You put a lot of money and sweat into your guns: Practicing at the range, taking that big buck, ringing 1,000-meter shots on 12" of steel. Your pistols and long guns are top performers, so it only makes sense that you protect 'em by investing in quality gun cases. The team at Range Often lives n' breathes the trigger game, so we set out to compile the best AR-15, rifle, and pistol cases on the market. To keep our promise of quality, we source our gun cases from top names like SKB, Voodoo Tactical, Pelican, Plano, and other tier-one companies.
Shooters of different disciplines require different solutions for their weapon storage and transport needs. You might need a lightweight soft case that's comfortable and easy to carry all those miles to your cabin or blind. Or, maybe you need a rough-ready hard case that can be thrown around in a hurry and take a beating through all those competitions or night ops.
Whatever your needs, we found a selection of quality hard and soft cases that we put to the test. The gun cases we source offer weather-resistant materials and construction, locking zippers, padded and separated compartments for organizing all your range, shooting, and hunting gear, and much more.
We believe in understanding the equipment you bring with you to the range -- we're not here to just tell you that "so-and-so" case is perfect for your AR-15, nor are we going to suggest an inferior case for your handguns. Reference the guide to find what types of rifle and pistol cases are available, what features you should consider, and what's best for your setup.
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