Product Preview: Lakewood Scoped Rifle Case

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posted on December 14, 2018
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Top-loading by design, the Scoped Rifle Case from Lakewood Products secures most traditional scoped rifles within its soft-sided, yet reinforced, shell without the need to “expand” for access to firearms. Its design helps remove the potential for scratching expensive vehicle interiors, while providing a look more indicative of a musical instrument case. Approved by the TSA and weighing 10 lbs. empty, the case measures 49"x4"x11" overall and includes four D-rings, a shoulder strap and carry handles. A handy pocket provides space for accessories. Camouflage patterns are available. Price: $199. Contact: Lakewood Products; (800) 872-8458; lakewoodproducts.com.

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