A rigid vinyl skin envelopes a tough, rounded anodized aluminum frame that houses soft, buoyant 1" egg crate foam to hold your guns safely and securely. Full-length piano hinge with nylon support hinges, plus rubberized non-slip handles. Cases feature a padded shoulder strap. Color: Black.
Rated 4 out of 5 by GvilleHunter Good Case
I ordered this case for my new Ruger SR9. It fits snugly and both clips plus an easy loader. Quality of the case is descent, but the lock does leave something to be desired. I bent one key all to ... then finally realized how exactly the lock works. I agree with other posters that if someone wanted to get into this case they could with ease. However, it is a good case for the money and keeps my Ruger safe and snug.
August 13, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by hamop454 Great Product
I do agree that there is too much glue from the sticker but, with a little elbow grease it will come off. All though nothing is 100%, it is still a great product for the money compared to the more expensive brand name ones. I would definately recommend this to a friend. I have enclose a pic of the case I bought and the elbow grease that I used to clean it up. :-)
June 24, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by TB72 Label glue destroys an otherwise nice product
The larger case fits two guns easily and holds them in place. The locks serve as OK latches, but they are pretty useless as locks. As another user noted, a good strong hand can open them without a key even if they are "locked". But the most irritating thing is the glue that is used to attach the giant label on the top. Even if you get the glue off, It leaves a permanent mark - and unless you get it all off, it's going to collect dust and become even more obvious. I'm returning mine for this reason - I'm that irritated.
May 26, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by RobtZ Solid Case, But Poor Lock
Overall, I am happy with the case. While I have only has it for a couple of weeks, it appears to be durable and the firearms are well protected by the convoluted foam.
My only complaint is the locking mechanism. I believe that it could be opened with a bent nail. When opening with the key, the key wobbles around in the lock creating the impression the firearm is less than secure. If you never lock you case, this is an excellent product, but if you want to keep someone out of your case, I would suggest you look at other options. I know that I will be exploring other cases with better locking mechanisms for my next purchase.
May 16, 2012
Yes, there are two locks on this case, but the locking mechanism appears to be very flimsy. The key floats in the lock and I believe that a child may be able to open this case with a bent nail. If you aren't going to lock the case, I would recommend it, but if a locking case is a critical feature for you, I would suggest you explore other options.