Best pistol cases according to redditors

We found 214 Reddit comments discussing the best pistol cases. We ranked the 68 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Pistol Cases:

u/JihadTape · 25 pointsr/guns

So this is a Smith and Wesson Model 27, made in 1960 (per the serial number), .357 Magnum (also .38 special). I received it as a gift and it is my first gun ever! Super stoked to own it now, and I'll probably join the prolonged slide of gun ownership that I see in this sub time to time. My next purchase is likely a smaller concealed carry weapon.

The giant ammo tin is vintage, I'm guessing vietnam era, but no idea, I could be full of shit. It's stacked with hundreds of .357 FMJs. 1 box of .357 hollow points, and 2 boxes of Shotshell snake charmers.

I'm pleased as punch with this gun. I've just purchased a bunch of accessories on amazon, I'll post them below, maybe you can tell me if these are good products or not for range shooting. (No referral links or any of that bs)

Plano Protector 4 pistol case

MTM 38/357 Cal 100 Round Flip-Top Ammo Box

Remington T-72 Shooting Glasses

3M Peltor Combat Arms Earplugs

Hoppe's Universal Gun Cleaning Accessory Kit

u/AdonisAleus · 23 pointsr/news

if you can buy a gun, you can buy a container (hell, a padlocked handgun case off amazon would make do) to store it so your kids can't get in it

u/buckyboo22 · 14 pointsr/CCW
  • S&W M&P Shield 9mm - $380
  • Beltman quickship black belt - $80
  • Black Arch proto holster - $75
  • Federal HST/Hornady Critical Defense - $25
  • Eyes - $10
  • Ears - $65
  • More ears - $21
  • Range bag - $30

    That puts you at around $750 depending whether you have to pay tax on the handgun, transfer fees, etc.

    The remaining $250 should be enough for an introduction to handgun safety class at your local range plus a bunch of cheap ammo to practice with.

    Edit: I forgot, don't forget to account for the cost of your CCW permit. Depending on where you live and what required classes you have to take that could easily consume your remaining $250.
u/neks101 · 10 pointsr/AnnePro

If you don't mind a soft case, there's a [gun sock] ( that's pretty popular with the 60% crowd. I use it to take my AP1 to the office.

u/justsomeguy75 · 9 pointsr/guns

Pistol needs to be unloaded, without a magazine in it. Magazine(s) needs to be empty. Put the gun in a locked container, hard or soft case. Something like this should work just fine. Put it in your trunk and lock the trunk. Just go straight to the range and then back home.

Don't take the advice of some random guy on the internet though. Here's the link to the law itself.

u/SirBurningBeard · 9 pointsr/Glocks

I saw an ad for CaseCruzer in a magazine. Went to the website and loved the cases, hated the price. Found these on Amazon much cheaper.

u/TrojanThunder · 8 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Getting an actual keyboard specific case is great but they're kinda expensive and there aren't many options. A gun sock works perfectly as a soft case and they're super cheap. And it fits a Poker II perfectly.

u/funbob · 8 pointsr/amateurradio

At that budget level, you're going to be looking at more budget oriented radios from the likes of Baofeng, TYT, QYT, Leixn, and the other assorted Chinese manufacturers. The one you mentioned is not a bad choice, so let's run with that...

  • Radio - $128.86

  • 8Ah SLA battery - $17.77


  • 20Ah SLA battery if you don't mind the extra size and weight - $38.00

  • Battery charger - $21.85

  • You'll need an antenna. I'm guessing you don't have a vehicle to attach a mobile antenna too, so I'd recommend something that attaches directly to the back of the radio, like this antenna. I actually have one and it's surprisingly decent for the price. - $12.99

  • You'll need a right angle PL-259 to BNC adapter to properly attach this antenna to your radio - $7.49

    side note: For a mag mount antenna, the Tram 1185 is a good cheap option at $21.63

    additional side note: Neither one of these antennas I mentioned is tri band capable, they're dual band 2m/70cm only. Tri band 2m/1.25/70cm antennas are considerably more expensive. Unless there's regular 1.25m activity in your area, you may wish to reconsider your need for having this band.

    Total: $188.96 or $209.19 if you choose the 20Ah battery option.

    Use whatever is left over for a case. A nice Pelican will probably consume the rest of your budget. Or you could go down to your local sporting goods store and browse the handgun cases there. You'll probably be able to find something good for $15-30 and have a few bucks left over. I found this 4 pistol case at my local Sportsmans Warehouse, it's cheap, reaonably well built, and is a pretty good size. I can fit a small army of handheld radios and associated paraphernalia in mine, so it should be big enough to hold a mobile rig plus battery.
u/codingcpa · 7 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

researched for many restless nights til I found what seemed to be the perfect inexpensive solution for carrying my two metal 60% boards:

documented in imgur.

u/jopasm · 6 pointsr/videography

A couple of things to think about: They're long and unwieldy. Are you going to be flying with them? How big is your car?

Secondly - they can look like gun cases and that may make some people paranoid.

With that being said I do use the Plano XL Pistol Case for some of my gear. They're $20-25 at most outdoor stores, have a layer of pick & pluck foam, and will fit quite a bit of gear. They look less like gun cases to me as well.

The reason Pelican cases are so expensive is they're an investment - you'll get years of service out of them and they're waterproof, rugged, and will survive being dropped off the back of a truck or sitting out in the rain for a couple of hours - and so will your equipment. If/when I move up to more expensive gear and doing more traveling I'll probably be upgrading to better cases. Until then, the Plano has been working well. It'll shrug off small drops or light rain for the time it takes to go from car to venue.

u/assholefromwork · 6 pointsr/Warmachine

This is my STUPID CHEAP case I got on amazon: linky

It has pluck foam in between egg crate foam. I am using it to transport 35 points and basic equipment (glue, measuring tape, extra bases, file, cards) now and it still has room for more.

I saw some reviews saying it didn't come with pluck foam anymore so I was initially nervous but figured at $12 I could provide my own if it was necessary (it wasn't). Ordered it about a month ago and could not be happier with the purchase.

edit: Here's a picture of what's currently in it to give you an idea of the size:

u/Dakkaface · 5 pointsr/rpg

Depends on the type. If they're metal, you want to store them in something padded so the paint won't chip. I use Plano 1404 cases to store my wargaming minis, and they'd probably work well for random D&D minis that are Large or smaller as well.

For plastics, I found a couple 3-packs of these interlocking tool organizers. Three of these fit (almost) my entire Bones Kickstarter, which is 200-odd minis. The bigger dragons don't fit in here, and the smaller ones only do because the wings come off. Some of the larger minis also only fit because they disassemble. That said, they let you easily sort all the hero and monster minis, and bring only what you need by locking them together if you want to bring multiple boxes. Instead of looking for tackleboxes, look for tool or part organizers.' They tend to have larger compartments, and some have slats you can move around to customize the shape & size of the compartments.

u/NickGauss · 5 pointsr/Malifaux

I use this case. Fits about 5 masters with accompanying models. Also fit my cards, fate deck and stat, and token/marker case.

Plano Plano 1404 Protector Series Four Pistol Case, X-Large, Black

u/Sancho_IV_of_Castile · 4 pointsr/knifeclub

Here you go:

It's my go-to recommendation. Cheap and effective.

u/InsulinRage · 3 pointsr/guns

Case Club Waterproof 5 Pistol Case & Accessory Pocket with Silica Gel

u/PaulieRoastBeef · 3 pointsr/Glocks

blackhawk range bag has a sleeve on each side for a pistol, moveable compartment dividers, adequate space for equipment, well made, you can even lock the zippers with luggage padlocks to keep the weefolk out.

u/mithikx · 3 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

I use a small gun sock (US only), the one I linked only just fits my Pok3r and doesn't fit the coiled USB cable I have for it.

I heard this should carry a 60% keyboard just fine.

There's also a bunch on the wiki that you can look through:

u/wd50 · 3 pointsr/amateurradio

For a hard case I have been using pistol cases for years. They are cheap, sturdy, and have plenty of foam that you can cut out if you like. They will also hold an 817. Here is an example:

By the way, a long gun case is an easy way to store and transport hamsticks.

If you want a soft case, Case Logic will definitely have something that will work for you.

u/Alfonso_X_of_Castile · 3 pointsr/knifeclub

I use this cheap aluminum case I found on Amazon:

It's cheap, light, slim, and holds 25-30 knives. Works great.

u/go_double · 3 pointsr/guns

> If it wasn't for present and future children in the picture, I probably wouldn't be purchasing a safe.

If the gun is going to be on you most times, except at night, won't a trigger lock or cable lock suffice? Many gun stores give trigger locks away.

Or if you don't really need a safe, Plano sells a pistol case for $10 at Walmart and $8 at amazon. Throw a combo lock that fits snugly on it and you are all set.

Personally, I don't see spending a couple hundred bucks when you don't have to.

u/Hnnsquatch · 3 pointsr/canadaguns

I'm rocking this for range trips.

Holds my 1911, P320 and 3 mags for each with plenty of room to spare.

u/hi_lampworking · 3 pointsr/lampwork

Yup $20 for the win!

Just don't buy rifle cases... a handgun case can fit in a bag but you don't want to be that guy walking around town with a rifle case.

u/dalesd · 3 pointsr/Astronomy

For cheap/free accessories, here are my recommendations:

Find a local astronomy club and go to a few meetings. Astronomy clubs love new members, and they'll answer every question you have. If they have an open observing event, bring your telescope and you might even get to try a few of the accessories others have mentioned. You may get to see what Saturn looks like in your telescope with a 10mm EP and barlow before you buy.

Also, there are club members with old EPs for sale. Somebody's always upgrading their collection and looking for a new home for their old Plossls.

If you have basic woodworking skills, you can make a Denver Observing Chair for <$30. I think I made mine from these plans, but there are plans and how-to's all over the web. It beats hunching over the eyepiece for hours. Your back will thank you.

An accessory case is nice to have. Keep all your stuff in one place, and you won't accidentally forget something when you go out to observe. I use this 4-pistol case for $20 from Amazon.

If you're learning the night sky, get a planisphere and go out with it for 10 minutes once a week for some naked eye observing. Learn a new constellation each time. I think WV is in the 30-40 degree north range? Or for free you can download and print the map each month from

For getting started finding interesting stuff in the telescope, a book like Turn Left at Orion was a great help for me. Step-by-step instructions for star-hopping to the best and brightest stuff in the sky.

u/AbkhazianCaviar · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards
u/Niaso · 2 pointsr/OculusQuest

As a ‘Merican, I can tell you the answers is guns. Plano Protector Four Pistol Case is similar in size and will keep your Quest safe.

u/Lucksack · 2 pointsr/glassheads

For smaller stuff like marbles and pendants I got one of these at a local sporting good store, I also cut the third not eggshell section they give you to fit a mini tube, torch and accessories I use to take to friends houses. I haven't purchased cases for my bigger pieces yet, but I'm looking at the Seahorse cases they seem like a decent, cheaper alternative to Pelicans, but then again I'm not super sure this is an area I want to skimp out on.

u/cr0n1c · 2 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

FYI, for anyone wondering you can use a gun stock for these 60% boards. I have a V60 and it fits my board like a glove. link

u/Lucious91 · 2 pointsr/Warmachine

i use this to transport 50+ points of Khador

u/Shufflebuzz · 2 pointsr/childfree

> My wife suggested a divided tea box to keep my eyepieces in; I like that idea.

It seems odd, but a four pistol case works great. It has foam you can cut to customize how you like.

u/Octopus46 · 2 pointsr/oculus

Judging from this, and knowing that the strap is about 1.6 inches high (40mm for standard ski goggle straps); I would confidently wildly guesstimate that the DK2 is about 4.1 inches high.

I wonder if this, this, or this might work as cheap options? Althought they all seem to be cutting it very tight on the depth. I am assuming the DK2 would sit in the case like it would sit on a table (like the first photo above), and not facing upward like they packaged it in the DK1 case, since there are a lot less case options that would fit it that way (without being huge)...

I have one of those ebay metal cases for my photo gear. I'm guessing you would be able to fit two full DK2 kits in it. They look decent and are affordable, but I find mine to be a bit heavy (5.5 pounds empty) and a bit awkward to carry sometimes (if I load it heavy specially). Even though they look decent, there is something about the build quality that feels slightly cheap when you handle it; specially the locking hinges. Nothing terrible in particular, but it just doesn't have that awesome quality feel of expensive cases like an HPRC, a Pelican or a Seahorse would have. But it does get the job done.

We should really know the actual DK2 dimensions (plus the accessories) before choosing a case. The hardest dimensions to accommodate will be the depth, since most small cases are also shallow.

u/roadkill6 · 2 pointsr/guns

A basic cleaning kit, a bottle of Break Free CLP, some disposable ear plugs, and a pair of safety goggles shouldn't run you more than $30 total and will be perfect for what you want. As you get more involved and buy more guns you'll buy more gear, better cleaning stuff (boresnakes and the like), you'll find an oil that you particularly like (personally, I'm partial to Militec and Strike Hold), and some fancy electronic ear-muffs and nice shooting glasses.

As far as a case, unless you're carrying an expensive rifle or custom match-grade pistol or you'll be rock climbing with it, you don't need a Pelican case. A $10 plastic pistol case with egg-crate foam inside will suffice for just about everything you will be doing with your pistol. I know you said you already ordered snap-caps, but I have to recommend the A-Zoom aluminum caps. The plastic ones break too easily.

If I could give you one piece of advice it would be this: I know that it's fun to buy every accessory ever made for your gun, but honestly most of them are more gimmicky than useful. Start simple and cheap and buy things as you need them. Learn from other shooters what works and what doesn't and make friends that will let you try their gear, guns, and accessories so that you aren't buying blindly. Everyone is different and what works for one person may not work well for you.

Good luck and welcome to the club!

u/Gonadzilla · 2 pointsr/guns
u/dawn_of_thyme · 2 pointsr/Tau40K

This thing

Plano 10164 Gun Guard SE Four Pistol Access Case

u/paraquatish · 2 pointsr/lampwork

I have a few of THESE cases and they work great. I know there also the brand Pelican which is used throughout the lampwork community as well, but they are more expensive.

No input on the dab tool holder.

u/TheSpecialK6 · 2 pointsr/XWingTMG

I have 3 of these that I got at Walmart for I think $12 each. One for Imperials, one for Rebels and the third for huge ships. I cut the bubble foam to fit the ships and store all of the cards, bases, etc. in more foam in the bottom.
(I have also seen them at sporting goods / hunting stores)


u/myxx33 · 2 pointsr/Libraries

We're using Sprint hotspots through Mobile Beacon which was through Tech Soup. We are actually a pretty rural library and we got 5 and they have been out since we got them at the beginning of the summer. A lot of patrons return them then automatically put another hold on them which is fine. We have dummy boxes for when they are actually on the shelf (I just used packaging tape around the boxes the hotspots came in and a label I made in Canva) and they're actually kept behind circ. I actually got small handgun cases for them so they can be beat up pretty bad and not hurt the hotspot (here). The barcode and everything is on the case. There are some instructions but most hotspots go to me or our tech person if there's an issue.

We haven't had many problems except for two things. For some reason they keep resetting themselves back to factory settings. I get one once a month. Easy fix though so not too bad. We also have an issue where they seem to freeze and they emit a signal but the LCD screen doesn't work and people can't connect. Fix is to let the battery run out then restart it. So not bad.

Circ policies are only our library (we're in a consortium), 1 week circ, $5/day late fee, $100 replacement, holds are allowed (though not when there are holds which are always), 18+.

u/shoangore · 2 pointsr/Multicopter
  • RIGID 22 Inch Pro Organizer - $28.78
  • Black foam padding (15x48x2") - $5.99

    I wasn't too much of a fan of Harbor Freight's cases, so I went to Home Depot and found a case that looked awesome. Just put foam in it last night and everything fits great.

    The top actually pops out, revealing 2 inches of unused hollow depth. I will use it to integrate my charging station.

    I've decided to integrate my FPV kit into a Plano Single Gun Case, so I can relocate at will without having to lug around a huge station. So far preliminary lay-outs looks like the gun case will fit everything necessary pretty easily. Will update once it's not horrifically messy.
u/22cthulu · 2 pointsr/Warmachine

You'll need to bags, one for your huge based models and one for your normal army. What I did was pick up a Plano 4 pistol gun case for $15 at Wal-Mart, and can fit my Judicator and both Vessels of Judgement(note my VoJ's are converted into hotrods so they're not very tall).

Then I put the rest of my Menoth army into a Battlefoam Go bag. Battlefoam is a bit expensive, but I've owned both Battlefoam and Army Transport bags, and Battlefoam is worth the extra money IMHO. For Battlefoam, I've had both a Go bag and a PP Warmachine Big Bag with wheels, I prefer the Go Bag as the pouch on the front of the Big Bag annoyed me to no end.

u/HedonismBott · 2 pointsr/trees

I had been looking at cases for a while (bag style and hard case) but couldn't find anything for a reasonable price. I was about to buy a tackle box and foam and do something similar to OP's until I found this -->

I bought it at acadamy for $14. It's not heavy duty, but for the price and size it is the best i found for under $30. I can post pic's of mine if anyone wants to see

u/soupcat42 · 2 pointsr/Warhammer

I'm a big fan of these:

In my necron one I got a monolith 3 ghost arks, 2 annihilation barges and a triach stalker. They also fit 2 of the short slot foam GW uses.

u/VicariousJambi · 2 pointsr/CCW

You can use this ($9 on amazon) and add whatever lock you want that'll fit. I just got one yesterday. The plastic seems pretty good for how cheap it was.

u/xXBantamXx · 2 pointsr/Warhammer40k

I use these on the cheap. Gun carrying cases. I can normally fit about 2000 points in one case, or 9 Razorbacks, or a Stormraven and a Dreadknight with several Dreadnougts. The foam is soft and does not chip paint. Also there is no need to cut the foam if do not want to.

u/r4wromg · 2 pointsr/mechmarket

Just fyi, but I use this gun sock for my Minivan and it works super well. Couldn't be happier

u/CypherFox · 2 pointsr/airsoft

They're a lot deeper than they look! If all else fails, just get a smaller Plano case just for the guns and get another lockable container for everything else. Perhaps something like this (they're pretty chunky)? You don't have to use the center foam layer. I've even seen people use emptied out tool boxes bike locked to benches.

u/dailyherold · 2 pointsr/Trackballs

Gun sock technically! Best $6.84 I've spent recently! link

u/blueingreen85 · 2 pointsr/Multicopter

Buy the MTM 4 pistol case on Amazon. It's $15 with free prime shipping.

u/Dumplati · 2 pointsr/canadaguns

Thanks for the help.

Went with the following.

BLACKHAWK! Sportster Range Bag, Black

3 Trigger Locks

Chamber Flags


Stapler Staples

Cheap Earplugs

Cleaning Kit Should I also get a collapsible one? Was unable to find one on Amazon.

Eye Protection

Primary Ear Protection

Anything I missed?
[Secondary Ear Protection] ( Incase my main ones fail, or I have a guest.

u/Noted_Authority · 2 pointsr/flashlight

Plano makes a range of inexpensive hardcases like this one.

u/elmfuzzy · 2 pointsr/Warhammer

I just use a 17 dollar gun case I got on amazon. Works wonders and has tons of room.

u/robocop88 · 1 pointr/Glocks

Don't really need to bring cleaning supplies to the range IMHO. I like the Howard Leighton electronic ear pro.

Howard Leight by Honeywell Impact Sport Sound Amplification Electronic Earmuff, Classic Green (R-01526)

If you don't want electronic ones then any ear pro for shooting from 3m, peltor, and Howard Leight is a good call.

As far as a range bag goes, of its just the one gun then I would think too hard about it. Most range bags are overpriced tactical fashion accessories. I've spent money on nice ones for 2 and 3 gun competitions because the extra organization and protection is nice. When I'm taking just my Glock 19 to the range I chuck it in a tool bag.

If you really want a purpose built one that isn't too expensive I'd recommend this one:

BlackHawk Pistol Range Bag SPORTSTER Bag Black Nylon 74RB02BK

u/jtmoneybags · 1 pointr/vaporents

Well because it is $250 retail does not mean it's worth $250 (think of when you go to a head shop and something has a price tag of $250 and you can easily haggle it down to $100). I could have just used my $50 18mm GonG bong (that is honestly nicer than the hydratubes) with the unit inverted if I really wanted the water filtration. For me the wait ended up not really being worth the hydratube. Like I said, if you have other vaping options that you are happy with and can wait the month+ (if and when they re-drop the item) go for it. I said pretty good deal, not amazing by any means. To me an amazing deal would be money off the actual unit.

Also: VapeXhale charges $125 for their TravelBuddy carrying case. You can buy the same exact thing on amazon for $12. Another example of retail vs. actual value.

u/Sasquatchtration · 1 pointr/Denver
u/jjbbllkk · 1 pointr/synthesizers

Screen protectors are highly recommended. I have micro scratches on my screen after extended use because I didn't use one.

The actual antennae or a cheap one from eBay or Amazon is your best bet.

For a case, I suggest this : MTM Single Handgun Case for up to 6-Inch Revolver (Black)

u/pewpew_tacotime · 1 pointr/guns

I've got this, and it's well made, affordable and does the job.

Case Club Waterproof 5 Pistol...

Lotsa options from Case Club.

u/Topre · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

You can use a handgun case if you are really scared of anything happening it to. Even without a case you should be fine though. You might want to get a sleeve/sock so it doesn't get scratched up.

u/DarkConSoul · 1 pointr/Warhammer

These are by far the best cases to carry tanks, and those akward shaped models in.

u/Yunocanhazit · 1 pointr/photography

Apparently I cant edit a photo post.

But the case is great for travel, event photography, and just storing. The hard case can sure take a beating and the foam inserts are completely customizable. NO TOOLS REQUIRED!

I currently have in my case:
1 x t3i body
1 x 18-55 kit lens
3 x extra batteries
1 x canon battery charger
1 x a shutter release
1 x small storage box for memory cards, cleaning cloths, and expendables

They come in different sizes if you have more items.

Here are all the Details for the case I used

u/quanganhdo · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Not my idea.

This Allen Company Knit Gun Sock for Handguns costs only 10 bucks and works great.

u/SKWAAAARK · 1 pointr/Warhammer40k

Battlefoam is nice, but it’s more for large armies. If you only have a small number of models to transport, you’d probably be better off with something like this case.

u/DarthPeanutButter · 1 pointr/pics

While that would be funny to see, this Blackhawk! pistol rug would most likely fit the revolver and is very reasonably priced even after shipping and handling.

u/SwashKnuckler · 1 pointr/ar15

Is it this one? I don't know why it seems so cool to store it broken down, but it does.

u/Sarthax · 1 pointr/boardgames

I saw those also. Grey, Red, Green for Normal, Berzerkers, and Toxic. Looked really well done. That's a level of mastery of painting I don't have quite yet to get it to look right. Had a very Romero feel to it.

If you don't have a mini storage solution, I'd recommend a 15 dollar Plano pistol case for the minis.
One will securely and safely hold all of season 1 retail, zombie dogs, companion dogs, all season 2 base heroes, and half the zombies from season 2 and toxic city mall. I have 3 of them and 2 should be more than enough for everything that is Season 1 and 2. It will take up a lot more space but if you paint you need to keep them from bouncing around and ruining all that hard work. I love these cases and will probably get more for other mini based games.

u/porkuslime · 1 pointr/boardgames

Depending on where you are located, I know that Walmart and "hunting" shops sell pistol cases by Plano.. they are filled with 3 layers of eggshell and pluck foam and hold a WHOLE lotta models. I currently have 7 Dedadball teams (approx 90 models) in mine.. and it is small, and has a convienient carrying handle.

Amazon also has them.. here is a link

Amazon link

u/zero_cool1138 · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

I have 1 of pretty much every current expansion save for the upsilon and the resistance bomber in 1 of these and multiples of many. GREAT option for epic ships. Line the top of the inside with foam or bubble and you can use the top tier too. Take a sharp razor and just cut out the shapes, use the mini as your template and score the shape into the surface, move the mini and carve out a slot that shape. Dont go too deep and you're all set. If you lay them out and maximize your space before hand these can be insanenly space efficient. On top of that it could take a tumble down some stairs and leave everything intact. Beats a bulky and expensive Feldherr that doesnt even protect as well. More work but so cheap. Good luck!

May the force be with you!

u/ilevakam117 · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

Grey towel? Are you wanting a carrying sleeve or something? If so I used to use a gun sock myself that was grey. In particular this one

u/PhantomWang · 1 pointr/Warmachine

This isn't exactly what you're looking for, but it's what I use for transporting models. It's a regular Plano gun case. Mine came with three layers of foam meaning you can fit two layers of models into it nicely. I cut holes for the bottom models and simply put the top layer of models in without cutting holes. Fits everything from small based warcasters to my Extreme Dire Troll Mauler.

u/handsomewolves · 1 pointr/XWingTMG

> plano 1404

the one i'm seeing on amazon has more of a egg crate box not like what you have.

u/Watts300 · 1 pointr/3DS

How about a pistol case? Seriously.

Edit // Changed link // I kind of like that one. It has two holes in the case for locks. A 3DS, some games, and a charger is pricey and worthy of a lock. The games would be stored under the foam. It can be lifted out. Or you can slice little slots in the foam with a razor blade and insert the carts.

Man that's a good idea. I might get that for my own because I have a grip, too.

u/Banzertank · 1 pointr/gobags

I'm sure there is, the problem is that you have to be the judge of how large the pack is. Obviously you need it to be at least 18-20" long/tall and 8" wide, but you would probably have to look at them yourself. I recommend you keep an eye on Woot. They have the Yukon Outfitters stuff I linked up above every month or two for really good prices. They might have a model that suits you.

You could also make an effective go bag out of something like this that is built to hold an AR. There are a lot of brands out there, so shop around to find one with the quality/price you like.

u/d_minus_jedi · 1 pointr/arduino

If I were to guess, this one. $25 seems to be a pretty good deal.

u/Bumblemore · 1 pointr/Autocockers101

Maybe this one? It might be kind of tight with the pump handle, and maybe not enough room for a barrel.

u/nsdhanoa · 1 pointr/photography

Walmart had these for $11 last Black Friday but $14 isn't bad either. The one I got had a layer of pick and pluck but I can't see if this one does or not

u/paint3all · 1 pointr/guns

Here's a similar pistol:

What you have is probably worth quit a bit of money, treat it well. Don't ever try to restore it, clean it, scrub it, ect*. You might consider replacing the rag with this:

u/Sheepdog707 · 1 pointr/electronic_cigarette

I use a padded pistol case. Easily Holds my rebuilding materials and a few bottles of juice.

u/mcirish_ · 1 pointr/DnD
u/schmitty743 · 1 pointr/guns

Couldn't find it on Wally World's website, but Amazon had them for $5 more here

u/cool_chatters · 1 pointr/EntExchange - Asking $190 shipped - Forgot to photo it but this case is included: - F* yeah even the CASE is USA MADE!!!

Hey guys, don't use my 10mm rig very much and looking to get it to a new home. If you want USA made but don't want to spend heady amounts here is a good bundle. I have used it only about 20 times, definitely under 30! The whole setup cost just over $400 new (rig was $140, nail was $160 but some places sell it for $195, cap was $90, travel case was $15). The nail is in great shape, always cleaned with a qtip immediately after using, obviously used though. No chips or other cosmetic imperfections anywhere. The cap very slightly different than the one in the screenshot but I paid the same amount for it back when they were called Capstars. The rig is killer and hits like a champion. I have 4 other rigs i usually use and this was only for special occasions when I had people over and never left the house! Usually I use an enail and rarely broke out the torch.

I'm hoping to sell it as a bundle, but i'd sell the rig itself for $100 shipped, or i'd sell the nail and cap as a combo for $150 shipped. ** $10 off if you dont need the travel case, and i will wrap it in tons of bubble wrap.

I know my camera phone pics suck but if you want better photos of anything let me know.

u/Drubkpirate · 1 pointr/VEDC

Plano 108031 AW XL Pistol/Accessories Case Black

I have one of their AW rifle cases permanently mounted on the roof of my vehicle. Has chains, air compressor, jack, ratchet straps, gloves, jumper cables, torque wrench, and a few other items in it. I've ratchet strapped items down on top of it and it hasn't broken. It's been up there for about a year through all types of weather and hasn't leaked at all either.

u/bobbothegobbo · 1 pointr/Warhammer40k

The problem with tackle boxes (used to use em for years) is stuff breaking is inevitable, or paint chipping, or heaven forbid you put a model in a spot it shouldn't be.. or you hear the telltale SNAP! of a bad placement..

That Sabol Foam link I saw was my entry level case until I got better when money permitted.. and I know people who use gun boxes (they come with the pluckfoam and everything! and are as cheap as 10$ at some places) and they can carry about 40 infantry in a pistol case, and 4 tanks in another.. to each their own, the dude looks a little crazy walkin around with 2 pistol cases but hey leaps and bounds better than a tackle box.. cheaper too..

His were much nicer than these, and about the same price, but this was a 2 second search for shits and giggles...

u/Soonermandan · 1 pointr/gaming

At LEAST take the gpu's out and transport them in their original boxes. Personally, I transport mine in a pistol case

u/froomja · 1 pointr/Warhammer

I use several of these . The egg carton style foam layers hold infantry well and the bottom layer (pluck foam if you are lucky) is easily cut for tanks and larger models. Not ideal, but cheap and portable.

u/R1cket · 1 pointr/Multicopter

I have seen recommended "Harbor Freight Tools" in pretty much every case-related thread around Helifreak and maybe here in reddit too. I didn't realize it was an actual brick-and-mortar store until a couple days ago. Search for it on Google Maps and you may find one near you! (obviously I have no idea where in the world you are, so maybe not)

You can also order online:

I'm unclear on which models have the foam insert with the removable squares. If you search around Helifreak you'll see tons of people with Harbor Freight cases but they all use the foam squares, not the crappy dividers that are pictured in all the above search results. Maybe the cases come with both foam and dividers and you pick which one to use?

In any case, I plan to stop by my local Harbor Freight first when I'm ready to make my own.

Also look for gun cases. This is another one I've seen posted a couple times in Helifreak. Though maybe only suited for micro copters.

u/FSMCA · 1 pointr/Multicopter

I use a plano 4 pistol case a little large, but I am sure my DX18 won't get damaged and it has room for other gear too.

u/oO0-__-0Oo · 1 pointr/Firearms

If you think you will ever take more to the range, consider getting something a bit larger than what you currently need.

As GreenTurtle mentioned, the midway bags are popular and decently priced.

I personally got a cheap travel bag from Walmart with roller wheels and a collapsible handle. I keep my handguns and mags in this case:

I put that hard case inside the big travel bag's main compartment. My other assorted items are kept in the few pockets, and some in the main compartment outside the hard case. Keeping smaller cases inside 1 large container keeps it highly adaptable, and having roller wheels is good for the days when I bring a LOT of ammo.

My bigger bag is like this:

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u/ClappingBear · 1 pointr/guns

I picked up one of these for a trip I took a few months back, seems to be holding up well enough for the price

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/Warmachine

I prefer the four pistol one in that series (double the size). It's 15 bucks and holds a couple full armies. I've got about 80 pts of cygnar in one of mine.

u/PlaysWithMadness · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

This is the one I ordered.

u/turtlobenzene · 1 pointr/mechmarket

I can do $80. Keys are all fine. I miss my arrow keys too much so probably going to get a TKL, likely the K65 RGB :D I'll throw in this bag in if you're ok with $80.

u/kimslawson · 1 pointr/MechanicalKeyboards

I'm gonna try this

Note the reviews that say it works well for 60% keyboards. I'm hoping the Calibur doesn't stick out too too far. It's knit, so it should stretch a bit.

u/captain_plan_it · 1 pointr/guns

I picked up one of these.

It has another set of foam beneath this one. I just now need to purchase 3 more handguns.

u/TopRamen713 · 1 pointr/Warhammer

I just got a 4-pistol case and it's been working great so far - $20. It fits my whole High Elf army. I'll probably need to get 2-3 for my Skaven. I don't see it working for vehicles, though.

u/Seekhay · 1 pointr/liberalgunowners

I wouldn't recommend a soft bag (for reasons already pointed out), however I can recommend something like this

I've been using mine for a couple of years now and I really like it. There are smaller and larger versions of it, however I find that even if I rarely bring 4 pistols with me, I can cram all kinds of other goodies in the case instead. (Like ear/eyepro, spare ear plugs, boxes of ammo etc.)

Edit: As someone who lives in north Jersey (Bergen County) I totally get your apprehension with respect to feeling like an outsider as a gunowner, take a look at and consider joining, I know that there's a NYC/NNJ chapter being created right now, though I don't know how close to the city you are.

Either way, enjoy your new found hobby!

u/Z33taxi · 1 pointr/guns

Smith&Wesson M&P Shield in 9mm. So far I've passed 200 rounds through it without an issue

$9 MTM Single Handgun Case-

u/SweetConfusion · 1 pointr/hotsauce

Maybe a pistol case? They can be pretty cheap for a basic one, the spendier ones have "pluck out" foam if you wanted each bottle to have it's own home. But I think a basic one would be fine.

u/improbablydrunknlw · 1 pointr/canadaguns

I use This fits my Ar lower, two pistols and 4 mags easily. Could probably fit more of I tried. Sail has it for $20.

u/fastlerner · 1 pointr/CZFirearms

My case has sat in the closet since I got it. Got a pistol rug for it so it fits neatly in my range bag or nightstand.

u/crazy3mofo · 1 pointr/boltaction
u/DuhMayor · 1 pointr/Multicopter
u/ausglasstin · 1 pointr/PipeTobacco

I got this one.. if you go to more buying options, there is one from amazon for 11 now

u/b0wzy · 1 pointr/canadaguns

I use a black Condor 42" double rifle bag. For my ammo I just chuck it in a four pistol hard case made by Plano.

Looking for other options for the ammo.

u/slick8086 · 0 pointsr/EDC