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    Tinhorn
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    Pelican gun case

    Well I decided not to mess around and ordered a Pelican 1750 case for my baby. I looked around and found a huge range of prices and settled on Amazon.
    The total, with out WA bloody tax was $205 delivered and it came with the good "ballistic foam" option which was a dream to cut with a very sharp knife after chalking the outlines of my guns.
    I`m extremelyKIMG00201.jpgKIMG00191.jpg happy with it.

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    You won't be disappointed. Outside of if being heavy you won't find a better case.
    Congratulations!
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    Great case.I have one for my colt M4

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    You'll be very happy with that case, I'm quite pleased with mine.
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    Very nice. They are heavy but was used to transport a gun via airline and those guys seem to tear up the luggage bags pretty quick so I wanted to make sure it was in something stout. This fit the bill. I haven't ordered any of the spare foam pieces but thought that was also nice so you could cut pieces for more than one setup.
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    If I did not have my Haliburton cases this might be my choice as well. See a good number of them with visiting hunters. The owners I have talked to like theirs and some travel from a very long way to do their Alaska hunting. Also see the Cabela's steel cases a lot. Both are very stout. The Anchorage Airport cargo poggies are drop test experts.
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