Product Preview: CaseCruzer Quick Draw 6 Pack Universal Handgun Case

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posted on July 7, 2015
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Any shooter who has suffered through the burdensome task of juggling multiple handgun cases while taking what would have otherwise been a stress-relieving trip to the range can appreciate the utility of a pistol case that does all the hard work for you. CaseCruzer’s Quick Draw 6 Pack Universal Handgun Case allows the user to store and transport up to six full-size handguns at once, in a container that is rugged, secure and convenient.

Accommodating most semi-automatic pistols between 7” and 9¼” in total length—and revolvers with barrels up to 4” long—the Quick Draw 6 Pack is designed with six singular, rubber-lined slots and a foam-coated lid that prohibit your handguns from dislodging and contacting each other during transit. In addition, the case’s interior features padded alcoves for up to 12 magazines, and there is a cutout in the foam of the unit’s roof for use of an optional reusable desiccant.

Constructed of ultra-tough, injection-molded copolymer polypropylene resin, the Quick Draw 6 Pack is highly impact resistant, airtight, watertight and can withstand temperatures between -40° F and 210° F. The case was also able to endure a 175-lb. magazine editor jumping up and down on it repeatedly with no apparent damage. Available with or without wheels and a pull-out handle, the exterior dimensions of the wheeled case measure 21.26”x16.75”x9.8”3. The box weights 16 lbs. unloaded, and when filled to capacity with guns and spare magazines, the optional wheels and pull handle make for a very handy addition.

Lockable, with high-quality latches and an o-ring seal to deter moisture, CaseCruzer also produced the container to be shockproof with an ambient pressure equalization valve. Equally ideal for leisurely trips to the range and for serious use in a bug-out situation, the CaseCruzer Quick Draw 6 Pack Universal Handgun Case includes an unconditional lifetime warranty. Price: $290 (with wheels). casecruzer.com.

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