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 2 out of 5 by Bad Handle Good case....guns fit snug with no movement....but don't put two heavy barreled muzzleloaders in it at the same time, the handle will break and the case drops to the ground!!! November 6, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5 by Good For Price Purchased this case for a hunt in Nevada. Survived baggage handlers of Southwest airlines very well. For the money the case is of good quality and durability. I would recommend a tougher shell if there is a lot of air travel involved in your hunting future. For the 99% percent of my hunting in Texas this case meets my needs pretty well. May 13, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by Cheap case, good for storage, bad for travel. I have had two of these cases, neither has lasted a whole year. Both have had handles break off. I would go for the much more heavy duty RedHead case if you need something to travel with. December 3, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by Poor quality Purchased the case on 10-05-08.I went to Montana on 10-21-08 and returned 10-30-08 via Detla airlines.The case had a large tear in the bottom and most likely not pass a TSA inspection again.The skin on the case is too thin.Detla airlines is questioning how the damage got there. November 2, 2008
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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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