Plano® Protector™ Single Pistol Case
- Safely padded with two layers of high-density foam
- Thick wall polypropylene construction
- Secure, heavy-duty latches
- Molded-in handle for easy transport
- Padlock tab for security
Manufacturer model #: 1403.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by sipsy satisfied I purchased the cases both for storage and transportation. They have proven to be and inexpensive way for satisfy both needs. They were heavy enough to withstand rough field treatment and light enough to be easy to pack or carry May 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by LightningJustice Absolutely Awesome! Bought the case for a Heritage .22 Rough Rider, and this case is absolutely awesome! I love the egg crate foam. It holds the gun right in place with no foam collapsing, even with a trigger lock! Cannot beat the price! I would highly recommend this case to others. It is well worth the $10! Great job Plano! April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by kSher great value and quality I purchased this case solely for the price, but have been extremely delighted with it. It has the protection of a hard case for the price of a soft bag. Plus it has plenty of room for extra magazines, tools and other accessories. Super value, great product. April 6, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Sweetwillie More than I expected I have a number of Plano products and I have found them to be durable and economically priced. However, I happened into Bass Pro and ran across this small, single pistol case. I happened to be looking for a hard case, since I recently purchased a Ruger SR22 and it only comes with a soft, rug case. Anyway the SR22 fits perfectly in this case. It seems to be adequately cushioned and I can put a small padlock on it to discourage curious little minds. No the lock tab would not keep anyone who is an adult for longer than 20 seconds but it's perfect for storage and transport to the range. It's even large (to use the term large with this item is an oxymoron, as I don't think my Springfield Arms 9mm service would fit without some adjusting) enough to fit a couple of magazines in with my SR22. For $9.99 it's perfect for my use. I'm interested to see how it holds up, but since I'm not expecting to ford streams with it, nor have enraged grizzly bears abuse it I expect it will be 10 bucks well spent. Thanks, BassPro! March 15, 2013