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WTB: Soft cases for Trap guns

Discussion in 'Uncategorized Threads' started by Aussie Phil, Mar 4, 2008.

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  1. Aussie Phil

    Aussie Phil TS Member

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    Hi guys

    Can anyone recommend where I can get a soft shotgun case to fit a Remmington 1100 trap, and a Ljutic 34" mono? All of the cases I see around are 52", and a touch too small for the Remmington, and lots too small for the Ljutic.

    Does anyone make longer carry cases? I am getting tired of breaking down my Ljutic for the very short trip from home to the Livermore Trap club.

    Phil
     
  2. Bill60

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    Did i read this right that you are putting your bruce bowen shotgun in a soft case

    am i wrong or are those really expenive like 30 or 40 thousand new i think and

    i believe he is talking about the livermore pleasnton rod and gun club in livermore california beacuse i just read that he lives in pleasnton

    any way try checking browning.com to see if they have any of there hunting cases are long enough i dont personally use em but if i have a friend who used to pur there 34 in bt99, when he shot it, in a soft case but i dont know where he got it
     
  3. radeck

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    check out Monsoor's Sport shop. They are in Wisconsin. Have an ad in Shotgun Sports mag. Their phone is (608) 784 - 0482. They make a three gun (or bbl) case.
     
  4. Hitapair

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    Bill60- The Bowen, like the original Seitz, has to have the hinge pin removed to take the gun down. On short trips it's much easier to put it in a soft case than to take it down and put it in the americase.
     
  5. Cold Iron

    Cold Iron Active Member

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    Another vote for the soft cases from Roger at Monsoor's Sport shop. Combo bbl in the center and a gun on each side is how I usually end up. Great case IMO.
     
  6. halfmile

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    Here's one for 12.99, 54 inch. It may be cheap but you can buy 2. I had a nice one from galco but they don't have them any more.

    Natchez is ok to deal with.

    HM
     
  7. panthers314

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    try pavallion..........their new Wild Hare line are great soft cases.............
     
  8. Aussie Phil

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    Thanks for the replies guys

    I ordered one of the 3 gun cases from Monsoors. Much appreciated - they were very friendly and professional.

    Phil

    P.S. Even though I am an Aussie, I am located in the California Bay Area...
     
  9. radeck

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    Enjoy your Monsoor's case. I have one. Really good set-up. I'm also from the Bay Area.
     
  10. chatbrat

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    I believe high end guns are safer in a soft case in your own vehicle than on a gun rack at several clubs that I have shot at----Phil
     
  11. Dave P

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    Phil: I agree with you about the gun racks. I don't know why some settle for a 1" "V" cut into a 2 x 4. Several years ago I got tired of ours and made some new tops out of 2 x 6's with 2" deep slots for the barrels. They're very safe in these now.
     
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