Plano Pro-Max PillarLock Gun Cases
Plano PRO-Max Gun Case
I have 2 of these. 1 easily holds my Thompson Center muzzleloader with ramrod in the holder and my .22. The other holds my shotguns with an extra barrel. Mine has cinch straps that can be moved to different places to secure both guns in the case, although I don't see any in the pics. The pillars prevent crushing, and they work, as I can sit on them and they won't flex or bend.
The 5 latches have a solid construction and are very tight, preventing accidental opening. There are 2 places for padlocks. The overall construction is tough but not too heavy. The only downside is there aren't any wheels. The handle is large and comfortable, too. Overall, an excellent gun case for the price!
July 5, 2007
MY husband just loves this case. He takes it any time that he wants to carry a gun somewhere. He says it is a strong sturdy case and protects the guns well. I would have to say this is one of the best purchases I have made.
May 13, 2009
The shotgun case I purchased was of good quality but not exactly what I was looking for. THe case contains a post to prevent crushing in the center of the case that gets in the way of the weapon I wanted it for. This post was not mentioned in the description and had to be eliminated for my use. The integrity of the case overall was not badly compromised and like I stated the price was right.
April 27, 2010
Consider the Size...
I purchased the gun case specifically to transport my 26" Savage 6mm BR rifle on a flight to South Dakota from Florida (2-layovers each way) for a prairie dog hunt. I figured no matter what case I used, the airline-monkeys would completely distroy it, and I just wanted the rifle to survive without damage. The rifle with its large 56mm Nightforce scope would not fit in the case properly...(probably a good idea to pack the scope saperately anyway). The rifle and case survived in good shape to fly another day, but if you have a large scope and want to keep rifle and scope installed together while tranporting (or just carrying to the range) you should probably consider a different sized case.
September 9, 2011