Midsize Universal Rifle Carry Case

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Fits Rifles Under 40" Length

Padlockable (with customer supplied padlock)


Finally, the perfect storage solution for your prize firearm! The new Tactical Rifle Case is injection molded and manufactured with polypropylene makes it ideal for protecting your valuable investment. Features include: four safe shot latches, four padlock holes for security, integral handle for easier transport, and mechanical style hinge for added durability.

Midsize Universal Rifle Carry Case- Features

Case Fits

  • Any rifle up to 40" in total length

Product Specifications

Interior Dimensions41.50"L x 15.00"W x 5.00"H
(1,054mm x 381mm x 127mm)
Exterior Dimensions41.50"L x 15.00"W x 5.00"H
(1,054mm x 381mm x 127mm)
Shipping Weight12.00 LBS (estimated weight of the product with packaging such as a cardboard box)
(5.44 kg)
CharacteristicsOutdoor Use
HardwareNo Wheels, Padlockable, Hinged Lid
Case MaterialPlastic
Manufacturing MethodInjection Molded
Manufacturing OriginUnited States of America
Interior Foam With Convoluted Foam | With PE Flat Foam
Rifle / Shotgun TypeAK-47 Rifle, AR Pistol, AR10 Rifle, AR15 (Short Barrel), AR15 Rifle, Desert Tech MDR, MDRX, Desert Tech SRS A1, Desert Tech SRS A1 Covert, DRD Tactical Paratus P762, FNH PS90, P90, FNH Scar 17S, 16S Rifle, Heckler & Koch UMP, HK MP5 Variants (+Clones), IWI Tavor 7, X95, SAR, TAR-21, Kel Tec RFB, Kel-Tec KSG, Kriss Vector, Lever Action Rifle, MAC-10, Ruger 10/22, Ruger CX4 Storm, Ruger Mini-14, Ruger PC Carbine, Shotgun (Tactical), Springfield Scout Rifle, Springfield SOCOM Rifle, Standard Mfg. Co. DP-12, Steyr AUG, Uzi, Volquartsen Fusion
Extended TitleFits Rifles Under 40" Length

Customer Questions

  1. Answered by the admin

    2 AR15s without scopes would likely fit in this case. However it would still be wise to set the rifles on the table and measure their widths before ordering as it will be tight fit if they do fit.

  2. Q Is this case TSA Approved? answer now
    Asked by Dale Burke on February 28, 2022 7:35 am
    Answered by the admin

    Although TSA will technically let you bring this case on a flight, we would not advise it. This case is great for transporting your firearm to and from the range, but it will not stand up to the rigors of hard shipping. Using this case on a flight will likely damage it.

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