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Case ?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by Jelly, Jan 26, 2014.

  1. Jelly

    Jelly Engaging Member

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    Hi what in you're opinion is best case or bag?
     
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    it depends on what you would want to put in it?
     
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    There was a thread recently about Napier rifle slips, but at a £100 plus, is that somewhat ott .

    Aluminium cases offer the best protection, if you do alot of travelling to shoots, I think this would be ideal.
     
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    Storm cases are the best, i use 2 x im3300 and would not trust anything else.
     
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    Still trying to get a proper size case (or bag) for my HW100KT and something for my sons hpa airmagnum?
     
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    GO to NJ guns in builth he will help you out and the cheap but good quality!
     
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    Thanks Craig, that's all I needed to hear, i'll be ordering shortly.
    Mickey.
     
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    Found a Plano Gunguard Se single case for £25 but out of stock no surprise anybody know anywhere else that might match this?
     
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    Funny i just orderd that same bag this morning for my hw 100kt so should be here tomorrow :thumbup:
     
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    :D I also was just about to order this bag and spotted this thread
     
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    best gun bag I think is the viper tactical. well padded and loads of pockets, pouches ect...
     
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    I've got a BSA tactical???? Bag..
    It's a nice bag, loads of storage, nice and strong!!! You can also wear it as a rucksack!!!!
     
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    AIM tactical drag bag are top notch 40/50/60 inch bit on the expensive side starting price at £130 up to £170
     
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    AIM all the way
     
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    my old bags not bad - at least she makes my tea in the evening:D
     
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    pmsl :)
     

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