“Prepper” Handgun Case from Case Cruzer

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Case Cruzer offers the “Prepper” handgun case for two handguns and assorted accessories. The case includes space for two full-size handguns up to 9.25″ in total length (the G17 is 8″ long for reference) and additional compartments for magazines, etc. While the PR and case were released last year, I got a chance to see one at the local multi-gun match earlier today and was impressed.

Designed to be low-profile and discreet, the case can be fully secured with an outside padlock and includes spaces for trigger locks on the stored handguns. The case fully seals to the environment. Similar packs are available for 4, 5 and more handguns.

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The Prepper Quick Draw case retails for $225.00. You can pick it up from CaseCruzer.com 

For those wanting a chuckle, the full Press Release text is below. You can tell the Marketing department had a wee bit of fun with it.

Prepper Handgun Case Specifications:
OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS: 20.25″L x 16.93″W x 8.78″H
EMPTY WEIGHT: 11.25 Lbs.
CASE FITS: Semi-automatics: up to 9.25″ long

Revolvers: 4″ barrel length or shorter

CARRY-ON NO – CHECK-IN ONLY
SAFETY FEATURE LOCKABLE
COLOR: BLACK
WARRANTY: LIFETIME

 

CaseCruzer Adds Touch of James Bond (Not Bandito) to the 2 Pack Quickdraw Prepper Handgun Case

Tough, crush-proof transport solution brings style to firearm security

Preppers know they can’t run around town like Pancho Villa — a bandito with handguns ablaze, fighting doomsday intruders and injustice. They appreciate that the trend is firearm safety. To salute their wisdom to go undercover, CaseCruzer has added a touch of James Bond to the 2 Pack Quickdraw Prepper Handgun Case.

A sportsman who arrives for target practice with ammunition belts strapped across his chest sends the wrong message. Ay, caramba! Be a good citizen. The 2 Pack Quickdraw Prepper Handgun Case oozes suave professionalism and class. Its sleek, shock- and tamper-proof design says, “The name is Prepper. James Prepper.”

That doesn’t mean the new carrying case can’t handle the hardware. The CaseCruzer 2 Pack Quickdraw accommodates semi-automatic handguns up to 9.25″ and revolvers with a barrel length up to 4″. The interior rubber-cushioned slots store handguns in a quick-draw position for easy access. Even Q, Bond’s R & D specialist for the British Secret Service, would be impressed.

Yet the snug fit of the CaseCruzer 2 Pack Quickdraw Prepper Handgun Case resists dislodging and colliding of equipment while in transit. There is also storage space for up to 16 magazines and accessories, such as ear muffs and safety glasses — and maybe a martini mixer.

And no wheels, though one rubber over-molded fold-down handle gives this prepper innovation the look of an attaché-style case. Again, more Bond than bandito. Sorry, Pancho.

The reusable shipping transport solution is friendly to major brands, such as FNH, Auto-Ordnance, Sig Sauer, Colt, FNS, H&K, Glock, Remington, Springfield, Beretta, Ruger, Walther, Steyr and Smith & Wesson.

And all handguns are protected against water, air and dust with an ambient pressure equalization valve and o-ring seal. The easy-trigger latches allow the case to be padlocked for security. Classic black only. Exterior dimensions of the Prepper Handgun Case are a stylish 20.25″L x 16.93″W x 8.78″H. A perfect fit for home storage or travel.

The CaseCruzer 2 Pack Quickdraw Prepper Handgun Case is airline safe, ATA 300 rated. Please note: must be checked-in with other luggage at airports.

Also, the hard-shell exterior will survive any mode of transportation, including an Aston Martin two-seater and, yes, horseback. Hi-Ho, Siete Leguas! (Pancho named his ride Seven Leagues because it could gallop so far — from the law.) Like all CaseCruzer products, the 2 Pack boasts a lifetime warranty.

Modern life is sophisticated. Shoot-em-up survivalist scenarios may be entertaining, but the prepper community of civilian hacienda protectors, members of law enforcement, sportsmen and women, and shooting range fans understands that firearms must be safe and secure when not in use.

Join the CaseCruzer secret service. Be ready for anything with world-class packaging solutions for free people everywhere.

The CaseCruzer network of companies provides the community with the most comprehensive packaging solutions available on reusable carrying cases for applications such as Communications, Photography, Computers, Electronics, Weapons, Medical, Transportation and other industrial shipping and carrying case uses.  For more info about the new gun case, visit www.casecruzer.com; call 800-440-9925 in the U.S. or 909-613-1999 internationally; fax 909-465-5598; or write to CaseCruzer at 4665 State Street, Montclair, CA  91763



Nathan S.

One of TFB’s resident Jarheads, Nathan now works within the firearms industry. A consecutive Marine rifle and pistol expert, he enjoys local 3-gun, NFA, gunsmithing, MSR’s, & high-speed gear. Nathan has traveled to over 30 countries working with US DoD & foreign MoDs.

Nathan can be reached at Nathan.S@TheFirearmBlog.com

The above post is my opinion and does not reflect the views of any company or organization.


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  • junyo

    Why not just buy the Pelican case yourself and cut out the middleman?

    • sauerquint

      If you’ve ever bought a Pelican case you know they cost alot, even with no inserts. I don’t think you would be saving much.

      • junyo

        It’s similar dimensions to a 1520, which sells for a little more than half ($114.95 on Amazon as I type this) what they’re asking for this with the pluck and pack foam. They’re asking more for this than I paid for a 1510 + padded dividers, which is a more flexible setup for the same amount of gear IMHO. So I still think you can either a)save some money, or b) get a better setup for the money than this.

        • Jonathan Wright

          maybe, maybe not. I’ve yet to see a Pelican case with non foam inserts. while this setup may be a little gimmicky, i do like the way the pistol holding inserts look and you cant honestly say you’ve never paid a little more for something just because it looked cool.

  • Nicks87

    Nothing says I have guns in my car like a pelican case in the back seat.

    • noob

      hmm. I wonder if you could hide it inside a fake toolbox or something?

    • gunslinger

      we use pelican cases to transport demo electrical equipment.

    • avconsumer2

      *Nothing says I have something pretty valuable in my car like a pelican case in the back seat. (including the pelican case!)

      Fix’d

    • DrewN

      Precisely why I favor thrift shop carry-on suitcases. Making the foam insert is dead easy. Most have a “lock” if you need one, they are extremely inconspicuous, hold ton of stuff and are easy to wheel around.

  • noob

    I like the fact that the guns are pointed in a safe-ish direction when in the case – towards the floor, instead of sideways towards your lap.

    also you can grab them out of the case instead of digging in the foam insert for them.

    • gunslinger

      until you put the case on end or.. carry it, as they’ll either point at your foot or the person next to you

      • Yellow Devil

        True, but chances are you aren’t going to grab the pistols while the case is vertical. Well most people won’t. Someone will probable try it.

  • jack don

    Pretty nifty. Yet it still looks like a guncase. I seen some “packages” that are put together that involve old briefcases,a glock,the sub-2000 carbine,and many mags.

    Would a cop think twice about a briefcase that’s in a trunk of a white collar worker?
    Would your co-workers think that your briefcase contains such a setup,if you didn’t show them?

    This guncase would be a nice setup for the gun range though.