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Warwick Gun Cases

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by Joe Woods, Jan 5, 2009.

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  1. Joe Woods

    Joe Woods Well-Known Member

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    With the greatest respect.

    Has anyone taken over Paul Sedwick's "Warwick Gun Cases"

    Definately made a good gun case. Was hoping to get one if possible.


    Joe Woods'/Ontario
     
  2. shrek

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    http://www.warwickguncase.com/index-m.html

    Looks like there might still be something going on.

    It sounded like some of his family was going to operate the business, but I don't know for sure.
     
  3. W.P.T.

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    I believe his family took over the business, but doubt they will travel the shoots like Paul did ... WPT ... (YAC) ...
     
  4. Hydra

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    Its a sound business and if run right will still be around long after we stop shooting. Paul was a great person to talk to and to do business with. He always had a smile on his face and was willing to do business with you. I'm glad to have met him. As for his cases they are great cases and I have 3 of them and I will no doubt at some point buy a 4th.
     
  5. StonewallRacing

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    I bought a Warwick this summer at WI St shoot. I believe it is the son whom is taken over.

    The case is very solid, heavy and well built.

    SW
     
  6. Hydra

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    I will have to add this because of what Stonewallracing just said. The Warwick cases are lighter then Americase. Americase is a heavy GD case with a gun it it. Warwick case are soundly made and I have used them when flying.
     
  7. Twixter

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    Joe: I'm Mick McGinley and am in contact with the family quite often. They are still in business and can deliver. What kind of a case were you looking for. Maybe I can help. My E-Mail Is Twixter@verizon.net. Or phone is 608-444-6233. Hope to hear from you,Mick
     
  8. shooter99

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    Mick got me a combo case for my new 3200 a couple of weeks ago. They are the best case for not the most money. I now have 3.
     
  9. Joe Woods

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    I have a friend who wants a case to handle a couple C/G and 2 or 3 Barrel sets.
    Thankyou for your assistance and response.
    I think he was hoping to pick up a case at Spring Grand /Tucson Az. possibly.
    Paul & his cases were the best, I recommended this case.
    Any other suggestions.
    Take Care
    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
  10. BILL GRILL

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    The cases are nice because thet are tuff and you do not need a forklift to carry one. Bill
     
  11. Twixter

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    Jack:

    Thanks for posting this picture. It's a good one of Paul with his favorite gun. It will soon be 1 year (Jan23) since he left us. Miss him every day. Thanks again.

    Mick McGinley (twixter)
     
  12. shooter99

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    Thanks Jack for the post. It's hard to believe that Paul is gone. I have 3 of his cases and a Remington 3200 Baker barrel from him. I also won one of his belt buckels at his memorial shoot. That is a prize I won't ever part with. I think of him every time I shoot and then some.

    Ken Cerney
     
  13. Joe Woods

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    I see a current ad in January Trap & field/ Thankyou for the tribute.
    Definately gone to a different place but not forgotten.

    Joe Woods/Ontario
     
  14. shooter99

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    Jack, Yes he could. I think it was at the Grand one year, Paul was looking at a Kolar that was for sale. Asked if he could try it out, took it and ran 200 straight with it. Hell I can't do that with the gun I have been using for a few years.
     
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