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Ideas?? Transport Case/Bag?

Forums Other Parts, Accessories, & Equipment Ideas?? Transport Case/Bag?

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    toku58
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    Anyone have an idea for a Case or Bag to transport your air rifle that doesn’t give away the fact that you’re carrying a gun?
    With the way our Society is going where everyone is afraid of their own shadow. The Last thing I need is my neighbors to see me loading my truck with gun cases.
    I’d like a more discrete option.

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    SDstephan
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    Chello case, perhaps….

    Too obvious? 

    😜

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    DonC
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    Golf bag hard cases .

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    toku58
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    Well ok?  Maybe I was a bit broad on my request? Lol!

    how about a discreet case for my FX Impact.criteria:

    hold gun safely

    ease of use

    doesn’t scream “Active Shooter” 😜πŸ€ͺ

     

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    SDstephan
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    The golf case sounds familiar, many people were using those when my daughter was fencing to carry their weapons and gear. No one questioned the golf bag at the airline or elsewhere. Alternatively – perhaps a Pelican case and slap a few DeWalt stickers on the side ? 

     

     

     

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    survivor45
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    MacGyver
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    Remember how Johnny Cash would look down his guitar like a rifle?

     

     

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    sillymike
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    GunshipGuy
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    Just be ready for one of those neighbors to invite you to the next neighborhood gathering to play few songs for them on your guitar or cello! πŸ˜‚

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    sillymike
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    That's when you tell them that you're more a noise maker than a musician…

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    MacGyver
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    sillymike

    That's when you tell them that you're more a noise maker than a musician…

    Okay, I really did LOL at that one.  That's really good, Mike.  πŸ˜‚

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    sillymike
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    I was speaking from experience… used to ride the subway to get to the range. On day, bumped into a LEO member of our club and his partner. After a few minutes of small talk, his partner (looking at my base case) suggest I pull out whatever I have in there and cheer up the place… 

    • LEO friend, not sure you'd want him to do that… that would probably be more excitement you could care for… I'll explain later πŸ˜‰
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    MacGyver
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    That would be a big case.  I have a Gibson and a Martin case, but they're occupied right now.  

    I don't know your story reminded me of a night down in the river bottoms in East Texas.  I was working deep nights at the PD.  3-4 squad cars pulled down by the bridge and we were using the river banks as backstops.  One of the officers had a friend in town with a fully automatic  7.62 and a .454 Grizzly.  We're unloading like Chuck Norris in Invasion USA, and after about 20 minutes these two kids pull up in a truck and ask if we could move our cars.  We ask why.  There is a little path that parallels the river for a mile or so to our right (perpendicular to us).  They had driven down the road (probably to go parking) and gotten stuck in the mud.  They hiked out and their girlfriends were still down there waiting for them to come back with help.  πŸ˜‚

    Those poor kids thought the world was ending.  

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    toku58
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    MacGyver

    Remember how Johnny Cash would look down his guitar like a rifle?

     

     

    This case is great! Where can I get one?

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    Houli
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    toku58, 

    Don't forget to wear your Woodstock paraphernalia to futher disguise that rifle case!

    All in good humor,

    Cheers

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    toku58
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    Houli

    toku58, 

    Don't forget to wear your Woodstock paraphernalia to futher disguise that rifle case!

    All in good humor,

    Cheers

    I still have my tie-dye shirts and the peace head band!    Wouldn't want anyone to get Freaked out and need a safe space!  LMAO!!!

     

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    MacGyver
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    toku58

    MacGyver

    Remember how Johnny Cash would look down his guitar like a rifle?

     

     

    This case is great! Where can I get one?

     

    https://www.caseclub.com/product/discreet-universal-rifle-case/

    You might google the image to see if you can find them for a better price elsewhere.  Not sure I wouldn't just find a second hand case for an electric axe like a Fender and make one.

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    mochajoe
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    I love this forumπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    Roboslug
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    The garment bag looks pretty cool.  I've threatened to make my own for a takedown auto shotgun. 

    http://www.skinnersights.com/scabbards_20.html

     

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    toku58
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    Just ordered this gun case. Thanks for all the in put!

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