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DRAGON64
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2018-12-27 11:29:50  

I had 7-months to research and prepare, but I had no clue.  I now have a 48" fully customizable rifle; butt hook, 6" wheel, hamster etc etc.  I need a case that I can store, as well as carry from lane to lane while at a match, would these be separate entities?  Or could I kill two birds with one stone?

The butt hook does not allow vertical storage in the gun cabinet, and coupled with the large side wheel, it slightly complicates what I will use to transport the rifle to and from a match, as well as use for carrying between lanes.  Could I get some feedback on how best to tackle these issues?

For starters (phase 1), I have a $100 Amazon gift card to work with...

I'm leaning here, but the purchase has more storage than I need for an air rifle:

https://www.amazon.com/Savior-Equipment-American-Tactical-Transportation/dp/B077JP8BDT/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1545931737&sr=8-3&keywords=soft+rifle+case

or this one:

https://www.amazon.com/Savior-Equipment-Warfare-Tactical-Backpack/dp/B07FXYD25Y/ref=sr_1_10?ie=UTF8&qid=1545931774&sr=8-10&keywords=soft+rifle+case


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Johninma
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Posts: 55
2018-12-27 16:46:03  

You should look into NC Star. They make a variety of bags with different options. The one I own folds out into prone mat, which gives it a good deal of padding when used as a rifle bag. My FWB 800 fits in it with the butthook installed. Also and FTP900 fit in it as well with the butthook on.


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Paul Porch
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2018-12-28 07:22:16  

I needed a soft carry case for going to Puerto Rico in Feb to shoot their FT Grand Prix, I wanted something light to carry in my checked luggage. I just wanted a cheap case to use there as I use an aluminum rifle carrier here in the states.

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Well I found one on Ebay that fit the bill. I was super surprised when it arrived. It is very good quality for the $35... Is is not ballistic nylon, but very close. Also plenty of pockets.

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As with all commercial made soft cases it is 11.5" to 12"tall, so the 6" side wheel on my Thomas sticks up a little with the riser on the gun. No biggie for carrying. The case is 47" but has a fold out piece in the nose that will accommodate a least a 55" rifle!

So for the price and quality, I won't need to order one of the Italian custom cases that fits the wheel that I started to order from overseas. This soft case is all over Ebay  in diff sizes. it also has back straps for long treks at some venues...

 

 


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DRAGON64
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2018-12-29 10:49:20  

Thanks guys, I appreciate the recommendations.  Right now I am suffering from analzsis paralysis...  Everything I have looked at on Amazon has the usual buzz words that the companies think I want to hear like; Tactical, Bug Out, Homeland Security, Elite etc etc etc.  That means they come with all kinds of storage and molly yadda yadda yadda that I probably do not need...  Funny enough, the Benjamin rifle case may be just what I need for my Marauder (whodathunk):

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00RW8D9X8/ref=ox_sc_act_title_1?smid=A19XE0CFLN81HP&psc=1

I put one in my shopping cart butd I am going to continue to shop...


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Johninma
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2018-12-29 16:49:33  

Many shooters use that bag. The shoulder strap is key for longer courses as well.


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DRAGON64
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2018-12-31 08:29:14  

I ended up ordering the Benjamin soft case.  To complete the rest of the Amazon card I was gifted I picked up a Wilkens pellet pouch and a Gamo Squirrel practice target.


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