Preview: Birchwood Casey Single Gun Case 36"

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posted on February 9, 2022
Birchwood Casey Single Gun Case

Birchwood Casey, long known for its targets and range-support equipment, is now offering an economical firearm transportation solution as well. With a main compartment measuring 35"x13", the new Single Gun Case 36" is a padded soft case large enough to accommodate most tactical carbines, bullpups and large-format pistols, and internal sleeves and tie-downs help keep the gun secure during transit.

Made from durable 600-denier polyester, the case also features three external pouches for the storage of magazines, ammunition or sundry shooting supplies, sections of MOLLE-compatible webbing to allow for additional pouches to be added and a pair of padded shoulder straps for use during longer hauls.

The suggested retail price on the Birchwood Casey Single Gun Case is $70. For more information, visit birchwoodcasey.com.

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