I am getting up in age and now I am looking for a decent two riffle case that would have wheels on one end and a handle on the other end. It is getting a chore to carry the hand held case; ammo can of ammo, and range bag from vehicle to the shooting line where I go most of the time. I like taking the two ARs a lot for I take friends that have not shot that type of rifle before.
Would like some recommendations and perhaps something a little less costly than a Pelican Case.
Beware the man who only has one gun. He probably knows how to use it! - John Steinbeck
I know lots so guys use a cart of some sort. That will allow you to use all you're existing gear and get it iall in one trip. I find my Pelican and Strom cases to be more of a PIA for range trips.
We use one of these in the Spring when the kids have sports going on everyday. Folds up small, I wouldnt mind using it at the range if I had to walk more than 10 feet.
I personally use the Pelican and its certainly the best buy once/cry once choice. But a used gun I purchased came in a Plano and it seems reasonably well built. And its certainly inexpensive comparatively. and its available on Amazon if you use them.
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the NRA store used to have a killer deal on 2 gun cases. 99 bucks made by skb , pelican, or plano whichever had the contract at the time. I have 5 or 6 of them that i purchased through the years. they were under 100 bucks each at the time.
Pelican just released a more economic but durable option targeted specifically at the shooter market. It is called the "Vault" line. They have a case exactly as you describe. I have their pistol case and it is everything you'd expect from Pelican at a price only slightly higher than the generic options from Harbor Freight and Amazon.
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