Americase Launches Aluma-Trans-UL- 3-Gun Event Case

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posted on June 13, 2012
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"This case is designed differently by having a front slot specifically to hold a shotgun rather than it being stored in a bag. This case was developed by Americase after listening to professional 3-Gun Event shooters, resulting in what we believe to be an excellent 3-Gun Event Case for the marketplace today", said Bill Kinsala, President at Americase.

This case has a locking rod system, recessed wheels, spring loaded handles, four quality latches and has the Americase luggage restraint system. The interior consists of 2 compartments. The front slot is 47" x 2" x 6" and as mentioned, is specifically for a shotgun. The back compartment holds a weapons/drag bag, and measures 48 ¾ x 12" x 6". The AT-VS-3-Gun Case, is made of tempered aluminum that is both light weight and very durable.

For more information please contact our sales team at 800-972-2737 or visit our website at www.americase.com

About Americase:

Americase is the premier case manufacturer of airline quality transport cases for Guns, Archery and Industrial equipment. Americase produces commercial carrying cases as well as custom gun cases for shotguns, pistols, rifles, and archery equipment.

Cases utilize extruded aluminum and the highest quality hardware available. Americase has been providing Quality Carrying Cases Made in the U.S.A. since 1985.

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