Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 21
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
Rated 4 out of 5 by AirandSpace Good value
A quality case at a good price. Fit, hinges and locks are snug and top notch. Have not yet used it for travel, but expect no problems.
April 27, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Johncher now I know why this was so inexpensive
Received red head vinyl pistol case and within 5 minutes realized it is completely inadequate to hold a pistol, let alone two. The pistols easily slide around in the case and either extra padding or cutring into the padding is necessary to secure the pistols, also the case is so poorly made that even when locked it can be opened by hand with out any sort of tool. Waste of money, regrettable purchase. For the money/hassle not even worth returning. Basicly does not do anything it was made to.
August 2, 2011