Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Rifle Case

This case is designed for transportation of full length rifles in critical conditions, when an additional protection is required. Two pieces of wave foam in the case could keep the rifle from moving.  With chrome key locks , you will keep your rifle safe and secure.
Hunting equipment can quickly become an expensive habit, increasing the importance of protective gear to keep your equipment safe from scratches and damage. Depending on your budget and needs, you can choose between a hard protective rifle case or a soft case.
Soft Case         
A soft rifle case is a more transportable and lightweight solution for rifle protection. Typically secured by zippers, the soft rifle cases are available in a variety of materials and colors. Materials such as polyester, neoprene, canvas, leather and nylon are all prevalently used in soft rifle case construction. Cases are also available that have materials that allow them to float, making it ideal for waterfowl hunting.    
Hard Rifle Case         
The hard rifle cases are often made of plastic, aluminum, wood or another composite materials that creates a hard shell around the case. This shell offers increased protection over the soft rifle case. Depending on the size and weight of your rifle, the size of your hard rifle case will vary. Another added benefit of the hard rifle case is its waterproof nature, which can prevent rusting and corrosion of metal rifle components.    
The hard rifle cases offer the best protection, but at the sacrifice of weight and portability. If you are looking for a lightweight solution, a soft rifle case is a better bet. The soft rifle cases can also feature other pouches and storage containers allowing you to carry much more than your rifle. The biggest benefit of the hard rifle case is its assured protection and security. A hard rifle case is also required if you plan on flying with your rifle since it is the only type of case that features a built-in lock.