Keep your handguns, gear, and small arms safe and secure by investing in a soft or hard pistol case. Range Often set out to source the best pistol cases for comfort and carry. We wanted to offer handgun cases that could take a beating, offer waterproof protection for any environment, and provide convenient transport with locking features and airline-approved designs.
We're not here to sell you a rinky-dink pistol case with single stitching that can barely hold a Kahr .380. The cases we pick out boast beefy construction with crush- and tear-proof materials, closed-cell foam inserts or thick padding and straps to keep everything tidy and protected, advanced locking systems and latches, and bar-tacked stitching to handle the weight. The cases you find here will be ready to host your N-frame revolvers and magnum auto pistols alike.
We know that, for many shooters, a convenient indoor range isn't nearby. Often, you go outdoors to shoot. Whether it's public land or private property, you need an easy, reliable way to carry your pistols and gear when the range isn't across a parking lot. That's why we worked closely with top names, like Case Club, 5.11, Voodoo, and G.P.S. Tactical, to provide all-weather-ready pistol cases that can handle a little abuse.
Don't believe us? Check out our G.P.S. Handgunner Backpack review.
A pistol case can be small and capable of holding a single handgun. Or, it can function as a mobile shooting lounge, carrying dozens of magazines, handguns, gear, targets, and everything else you'd need for a day at the range. We picked up a selection of carry and shoulder cases to provide all shooters with the right carry and range case solution. Want that small, pistol case? Check out 5.11's Single Pistol Case. Want an all-in-one bag? Try G.P.S. Tactical and Case Club's Backpacks.
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