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    TSA approved rifle cases

    Hi Everyone,

    What is the best TSA approved rifle case in your opinion for transporting while flying?

    Thanks!

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    I've got three pretty nice cases that I use if flying (thank God I don't have to fly to hunt very often).

    I absolutely love Pelican cases. I you prefer plastic there is nothing better (IMO).
    My other one is a really nice stainless one with a rod that goes through four fittings on the outside.
    This came from Sportsmans. I have a pretty expensive Plano but I would choose the first two over it.
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    I just bought the pelican double rifle case and cut out the foam and seems like it is an excellent case. All the reviews I read about them they say they are well worth it. I will post again when I get back from alaska and let u know how the case worked out.

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    Yep Pelican is the way I fly. Can't go wrong with the construction.
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    Three for three !!!!!

    I have at least 6 other smaller pelican cases. I just thought about it and I have two SKB cases that are great bow cases.
    I still rank the Pelican cases ahead of all others.
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    Pelican. No need to look elsewhere. I love mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Retterath View Post
    I just bought the pelican double rifle case and cut out the foam and seems like it is an excellent case. All the reviews I read about them they say they are well worth it. I will post again when I get back from alaska and let u know how the case worked out.
    I've had this pelican case for 4 years. Its bulletproof.

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    I use the Boyt H51 and no complaints, BPS is running a sale on them for $150ish.

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    My favorite case is my Pelican case...its branded in Bass Pro's, Red Head line. Saved a few dollars that way.

 

 

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