Why build a top-tier shooter and then not protect it?
That's dumb. You're a smart shooter, and you value and pride your AR and handguns. So, you're grabbing a quality gun case -- just like the decent, low-priced cases we have available here. Coincidence! We've partnered with popular companies like Boyt, Plano, Allen Battalion, and others to provide lightweight, tough, tactical AR-15 rifle and pistol cases.
Finding the right storage system for your AR-15 can be a hassle. Most ARs are wide, tall, and short. But most gun bags are long and thin. That's why we picked out proper cases like the Boyt H-Series 36" case and the NcSTAR VISM 36" soft case. These hard and soft AR cases are perfect for long-distance travel or local transport to and from the range.
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