RedHead® Aluminum Rifle Gun Cases

   

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53" X 15" X 5"

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Product Color:
Silver

Case Material:
Hard Case
Tough aluminum outer skin covers a durable, hexagonal aluminum frame fortified with heavy duty corner protectors. Inner padding: 1" flat foam plus cutaway interior foam. Full-length hidden hinge for superior security plus heavy-duty keyed lockable latches. Single rifle features a padded shoulder strap; the 2-rifle rolls on wheels.

Rifle: 53" x 12" x 5".
2-Rifle: 53" x 15" x 5".

Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by terrible flimsly gun case Please DO NOT purchase this gun case if you are going to use it to ship guns on the airlines - it will not last for much more than 1-2 flights. The hinge plate will bow out and separate & the case itself is "junk". Please upgrade to a good hard plastic case instead and save yourself the headaches & repurchase. December 5, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Quality This is my first "good" quality hard gun case. This is a Great Quality case and fits my Moose Rifle perfectly. Although the case is still relatively new, it appears to be very durable and the locks are rock solid. Definitely enjoying my purchase. November 26, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Quality product I was very happy with the quality of the rifle case. My grandson loved getting it for his birthday! September 18, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by It is OK but has a small defect. The case is very functional but one of the "feet" came off the case as I opened the box and it needed to be glued together and re-installed. Other than that so far so good. I'd recommend it to a friend only if I gave them a heads up and they liked what they saw when they looked at mine. June 14, 2013
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I bought one of the double gun cases at an auction (used) and I am afraid the close the center latch, the one with the combination lock because I don't want to lock myself out of the case. Is there a way to reset the lock if I don't know the original combination?
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Unfortunately, the combination has to be entered before it can be changed. When the combination is entered for the latch to open you will push the button toward the tumblers and hold it while you pick a new combination. When you release the button this will be the new combination. This will only work if the lock is set to open.
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Is this guncase approved for airline travel? And can you look with a locker??
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yes it's airline approved
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Yes I had no problems at the airport
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These are not airline approved.
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It is approved for airline use. The case is easily locked but airlines will dictate how you can lock it.
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Yes and Yes this guncase is Airline Approved, and it is lockable too, however i would go with a pelican case that has a pressure relief vavle built in
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