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FS John Hall Two Gun Case

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by jhh, Apr 1, 2010.

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  1. jhh

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    John Hall case for two guns, 34" bbls. Note that the latch/lock in the center is attached with bolts and nuts so has likely been replaced or worked on. It works as a latch only as the latch will open on any numbers. $100.00 + shipping, advise your zip for shipping quote. Regards, John Hancock
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    i would like this case if it is still for sale. Joe Nelson 83335
     
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    These cases can be made very secure. I peeled back the lining in the top of mine and installed a piece of duralum angle. I then drilled through the top (next to the latch) and installed a hasp (loop). Now when I leave the case in the car I place a small chain around the case and through the loop and secure it with a lock to the tie-down in the back of the Yukon. This makes a "smash and grab" impossible and, unless someone has a bolt cutter, makes the case impossible to remove from the car without opening the lock.
     
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    Mine has lasted since the 70s and with a lot of different smoke poles. However, the original case by John Hall had a smooth surface. Later another company, I believe Hastings, bought the right to make and sell them and the surface of those cases was pebbled (for lack of a better term) and they did not have the lifetime as the original. A good, clean, sound original should last a lifetime with reasonable care......breakemall......Bob Dodd
     
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    Joe, Sent you an e-mail, I get your okay on shipping and address will send the case out, however can't get to it till Monday.

    Others interested, I think I have another couple of these cases, will have to find them, will post when I do. Thanks, John Hancock
     
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    Reason John went to textured cover in lieu of clear gloss cover is to hide imperfections when they come out fo the mold. When you mold something like that you do not get them to come out perfect on a continuous basis. It did not lessen the integrity of the product as it was and still is a great case.
     
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