Elite Survival Systems Bullpup Rifle Case

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posted on December 17, 2013
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Bullpup rifles offer the advantage of shorter overall length, but are typically taller than their traditional counterparts. Elite Survival Systems now offers a high-quality discreet case that takes into account the bullpup’s unique dimensional aspect ratio and offers excellent protection.

The company’s U.S.-made Covert Operations Discreet Case for Bullpups is designed to fit the IWI Tavor, Steyr AUG/A3, FN FS2000 and similar guns and features 1000-denier-nylon construction with heavy-duty closed cell foam padding.

Hook-and-loop tie-down straps in the main compartment secure the gun-even with an attached optic, bipod, light and magazine-and a protective panel separates it from four built-in internal magazine pouches. Wraparound handles and a detachable shoulder strap ease transport of the 30x13x3½-inch case. Price: $120.

Contact: Elite Survival Systems, Inc.; (866) 340-2778; elitesurvival.com.

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