CaseCruzer Pistol Cases

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posted on October 17, 2011
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CaseCruzer’s pistol carry cases weigh about 3 pounds, 12 ounces with interior foam and measure about 14x12x6.25 inches.

Universal and firearm-specific cases are available, all of which are resistant to solvents, corrosion, fungus and impact damage; are waterproof; and feature automatic ambient pressure equalization valves.

They are fitted with trigger-release latch systems and flanges for padlocks, and use snap-down, rubber over-molded cushion grip handles. The interior designs include snug foam cutouts for handguns and up to three magazines. They meet TSA standards for airline transportation. Models for long arms are available. Price: $98 to $225

Contact: CaseCruzer; (909) 613-1999; www.guncruzer.com.

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