Seahorse Single Pistol Case

posted on June 13, 2013


Seahorse’s American-made Single Pistol Case has precut foam that is designed to accommodate a semi-automatic handgun or revolver, as well as an additional magazine, ammunition, ear plugs or miscellaneous items in two other compartments.

Featuring polypropylene construction and an O-ring, the case is crush-resistant, watertight and airtight; there’s also a built-in automatic pressure purge system. Dual latches, along with padlock holes, ensure it remains closed and secure.

The case’s exterior measures 10.78x 9.75x4.83 inches, and it weighs 2 pounds, 10 ounces. It is available in four colors options. Price: $61.

Contact: Seahorse Protective Equipment Cases; (626) 339-6673;


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