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Plano Pillared Single Scoped Gun Case

by Plano
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List Price: $39.00
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  • CASES: RIFLE, PISTOL and BOW
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Product Description

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The case is less than four inches thick, and an interlocking eggshell liner keeps your weapon secure.
The Plano Pillared Single-Scoped Gun Case, ideal for a trip to the range or a hunting trip to Alaska, keeps your weapon and riflescope secure on the go. The 13-by-3.75-by-53.6-inch (W x H x D) case features the patented PillarLock system and thick wall construction to protect your firearm when traveling.

Features:

  • Patented PillarLock system protects firearm
  • Holds rifle with large objective lens
  • Thick wall construction
  • Comfortable molded-in handle
  • Lockable/airline approved

Product Description

The PRO-Max single scoped rifle case is perfect for a trip to the range or a hunting trip to Alaska. It features the patented PillarLock system and thick wall construction to protect your firearm when your traveling.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3.8 x 53.6 x 13 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000P3WQ86
  • Item model number: 1511-01
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (357 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,359 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

The hinges are also bad, every time I open and close the case one of them pops off.
Maddog
The case is very light weight and when latched is sturdy enough to protect the rifle and keep it clean.
Greg
This is a great gun case and perfect to store and carry my rifle between home and the shooting range.
BuffyXO

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

92 of 92 people found the following review helpful By R. Carr on May 24, 2011
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For $28 what do you expect, an Abrams? I'm not going to Alaska, I'm not going to Europe, nor am I going to Africa for Cape Buffalo. I'm going down the road to my local range and I think the case is well suited for that feat. The fellow who berated this product has missed the point. The case is not made to do all the things he demands. Its simply made to hold secure a scoped rifle. If you want a case that offers all the amenities that reviewer looked for, you need to be in the $100+ range. Otherwise, this case is well suited for local purposes. The latches are adequate as is the padding. The handle is middle balanced and there is enough room for some small accessories like magazines. If in time it needs more padding, get it. Who cares? Its only a $28 gun case. When not in use, you can even store a couple of those zippered rifle bags in it to save space. Don't expect Corvette performance out of a hybrid. But the hybrid will certainly get you from point A to point B. The only disappointment was that, although it is advertised to hold a scoped rifle, my AR with a carry handle scope didn't fit by about a half inch. On the other hand, the scope is a large one. So oh well, all I do is unscrew the mount from the handle and stow the scope with the rifle, it wont lose zero. No biggie. I got what I paid for. I don't think using that criteria you will be disappointed.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Astraeus on September 13, 2012
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If you're looking to trek through the wilderness with your rifle encased in some extremely durable, survive all conditions rifle case, chances are you're looking at this produc because you're hoping for a cheap steal. No, do not buy this. You need to come to grips with the fact that you need to spend closer to $150 plus to get the case you want..

This rifle case is perfect for transporting your rifle from A to B in the car, to take your rifle to the shooting range, or up to the mountains for some target shooting or hunting. Additionally, when my rifle is at home, it's in this case, stored away in my closet. It locks well, has some egg crate foam style padding that can stay in place with the application of some glue (it's really not a problem at all) for the price, I think this case is a great deal and works wonderfully. Would I feel comfortable throwing this case into the snow/water/ground with my rifle inside? No. Is this a quality case that will take care of your rifle? Yes, absolutely. It takes great care of my Savage Axis, which I store in the case without having to detach my scope and bi-pod. I don't practice karate when transporting my rifle, nor do I chop down trees or plan to fight sasquatch with my rifle case (sarcastically knocking some of the reviews calling this cheap.. Look at the price! You get what you pay for) Highly recommended!
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Vitius Altius Fortius on February 5, 2008
Much sturdier than others offered for more $ locally. Crush resistant. Fits shotgun, shells, and extra barrel without problem.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By T. Ho on July 23, 2010
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Let's get one thing straight, this gun case is cheap! So if you're expecting anything more, then don't buy it.

It does its job of storing my Rem-870, but I would not use this case for air travel.

I gave this three stars because it's not bad and it's not that good. I wouldn't recommend using this case for anything except light transportation.

Pros:
- Cheap
- Good amount of padding
- Great for lengthy firearms

Cons:
- Won't fit in your typical car trunk e.g. Camery, Accord, etc. (Have to either place it in the rear seats, in the back of a pick-up truck or SUV)
- Firearm protection level: at best, this case is just one-up from a gun sock
- Won't keep minors out

My Recommendation(s)/Suggestion(s):
- Use it mainly for light transportation to the shooting range (don't cry about this case being scratched or dinged up)
- I suggest using a better case if you want to keep children out because the case is quite flimsy and you can easily crack it open or bend it enough to extract the firearm inside

Ultimately, this case is for LIGHT use as mentioned. I go to the shooting range with it and that's all!
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11 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Hekkenschütze on October 21, 2008
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It barely, just barely fits my Tikka T3 .300 Win Mag with large optic scope inside and between these pillars. Nice case, does its job and protects my rifle. What else is there to say?
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Matthew Murray on June 29, 2008
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Case is more flimsy than I expected especialy in the handle area however,
case seems to hold gun in place quite well.I carry my sks with highrise scope with plenty of room also holds extra boxes of ammo and I also carry
a pistol along with the rifle with no movement of either.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Joseph Fox on May 23, 2008
I am very pleased with my purchase of the ProMax (Plano) single scoped rifle case. It securely holds my Savage .17 HMR rifle (93R17-GV) with a 42mm scope. My rifle is about 40" in length and there is room to spare. The case is rugged, the clasps work well and for the price and free shipping it can't be beat.
Plano Pillared Single Scoped Gun Case
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Captain Hook on March 12, 2009
Although the case is well made for the money, the pillars ( which I assume are there to make the case more crush resistant) actually impinge upon the placement of the rifle and scope within the case. when placing a Ruger 10/22 target rifle ( 38") with Nikon scope, it is difficult to place in such a way so that there is sufficient padding( space between the rifle or scope and the pillars, even though the case is 53-54" long. If the rifle shifts within the case while being carried, it will be rubbing against hard plastic. I think they should make a rectangular case that's shorter, without the pillars,and not have the handle area cutting into the usable space of the case.
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