200 Pistol Magazine Case

$ 229.99

Foam fits

  • Assorted Pistol Magazines: Qty 200
Job #w19-0208B

Case has a Lifetime Warranty

Padlockable (with customer supplied padlock)

Description

The 200 Pistol Magazine Case by Case Club holds 200 pistol magazines of various sizes. It is ideal for someone looking for a great solution to transfer their magazines. This universal insert holds single stack and double stack magazines for versatility and convenience, and allows for fast and easy access to the magazines. This foam, is sure to protect your magazines at the shooting range and in your travels. The foam is military grade closed cell polyethylene foam so it can easily be wiped clean!

This case is an Injection Molded Mil-Standard Waterproof Case thats molded of ultra high-strength polypropylene copolymer resin, featuring a gasketed, water and dust tight, submersible design (MIL-C-4150J) that is resistant to corrosion and impact damage. Features a molded-in hinge, patented “trigger release” latch system, comfortable, snap-down rubber over-molded cushion grip handle, automatic ambient pressure equalization valve (MIL-STD-648C), resistance to UV, solvents, corrosion, fungus and impact damage (MIL-STD-810F).

200 Pistol Magazine Case

Foam fits

Assorted Pistol MagazinesQty 200

Additional Information

Interior Dimensions36.50"L x 14.50"W x 6.00"H
(927mm x 368mm x 152.4mm)
Exterior Dimensions39.04"L x 16.81"W x 6.84"H
(992mm x 427mm x 174mm)
I.D. Lid/Base Split1.50"Lid / 4.50"Base
(38mm / 114mm)
Shipping Weight22.00 LBS (estimated weight of the product with packaging such as a cardboard box)
(9.98 kg)
CharacteristicsWaterproof, Shippable, Lifetime Warranty, Crushproof, Outdoor Use
HardwareWheels (Tilt Wheels), Padlockable, Hinged Lid, Built in Locks (option), Pressure Equalization Valve
Locks No Locks | Built in TSA Locking Latches

Questions and answers of the customers

  1. Answered by the admin

    Yes, Glock 43 magazines will fit. The case will come with the plugs in place. Take the plugs out, trim them and put them back in for smaller mags. This will ensure shorter mags don't fall down too deep.

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