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Gun Cases for Trap Guns

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Dave P, May 1, 2011.

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  1. Dave P

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    Where does one buy a gun case for a 32" barrel plus an extended choke and the same thing for a 34" barrel? I know Beretta has a 56" double but that's not what I want.. Can anyone help? Just want a softside to go to the club and back. Thanks Dave
     
  2. Rastoff

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    What kind of case and what is the purpose? Air travel? Hard case? Soft case? Is it just for transport in your car?
     
  3. spitter

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    I purposely bought the Browning BT99 cases (1015). I then shaved the height of the support blocks so that closed, one case will hold a BT, 90T, Superposed and Citori... regardless of which gun I choose to shoot, the case will accomodate it.

    Just an idea...

    Jay
     
  4. Auctioneer

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    I found that the person who bought out Warwick makes a great case for all around use.
     
  5. knukes

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    I'll have new riveted construction hard sided trap cases available shortly. Check out my website to see skeet case examples. These cases are similar to NASCO cases with what I think are improvements to the construction and materials. I can build whatever you want. Let me know if you are interested.

    Kerry Newcomer
    BF Cases
     
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    DaveP,

    Last week I wanted a hard case for a TM1 34" but it is 35" W/ choke installed. Just tough enough for the back of the truck to head to the range, not airline or safari use. I found this one last week and am extremely pleased with what I got for the price, shipping was free. Has room for choke and pfs boxes. I put a Perazzi and ATA sticker on it and it made a wonderful Mothers Day gift.

    Anyway, just make your measurements as you have done and then do the reseach what the interior measurments are before you order. Bet you can find one, Bob
     
  7. Leo

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    Americase.com
     
  8. RAScott

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    Call Mick At marmick cases i have an older warwick case and loved it. i now have an americase but they are pretty heavy for everyday use. 877-962-6233
    ill see if i can post a picture of one

    Bob S
     
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    Marmick cases 877-962-6233
     
  10. teddytheyorkie

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    I just got one of the cases from HiGrade guns $120.00 plus shipping. It fits my unsingle with a 32"barrel and extended choke.
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    Mark H
     
  11. Uncle Sam

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    Beretta has just come out with some 56 inch zipper cases that are lined pretty thick and will hold long barreled trap guns nicely but they are new and I am having trouble finding anyone who has them in stock. .......Uncle Sam, Pa.
     
  12. BIG JIM IN BAKERSFIELD

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    The problem with a zippered case is when someone folds it in half. The zipper always fails at the fold. Just thinking out loud... Jim
     
  13. Dave P

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    Sorry to be so late in responding to you guys with your much appreciated suggestions. My original post neglected to include "soft side full zipper(if possible). I haven't found one yet but am looking at a few. Beretta at Gamaliel's looks like a winner in a single 54".
     
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