Princeton Case Company
615 Sherwood Parkway
Mountainside, NJ 07092
service@princetoncase.com
(908) 687-1750

Custom Cases for Rifles

There are many things to consider when shopping for custom carrying cases for rifles. Of all the things to think about, the most important thing is the materials used to make the case. In essence, individuals have to choices to consider: do they get soft-sided or hard cases?

Both hard and soft cases boast their own benefits, and it is really up to the person carrying the case to decide what is best for them. Below, we want to go over some ideas to think about that will hopefully help you make your choice.

Blow Molded Cases

Hard cases are tough, which means they can take a beating without damaging the gear inside. If maximum protection is the most critical factor in a case, you should acquire a blow molded case for your gun. If you frequently travel with your weapon, you will want to consider a hard case. In fact, TSA requires a hard, lockable case for air travel. Lastly, it is easier to lock a hard case then a soft case. If you do not want anyone touching your rifle you should get a hard case.

Soft cases are light and can easily be brought places. A hard case is much heavier than it’s soft counterpart. Soft cases are best for day-to-day activities like hunting or target practice. Soft cases are best for mobility and easy access, but they are not as protective as a hard case.

Blow Molded Cases

Regardless of whether you get a soft or hard case, you should still consider acquiring a case that can be locked. Keep your gun safe while traveling.

 

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Princeton Case Company, Inc.

615 Sherwood Parkway
Mountainside, NJ 07092
(908) 687-1750