Preview: MTM Case-Gard The Mule

posted on March 17, 2024
MTM Case-Gard The Mule

MTM Case-Gard’s product lineup offers no shortage of storage options for ammunition and other essential equipment, but none have ever been as generously sized as The Mule, the company’s new mobile gear crate.

Measuring 43.5" long, 11.5" tall and 14.7" wide—yet weighing only 13 lbs., 1 oz., empty—the stackable, polypropylene Mule provides 81 quarts’ worth of mobile storage, and its two recessed wheels can accommodate up to a 75-lb. load.

Included with the crate is a lift-out tray and a pair of removable dividers that allow the user to personalize its interior to suit his or her needs, and each of the O-ring-sealed Mule’s four latches feature a pair of padlock tabs to help keep the enclosed gear secure.

MSRP is $120. For more information, visit


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