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    Quote Originally Posted by Hambo View Post
    I'd say discreet cases aren't...
    Agreed.

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    Promedia Gear large tripod bag; big enough to hold more than one gun. Let’s see if this link works; I have no affiliation with the maker or seller, other than being a multi-time satisfied customer:

    https://www.adorama.com/pmgbag01.htm...hredirect=true

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    Last edited by Rex G; 09-01-2019 at 03:04 PM.
    Retar’d LE

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    Another vote for guitar/bass gig bags or cases.
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    Quote Originally Posted by spyderco monkey View Post
    Can't go wrong with a Lamp Box if you want something no-profile. Toss in the 1301 with a soft case, single piece of tape closure on the top, and you could be moving or selling something:

    https://www.uhaul.com/MovingSupplies...747&media=8711
    Unrelated to the topic at hand, but that's very similar to how I moved my guns the last two times we've moved. We had a moving company coming to take everything, but I'd already packed up the valuables, booze, and guns with the rest of the stuff (clothes, toiletries, etc.) we were taking in our own Penske truck. I used a couple wardrobe boxes intermingled with our other stuff (we were moving into corporate/temp housing while our stuff went into storage) and all the boxes were packed and had tamper evident tape on them when the movers got there. I loaded the stuff onto my little Penske truck and that was it. The head guy asked if the guns were still in the safe, told him they'd already been sent ahead.
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    I like this - the right size / shape, but very generic.
    Bookmarked for future use.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rex G View Post
    Promedia Gear large tripod bag; big enough to hold more than one gun. Let’s see if this link works; I have no affiliation with the maker or seller, other than being a multi-time satisfied customer:

    https://www.adorama.com/pmgbag01.htm...hredirect=true

    It may be possible to order the same product through Amazon, perhaps through Adorama’s Amazon “store,” to support your favored Amazon affiliate.

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    Anyone else ever think about using a golf bag to haul long guns to the range?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GyroF-16 View Post
    I like this - the right size / shape, but very generic.
    Bookmarked for future use.
    Same. I'm liking that one. Probably pretty sturdy too given the heft that some of those tripods have.

    Quote Originally Posted by OlongJohnson View Post
    Anyone else ever think about using a golf bag to haul long guns to the range?
    I know a couple folks that have used hard sided golf club/bag travel cases to haul guns to the range.
    "If you think it's expensive to hire a professional to do the job, wait until you hire an amateur."
    Disclaimer: I work in the firearms industry as a designer and engineer. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are only mine and not that of my employer (past or present).

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    I was recently shopping for a tennis bag. When I was reading the reviews trying to decide which one to buy, I was surprised at how many mentioned if their rifle would fit. I didn't pay much attention to the details, but I think they were mostly discussing ARs. Might be another option.

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    I bought a bright red hockey gear bag a while back, works great for ARs plus accessories. Unfortunately, draws a lot of unwanted attention as GA is not a big hockey state

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