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Wanted - Light Case for Trap Special

Discussion in 'Want to Buy/Trade Threads' started by dverna, Mar 9, 2009.

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  1. dverna

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    Looking for a recommendation for a case for a TS Combo. The Americase is heavier than I want for daily use.

    I do not need one that a gorilla can bounce around. I have an aluminum checker plate case for airline use.

    Thanks,

    Don Verna
     
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    Don:

    I'm Mick McGinley with Warwick gun cases. We have very nice Cordura cases which are much lighter than the Americase. These cases are very well built, and are the best cases for the money on the market. Take a look at the cases we have on Warwickguncase.com and click on the picture of the cases. If I can be of further asistance, please call me at 608-444-6233, or E-Mail me at Twixter@verizon.net. Thanks in advance, I'll be waiting to hear from you.

    Mick
     
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    I got tired of lugging around the various hard cases I have. For just going to and from the car to go to the club, I use a Boyt break down soft case. Offers decent protection and much easier to handle. I just break it down, wipe off, slide it in those treated socks and into the case. I believe they make one for a two barrel set.

    For trips and more rugged travel, I will sure be looking at Warwick cases.
     
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    I've got a surplus Perazzi combo case, old style. 150 delivered
     
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