SHOT Show 2020: Pelican Cargo Cases

posted on January 27, 2020
Pelican Products, known for its extensive line of carrying cases sized for items ranging from electronics to firearms, announced the rollout of a completely new lineup of Cargo Cases for 2020. Building on the company's collection of protective storage equipment designed to fit a range of valuable items, the Pelican Cargo Case lineup is offered in multiple sizes, each designed for use inside or outside a vehicle. One of the main goals of this all-new cargo lineup was to provide consumers with a cargo-carrying option that didn't require drilling into a vehicle's exterior for secure storage. Thanks to the company's mounting system, these Pelican Cargo Cases require no permanent modifications to your vehicle.

For more details on this all-new cargo-case lineup from Pelican, check out our American Rifleman First Look video above.


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