Here's the spec sheet on the SEMA custom Badlands

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2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door by Ford Motor Company
Weekender concept highlights how a Bronco can convert from weekday workhorse to weekend beast in a couple of hours with simple tools - and back again”

Base Vehicle 2021 Ford Bronco Badlands Sasquatch 2-Door • 2.7L V6 EcoBoost engine • 10-speed automatic transmission

Chassis 4WP 2” adjustable Performance Suspension (2.5 Forged Performance Series front and rear coilover shocks / Performance Series upper control arms)

Wheels and Tires Fuel Off Road Warp Beadlock (17” x 9”) wheels • Nitto Trail Grappler M/T (315/70/17) tires

Exterior Ford HD Modular front bumper customized for winch application • Ford custom rear bumper • Ford custom weekender front and rear fenders • Ford custom door replacement panel • Ford modified Badlands grille • Ford custom trail sights • Ford rock sliders with custom stirrup • Ford custom ‘soundwave’ graphics • WARN Industries Xenon 10S winch • RIGID lights • Bestop Trektop soft top roof with sides removed • GoPro Max • HiLift jack • Ford Bronco dune flag mounted on custom bracket

Interior Ford Accessories (Soundbar on rear header by Harman / Off-road assistance kit by DC Safety / First Aid kit by DC Safety / Premium organizer kit by DC Safety) • Ford Bronco custom colored bolt heads • Ford custom 3D printed interior grab handles • Fire extinguisher • Ford custom BYOD bar with custom items • Marmot bags and tent

Created by: Ford Motor Company Dearborn, MI www.ford.com

Built by: Special Projects, Inc. Plymouth, MI
 

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Also there is a pretty cool 360 degree interior view of the actual SEMA concept interior in this link too.
Im curious about the pocket(s) in that top. It almost looks like a rifle scabard, and if it is, consider me sold. The hunting crowd will go bonkers.

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Im curious about the pocket(s) in that top. It almost looks like a rifle scabard, and if it is, consider me sold. The hunting crowd will go bonkers.
Hard to say the intent of the pockets, but they're definitely not large enough to be rifle scabbards.

I'm also on the look out for some kind of rifle rack for my Bronco. Where we'll be going there are sometimes wild pigs running around, and I've had the bad experienced of getting treed by a boar while trail biking. Not fun.

There's bound to be something aftermarket. I've looked at behind-the-seats hanging solutions and overhead racks that might work. But my wife, being the ever more intelligent of the two of us, has suggested we just use holsters and carry our handguns instead.
 
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Hard to say the intent of the pockets, but they're definitely not large enough to be rifle scabbards.
Scabbard. Singular, not plural. I have one that has two 8-10" pockets that cradle both ends of a short/modular modern sporting carbine.
 

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Great thread. Thank you for posting!
The 360 viewer is great. And it’s made with an actual Bronco, not CG. (y)
 

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Im curious about the pocket(s) in that top. It almost looks like a rifle scabard, and if it is, consider me sold. The hunting crowd will go bonkers.

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They look like appliquéd mesh pockets with zippers to me. Not much volume in a slash pocket like that so storage would be limited to small objects. Cool nonetheless!

That 360° view is cool.
 

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Im curious about the pocket(s) in that top. It almost looks like a rifle scabard, and if it is, consider me sold. The hunting crowd will go bonkers.

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these are just mesh zipper pockets. My Bestop soft top has them. They’re good for small items like sun glasses, your registration, etc.
 

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Scabbard. Singular, not plural. I have one that has two 8-10" pockets that cradle both ends of a short/modular modern sporting carbine.
Eh, I just thought it was pictures of four pockets on opposite sides of the cab, meaning 2 scabbards total.

Regardless, they're just pockets, they're stitched completely into the headliner. Googlebox says Ford's policy on adding anything firearm related to their vehicles from the factory is: "No. We don't."
 

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Im curious about the pocket(s) in that top. It almost looks like a rifle scabard, and if it is, consider me sold. The hunting crowd will go bonkers.

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these are just mesh zipper pockets. My Bestop soft top has them. They’re good for small items like sun glasses, your registration, etc.
 

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Regardless, they're just pockets, they're stitched completely into the headliner. Googlebox says Ford's policy on adding anything firearm related to their vehicles from the factory is: "No. We don't."
Well considering Bestop made the top, not Ford, it might be possible that since it is a SEMA concept, they put some "extra" into their cobtribution. Look at the Dodge/Line-X/Jesse James SEMA entry. That's a nice little Barrett .50bmg on a handy pop up bipod.

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Oh lord please tell me that square flares will be an option in the future, that looks so much better than round plastic wheel arches.

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