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Pelican 1750 Protect Case Hard 50.5X13.5X5 1750-000-110

by Pelican
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  • Waterproof, crush-proof and dust-proof
  • Easy open double throw latches
  • Open cell core with solid wall design - strong, lightweight
  • O-Ring seal
  • Automatic pressure equalization valve
  • Pelican cases are kept watertight through the use of a tongue and groove fit and a polymer o-ring.
  • Pelican cases come standard with an Automatic Pressure Equalization Valve which releases built up air pressure while keeping water out.
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Product Description

Pelican 1750 Protect Case Black Hard 50.5X13.5X5 1750-000-110

Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 53 x 6.1 x 16 inches ; 24.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 24.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: Made in USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000AOMA1S
  • Item model number: 1750-000-110
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (264 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,658 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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No worries about protecting my rifles with this case.
I was able to use the Proxxon 37080 Hot Wire Cutter to cut the foam inside the case to make a nice custom pelican case.
Victor L
Spend the money, buy a Pelican, and never worry about another case again.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

79 of 81 people found the following review helpful By retrodog on April 16, 2010
Color Name: Black
I've been hauling my rifles around for years. Some of them are quite expensive and I wanted something that would protect them well. This case has three layers of foam. The two side layers are left solid to protect the contents, while the middle layer can be custom cut to almost any shape you need. That locks in the gun without putting too much pressure on it like cheaper cases. Making the cutouts just a bit smaller than the gun shape will keep them nice and tight, but still easy to insert and remove.

The plastic exterior is fairly thick and very rugged. It looks and feels like it would take a good beating and hold up just fine. There are four very thick heavy-duty clasps that hold it closed. Hinges and material feel very solid. No apparent weak spots in the moving parts.

One side, at one end, of the case has two small diameter wheels. These wheels are fairly wide though and made of some very hard rubber material. Pelican put an extra carry handle at the other end of the case so that you could just grab that end and let the other end roll along on the floor, cutting your carry weight in half. There is also the traditional side handle though in case you want to carry it in the conventional manner.

There's also a little pressure release valve for pressure equalization or some such thing, but I haven't fiddled around with that at all so I'm not really sure how useful it is.

All-in-all I'd have to say that this is one tough cookie. I've been using it for about 6-7 years and it has held up well. I'd get another one exactly like it in a heartbeat.

Oh, and another feature that I'd like to point out is the availability of additional foam inserts. For about $50 you can get a 3-pack.
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43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By 50BMG Shooter on February 22, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
To start with, I live by the saying "you get what you pay for". YES, Pelican brand cases are expensive. YES, you can find similar cases much cheaper. NO, they aren't the same! I own MANY different brands of cases, and if you're just transporting a gun or two from your home to the range, ok fine. A Plano or similar case will "work". If you plan on transporting your gun on a plane somewhere, or you have a high quality expensive firearm (or camera equipment, computer parts, etc), then just "works" doesn't work for me. I have purchased other Pelican cases in the past, and with good reason. They have the highest quality, the most durable materials, and stand behind their products 100%.

Durable, high impact case with 4 latches AND lock eyelets with steel rings for security
high quality foam inserts, not the cheap egg crate foam
automatic pressure release valve
TSA approved for airline travel (NOTE, not ALL cases can be carried on a plane!
high impact wheels for easy transport, also has a top carry handle to give you options

the case itself is very heavy. you could drive a car or truck over the case and it wouldn't break. Once you load a 10-15lb rifle (or in my case, a 35lb rifle) it's a bit of a chore regardless.
price is high - yes, but again you can't expect high quality AND a cheap price. That's not how it works
foam is somewhat difficult to work with. Plan on spending some time PREPARING to do your cutouts. You don't want to mess it up, since replacement foam is upwards of $30. Plan, draw, review, THEN cut!

That's my review in a nutshell. Hope it helps!
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42 of 45 people found the following review helpful By busyguy on September 8, 2012
Color Name: Desert Tan Verified Purchase
We used these for my tours in baghdad and Central America with special ops, and never had a problem, so when I saw the pelican cases on civilian purchase I snared one years ago. This is my third one, as I now hunt with my kids and that means several weapons.
Bottom line: the gorillas at the airline baggage system cannot hurt your weapon or scope once it is in this case.
Simple setup: put your weapon on the foam, draw an outline. Use anything you want to cut the outline (they sell fancy melting wires, not needed if you can handle a kitchen knife without severing a digit) out of the middle foam layer. Your weapon will then be cradled with firm foam intact layer on the bottom, form fitting cut out soft layer around it, and then another firm layer on top.
The foam is just the beginning of the protection. The case seals solid with 4 lockable snaps. The wheels roll well and are protected. It is relatively light and easy to handle.
Buy the extra foam and you can use it for more than one type of rifle, just switch out the custom cut layer.
I can fit 2 hunting rifles, even 1ar15 and a hunting rifle in a single case.
You can also cut out for one rifle and optics.
It will only fit one African safari type rifle due to barrel length and muzzle brake.
War story: we once accidentally dropped one of these cases with a sniper rifle in it from about 80 feet off the back of a chopper when the pilot flared in a aggressive pattern too high. When we got on the ground and recovered the weapon, it was still sighted in and scope was intact. Don't try this at home.
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28 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Grizz41626 on May 27, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
A lot of people don't think that you need to spend this kind of money on a case, but take it from me it matters! I've been shooting competitively for years now and nothing is worse than buying a cheap case and having to completely reset your optics after a flight. Spend the money upfront or waste time afterwards just getting back to square one. This is my third pelican case so now I don't have to switch out the inserts when I bring different setups. But switching the foam inserts is a way to save a little money if you want. Also if your looking for a double firearm case for an AR-15 style weapons system you can usually do it with this case. Although if you are going to try and put two 20" barrel AR-15 it's going to be really tight. Also be careful cutting the foam make sure you have the layout exactly how you want it before you start cutting or you can end up with a real mess!
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