leave the magnet on the plate or to flip it over, attach it to your gun, and take it with you. As the premier low-profile magnetic retention system, they allow for a clean presentation that is ideal for confined or tight spaces.

GO-Magnets has proven itself to be the premier choice for gun magnets. GO-Magnets has reached 250,000 likes on Facebook and continues to grow daily. This considerable achievement is a testament to the overall success and high rating of the American Made company.


About GO-Magnets:

In early 2014, the creator of GO-Magnets set out to find a way to display guns inside his vault without having ugly peg boards or pockets. He wanted to be able to organize and reorganize the display as necessary as items were purchased or sold. He was unable to find an existing product that would meet his expectations, so he set out to make his own.

The result was GO-Magnet. With a unique design and materials combination, he created a gun magnet that is virtually unmatched in strength. GO-Magnets can firmly hold even the heaviest of pistols yet still be removed from a steel surface with only two fingers. The American-made GO-Magnet is available starting at $13.99.

For more information about GO-Magnets, visit their website.


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Wayne Clark

When I first saw these (or this idea) I was thinking an old car speaker magnet could be rigged to do this. They’re a little on the thick side but under a table or desk, that shouldn’t matter. A flat Strong-Tie piece of metal screwed to table or desk, would allow mobility of the magnet.

Wayne Clark

Mark Are, that’s EXACTLY why I don’t jog! You must be psychic!

Mark Are

I have been using high powered neodymium small 1 1/2″ square with a counter sunk hole in the middle and a plastic friction fit cover for hiding pistols for a long time. Under a counter, under the kitchen table, under the keyboard shelf on the computer…they are great! His idea would put holes in my BMW that I don’t want.


Where do you purchase your magnets?
Not that $14 is alot for a super-strong Go Magnet.

Lee Hubbard

Ha! The gun coming loose from the magnet…. not happening! I’ve had one for over a year, in use in my truck and it sticks like gorilla glue. HOWEVER, A magnet will not keep your favorite weapon in a perfect presentation position. The weapon will slip to an at rest position every time. Just make sure before positioning the gun magnet, you know where the at rest position is for your weapon.So be aware of this draw back. Otherwise a good to go to mount system.


I just knew when I saw the holes with the metal grommets that these magnets were developed for us poor folk that drove beater trucks, and cars that don’t care about drilling holes in the metal, or plastic doors, or dashes, but if you choose not to use screws you can rely on the power of the magnet to hold your loaded pistol until maybe you hit a pot hole and it bounces around and shoots you in the foot, or maybe it causes that vasectomy you’ve been thinking about. I got it, I can use it on the fridge… Read more »

Wayne Clark

Just thinking outloud…but have you ever pulled a screwdriver across a magnet to grab a screw that fell into an unreachable area? What happens if the slide gets magnetized & you’re using steel cased cartridges? You can pull any firearm loose with two fingers? What happens if you have a wreck? Now you have a loaded pistol (probably cocked & locked) flying around the cab of your car/truck, slapping people in the head, ready for something to lodge in the trgger well & start firing randomly…
Ok, got a little carried away…or did I? Hmmmmm

Mark Are

Quit thinking out loud…What if’s are for ever aspect of life. What if a 747 flies over and drops it’s wheel off on your head while you are out jogging?


Just thinking out loud, what if your favorite carry sidearm is one of those plastic and stainless steel wonders made now days. Go-magnet $14, two screens in the dash of your new truck priceless. Sidearm not sticking to that go-magnet thing you just installed, dam. Ah just toss piece over in passenger seat and look for it latter when you really need it.