This rifle hard case is 1300 long, 315 wide – this guy will hold all but the longest of rifles.
A hard case makes sense for a couple of reasons –
- You can pack stuff on top of it
- You won’t crush it
- You can fly with it
- It’s hard.
Sure, I could also get you a Pelican or Nanuk for around three times the price, but I doubt your gun will know the difference.
This rifle hard case is the one we will generally put all our rifle builds into.
I actually have both hard and soft cases, but a hard case is the one I grab when there is any significant travel involved. Once you use one for a while, you realise the advantages.
The ability to put the rifle hard case on the floor of the truck, and then stuff on top of it, not only means better organisation, but it also means the rifle case is out of sight for anyone who decides to have a look into the rear of the truck while you are out and about. A soft gun case generally has to sit on top of everything else, and a couple of them tend to flop around the tray.
A hard rifle case, or at least, a lockable one, is also required for airline travel – and I have heard that a soft case with a padlock on it won’t cut it.
- Pluck n Pick Foam Insert
- Wheels on the bottom
- Handle on side
- Air pressure release valve
Legend Rifle Hard Case
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