5-587543281 SZ, 5-587540191 SZ
12" x 44.25" x 3.5"
• 1,050-denier nylon
• Water resistant
• Closed cell foam padding
• Exterior and interior molle compatible panels
• YKK zippers
• Top and bottom compression straps
• Backpack straps
• Hook-and-loop lashing points
• Nametape holder
• ID window
• Name strip
• Flag holder
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Protect your valuable long guns with 5.11 Tactical Series padded gun cases. Loaded with features to secure your rifles and shotguns along with necessary accessories and ammo, this 42" double long gun cases are designed by operators for operators to carry two different firearms at the same time. 5.11 Tactical's VTAC double gun cases are built with durable, water resistant 1,050-denier nylon and rugged YKK zippers. Exterior and interior molle-compatible panels will accept any VTAC pouch or other molle compatible item. The main compartment features dividers in the corners and hook-and-loop lashing points to secure your firearms. A center foam divider keeps your guns separated and protected from scratches or wear. The front smaller compartments include divider panels with molle panels for more options and storage of accessories and ammo. Both the main and front compartments are padded on all sides to protect your critical gear. The 42" double long gun cases feature top and bottom compression straps and come with a backpack straps that can be positions for high or low carry. Bag dimensions are slightly longer than listed to ensure a great fit. Weve also included a nametape holder, flad holder and ID window.
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Maybe the best around gun case I've ever had.
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Submitted on February 12, 2013