Triple K Saddle Leather Rifle Scabbard

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posted on October 6, 2011
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Proving that saddle leather isn’t just for cowboys, the Triple K Brand Fleece-Lined Saddle Leather Rifle Scabbard secures a rifle or carbine in a tough, padded case. The scabbard measures 48x11 inches, to fit scoped rifles up to 46 inches in length, and has a zippered integral hood to keep out the elements.

It is made of heavy, top-grain saddle leather in brown or plain finishes and features a non-absorbent fleece lining. Dual, solid-brass belt buckles and leather straps secure the case to either a saddle, ATV or other hardware. The Fleece-Lined Scabbard is made in the United States. Price: $315.

Contact: Triple K Manufacturing Co; (619) 232-2066; www.triplek.com.

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