Preview: Bone-Dri Handgun 2.0

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posted on October 9, 2022
Bone-Dri Handgun 2.0

The Bone-Dri series of moisture-absorbing firearm cases provides convenient transportation of your guns while also helping prevent the formation of damaging rust, and the Handgun 2.0 is the line’s dedicated pistol product.

Its main compartment measures 13.5"x8.5" with an internal divider—spacious enough to accommodate two full-size handguns and/or a variety of other sundry shooting supplies—and the company’s patented Absorbits desiccant is sewn into the outer walls of the case to wick away moisture before it can reach your guns.

The 800D nylon Handgun 2.0 also has a row of MOLLE-compatible loops inside for customization. Suggested retail pricing is $58 each. For more information, please visit bone-dri.com.

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