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Best Two Shotgun Case???

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Clayshooter08, Sep 26, 2009.

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  1. Clayshooter08

    Clayshooter08 Member

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    Hey guys, looking for a two gun case to hold my shotguns and be airline approved...I saw a two gun case somewhere and I think it was a "WARWICK" I'm not sure of the name. I want to buy a two gun case????
     
  2. ink ball

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    Americase gun cases are pretty much top of the line, and are airline approved. Will definitely protect your gun(s). I've had several, and have been very pleased with them. Here is a link to their web site.

    http://www.americase.com/pages/casessport.htm
     
  3. miketmx

    miketmx Well-Known Member

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    If you can find one, an older John Hall case worked well and did not weigh a ton.
     
  4. BigJohn270

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    Americase and SKB have done VERY well for me over the years.
     
  5. shooter99

    shooter99 Well-Known Member

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    If you want a great case for travel get a Warwick. I have one since 97 with a ton of miles on it now and it is still in great shape. Get a hold of Mick at twixter@verizon.net,

    608-444-6233
     
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    shooter99 Well-Known Member

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    Most airlines only state a hard side case that is lockable. The lockable part is for TSA also.
     
  7. StonewallRacing

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    Call Mick at Warwick!

    SW
     
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    Pelican!.....been using mine for almost 20 years and it's pretty well everything proof. It's heavy but the new ones have wheels on one end and an handle on the other.
     
  9. Barry C. Roach

    Barry C. Roach Well-Known Member

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    I had two Hall cases broken by the airlines. John replaced both without question but all the guns in those cases were totaled. I have been happy with my NASCO's and Americases. I've not used a Warwick.

    I wouldn't use a plastic bodied case of any kind. I've seen them take a massive hit that damaged the contents but "bounced back" and showed no indication that it had been impacted in any way.
     
  10. spitter

    spitter Well-Known Member TS Supporters

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    I'd 2nd the Pelican cases... I use the one-gun takedown case, but they make a two gun, as was said - with wheels and handle - lifetime warranty and allegedly used by Navy SEALs and can be run over by a tank! They have reinforced locking tabs, a pressure release valve with O-Ring seal...

    With my particular case, it used a flat, tight cell foam, that I outlined my guns in chalk and used an electric knife to cut out the foam, so the guns are encased and then sandwiched between inner/outer foam with absolutely no movement or chance or abrasion... I also cut out small squares for accessories.

    regards all,

    Jay
     
  11. Twixter

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    Clayshooter08

    You have PM
    Mick
     
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