MidwayUSA Introduces Zombie Patterned Rifle Case

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posted on July 20, 2012
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The MidwayUSA Zombie Rifle Cases have been engineered to provide exceptional protection for rifles and carbines. Available in two sizes, 42 inches (#272-981) and 46 inches (#665-400), these cases are constructed of an advanced dual density bonded padding system that provides superior impact protection compared to the basic foam used in other cases.

"With the wide assortment of Zombie shoots popping up all across the nation," said Jeff Larkin, vice president of merchandising for MidwayUSA. "It seemed only natural that MidwayUSA should offer a high quality case in a unique and thematically appropriate style."

Other features include heavy duty, highly abrasion resistant ballistic fabric, oversized self-repairing coil zippers, webbed handles, reinforced seam stitching, metal hardware, shoulder strap, snag-proof 420D lining fabric and unique bio-hazard MidwayUSA logo. Cases are not TSA or FAA approved.

MidwayUSA offers more than 100 different Zombie themed products. Be sure to check out www.midwayusa.com and search for the key word "Zombie".

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