Elite Survival Systems Bullpup Rifle Case

posted on December 17, 2013

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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