Looking for a case

Discussion in 'Shooting & Fireams Training / Skills' started by Jeff Randall, Nov 9, 2016.

  1. tangomike3

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    There is a aluminum fab guy near me that makes aluminum farrier trailers that ship all over the world. Awesome workmanship. I have had him make custom tactical sliders for my Jeep and RAM as well as the local sheriff's Tahoe. I then have the foam cut to spec based on turn out gear you want in it from a shop in NC (that can all be done over the web). The foam is digitally cut and can incorporate images and logos. Will post some pics when I get home this evening.
     
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    I'm interested.
     
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    This is the drawer that was made for my JK before it went away.

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    That JK rig looked exactly like what I had for the Wrangler, just no drawer and the swing gate provided the locked front. Very steak they and bolted into existing fitting just with longer bolts.
     
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    The drawer was short enough that you could reach behind it when fully extended and still access the indention storage area in the floor board.
     
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    I don't want to hijack the thread but @tangomike3 , how does the Carolina company custom cut your foam? You send them measurements or take pictures or what? I've wanted something that looks cleaner than what I do. I can never cut the foam in my pelican cases so that it looks good.
     
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    Jeff, you need a Negrini case. No sense going cheap.

    negrinicases.com
     
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    I'd suggest Pelican for a hard case. I have a nice 511 Tactical soft case that has held up really well. I have to say some of those built ins shown above are impressive! Also, as mentioned above, a towel or blanket can make them less noticible to a thief walking by. Not bad thinking.
     
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    Trump won, man. Why so paranoid?

    Tennis Racket case, nobody plays tennis anymore.
     

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