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Recommend an Inexpensive Break-down O/U Hard Case

Discussion in 'For Sale- Members only' started by Damifino, Apr 20, 2009.

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  1. Damifino

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    Looking for a good break-down case for a 32"bbl O/U shotgun. Just picked up a reasonably priced SKB for my 12y/o son (thanks Mike Batista!). I need a travel case for it that is sturdy but doesn't break the bank.
     
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    Go to the Sportsmans Guide website and check out a case that is pretty much the same as the basic Browning luggage style,,,77 bucks
     
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    hit the website URL above...if you are a member of thier buying club its only 71 bux...i have one and its a darned nice case...it holds my 32" GTI perfect
     
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    EBAY has a couple of SKB hard cases in the 65.00 range at this time. Mark
     
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    Hi-Grade Shooters have some on their home page at the bottom. They are pretty nice for the price.
     
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    If you are looking for a really good case for the money, Warwick is a great deal.

    I could have saved a few bucks, but the quality was worth it and still save $50-70 over others.

    SW
     
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    Reyper about that browning case.. Do you have a pic?
     
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    Damifino:

    I'm Mick McGinley and represent Warwick gun cases. We have cases that will fill your needs in either a cordura covered case or an aluminum case. Cost is cordura $120.00 plus shipping, aluminum is $165.00 Plus shipping and ins. I think you'll find the quality of these cases to be the best for the money spent. If interested contact me at either Area code 608-444-6233 or E-Mail at Twixter@verizon.net.

    Thanks in advance, Mick
     
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    hi mick nice seeing you saturday im voteing for warwick i have had a few nice sturdy and the best price for the quality you get
     
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    Joel Etchens has a pretty decent one here for $55 + 17 shipping. .....Rick
     
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    Thanks everyone!!
     
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