Sounds like you may have a "John Hall" two-gun case.I have a 2 shotgun hardcase that I don’t know who the manufacturer is. It’s black, hard plastic, and holds one gun in the roof and 1 below. A friend gave it to me for a pigeon shoot in Guadalajara.
It’s the most useful 2 gun case i own. I need to contact him and find the manufacturer.
I don’t know how to post a pic or I would .
Thanks for your info. I think I will go with the Negtini being lighter for the airline flights.I have several Americases including one that holds my gun and four barrels. All are top quality and made to last, just too bad that Americase decided to discontinue selling gun cases. I also have new Negrini case that has become my "go-to" for every day use. Much lighter and indestructible. If you are concerned about keeping the case looking "as-new" they also sell a fabric cover that works great.
I could not be happier with the Negrini.
I have a double shotgun case made by SKB case company (not to be confused with the SKB shotgun company) it's an indestructible hard case. I don't know if they still make that model but it's worth a look. The case is a little heavy empty so you better eat your Wheaties before you put two guns in it.
I have a Negrini 2-barrel (not 2-gun, but 2-barrel) case, and I love it, but even with just 1 gun and 2 o/u barrels, it is heavy as heck. I can only imagine you might need to use two hands with two complete shotguns in one case.Has anyone purchased a Negrini 2 shotgun case? Are they good quality for the money? Amricase is not selling gun cases anymore just getting rid of their inventory.
Thanks for your info. Mainly want it for traveling long trips and air flights, not to and from gun clubs.I have a Negrini 2-barrel (not 2-gun, but 2-barrel) case, and I love it, but even with just 1 gun and 2 o/u barrels, it is heavy as heck. I can only imagine you might need to use two hands with two complete shotguns in one case.
I have another setup with a Negrini single gun/bbl o/u case, and a second Negrini barrel-only case. Most of the time that is a handier setup. Depends on how you use it, where you're going, etc.