30 x 13 x 3 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 2035

After using the hard shell for many years, I decided to try the soft shell, and immediately after the success of the various vism of the NcStar product, I decided to try it for several reasons: satisfaction with their previous products, and the cost compared to other holsters such as 5.11, Blackhawk and Condor. After receiving the box, I was once again very satisfied with the quality of the product and the materials used. The appearance is a tough "Kodura nylon" type of material, which I expect to last for a long time. The inside of the case is a soft cotton material, and I don't expect it to last as long as the outside. The handles on the bag are real, and there is a filled nylon buckle package wrapped around the two handles to keep them together, and the bag is in a closed direction. There is a shoulder strap on the "folding" edge of the bag, which is one of my complaints about the bag, although it does not detract from my overall impression of the bag. At the bottom or folding edge of the bag if you use a shoulder strap, it will cause the bag to fall inward, meaning make sure your bag is zipped off, otherwise anything in it will fall out if you use the shoulder strap. The shoulder straps are connected by a metal "D" ring and a metal hook and appear to be of high quality. My shotgun scabbard from Vism from NcStar has a beautiful long cushion on the shoulder strap, and I hope it will also be on this holster, but unfortunately without such luck, it is just a 1-1 "wide nylon strap." O. No, no.

5.5 pounds
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Buyer's Reviews 145

It's not a pelican or a seahorse, but it does its job. The shell is a little soft toward the center, but the foam has good stiffness / density. The nylon buckle inside is a good touch. Latches look cheap, but as long as you don't abuse the box, they should last a long time. Generally speaking, this is a very wide question, but it is not a real problem for me.

53 x 9.2 x 2 inches ; 1 pounds
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I used a very good hard shell to transport my main deer rifle back and forth to our cabin. However, during the gun hunting season, I like to get in touch with my rifle more quickly-so I'm looking for a soft shell that I can easily catch and keep in the back seat of my truck. With a quick zipper, I can take out my rifle. No twisted latches or huge hard shells occupy the entire backseat. Very good production, good materials, good accessories. It looks cool, too. I've been very happy so far.

Buyer's Reviews 457

Heavy load and very comfortable carrying. Many handles allow you to carry it in different ways. It is made for carrying two long guns and a pistol. But I only use it for my 18 "Tavor. An 18 "Tavor with 30 rounds of magazines and Meprolight Reflex sights fits well without any problems." There are two large pockets outside, each of which can be easily loaded with two 30-wheeled magazines. I also use pistol pockets for IWI cleaning kits. For me, the only problem was that the muzzle could not sit all the way to the muzzle pocket because the bait handle blocked it. In addition, it is not designed for real quick access, but more like a comfortable handbag without attracting any attention. Neither of these is a big deal for me, so five starts.

17 x 11.3 x 5 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 285

Okay-it's a great little bag. The only warning I want to give is that it is very small. If you put on some stereo covers, glasses and bits and pieces, there won't be much room for anything else. It has a nice 6 magazine slot pocket side and some internal organizers. If you need to keep multiple pistols locked in carpet bags or in the original hard case, it will be very friendly space.

Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Buyer's Reviews 169

Not for Tasco buyers. Deep gasket, brass zipper, belt. Only the stench of gun oil, carefully carved scrolls, walnut stocks, horses and Seytes in England. Bye, Pip, old sport! I have four. Let my little Darling reasonably and safely put it in the closet, in the trunk of the car or from the dog on their pickup bed, to my stupid buddies throwing their garbage in the back. It's very stylish. I kept the zipper open to balance the humidity in the box, but I couldn't help worrying about canvas, thick quilts, and hand linings getting wet and retaining moisture to ward off my guns. I guess nylon bags just trap water in it, so. Trade-offs. Nice holster, of course.

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I grabbed these ideas and thought they would be "universal" and they were not. My rifles are not short enough to fit fully into the box, so when I use them, the barrel sticks out a little bit. Be sure to read the instructions and compare them with the length of your rifle. Otherwise, they look great and work great. Adequate padding and optional shoulder straps.

36.4 x 10.4 x 10.4 inches ; 2.2 pounds
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Buyer's Reviews 59

Deciding to replace the cheap plastic shell, my Frankie 28-inch 12-GA came in. I found this on Amazon and decided to give it a try. I'm very impressed with this case. I don't think you can do better at twice the price. The only drawback is that the latches feel cheap, but they do lock tightly. As for fit, I can't be happier, this situation fits, just as it is for Frankie 12ga. All right. All right. Check the Reciver fit in the photo. The match is accurate and does not need to be adjusted or modified.

Buyer's Reviews 172

Before ordering, I measured the total length of my new Ruger MkIV22/45 Lite pistol (4.4 "barrel) and chose the 10" version in this case-it fits well, including 2 spare cartridges in the zipper bag. It seems to be doing well, and I'm surprised at the cheap price-the zipper works well and I don't have any problems.

29 x 11.5 x 4 inches
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I totally like this case! Durable and compact. I don't want a full-size case because of its recognition features and space. Like other posters, there is no safe way to prevent ups and downs. I use nylon buckles that you can find in some home builder stores to secure cables or extension cables. These belts stick easily to the fabric in the box, keeping your coat and coat from moving.