Case Club Five Pistol Case

Case Club is a US based company out of Anaheim , Ca. All of their products are made in the USA. The company makes custom cases as well as custom foam inserts. They have a huge number of cases for just about every use a person could think of. The number of available products numbers 1,709 cases.

The case of interest for this review is the large pistol carry and shipping case, which holds five pistols as well as a good number of accessories. All of the gun cases include a silica gel aluminum block which has it’s own slot in the foam to reduce moisture during long-term storage or use in high humidity environments.



• Holds up to 5 pistols with 10 extra magazines
• Case is 100% Waterproof and Dustproof
• Case is crushproof
• Hydro absorbent silica gel included to prevent rust
• Foam insert is (closed cell) military grade polyethylene which can be wiped clean
• Case is padlockable
• Case is Airline Approved for checked luggage
• Quick draw design
• Compact design leaves no wasted space. (Outside Case Dims. 19.75″ x 15.53″ x 7.48″)
• Max length of pistols is 8 5/8″
• Lifetime Guarantee on all Cases
• Manufactured in America

I’ve been using this case for the past several weeks and found the quality to be equal to many of the much higher cost cases. At $150.00 for a case with these features it’s hard to beat.

Shown with my pistols, 10 extra mags,hearing protection and other accessories.

Shown with my pistols, 10 extra mags,hearing protection and other accessories.

I also tested the case by dropping it from 50′ and also jumping on it. I used a power washer to blast it around my backyard and it is indeed waterproof. These certainly aren’t scientific test by any means but the case held up just fine to the abuse. The two latches still lock tightly and the locks built into the latches worked just as well as they did before the informal test.


The case is also TSA approved for carrying guns as checked baggage. Case Club also has a number of TSA approved locks that can be purchased with any of their cases. Cases are available for one pistol or revolver right up to eight pistols or revolvers, as well as rifle-sized cases. Custom foam can also be ordered to fit your particular handgun, rifle or shotgun.





Cases can be ordered from the Case Club website.

Phil White

Retired police officer with 30 years of service. Firearms instructor and SRU team member. I still instruct with local agencies. My daily carry pistol is the tried and true 1911. I’m the Associate Editor and moderator at TFB. I really enjoy answering readers questions and comments. We can all learn from each other about our favorite hobby!


  • Steven Heins

    You don’t use TSA approved locks when you check you guns while flying. No one but you should have access to the case.

    • Cymond

      Heck, I’ve read about photographers who want to protect their $10,000+ setups. They pack a gun in their camera case specifically to take advantage of the heightened security given to gun cases at airports.

    • Well they sure will open them with bolt cutters if they want to. I know they have opened mine before and left a printout saying they searched my bag.

      • junyo

        They open a case with declared firearms, haven’t they pretty much taken possession of those guns? Because I’m sure as heck not responsible for what happened while the guns were unsecured and out of my physical custody. And I have never seen TSA want to take that kind of liability.

        I put a shrouded lock on my cases when I fly, so they’ve got to basically destroy the case to get inside. The one time I had an issue – apparently the special examination room was in some non-public area away from the main terminal – they asked for the key and I told them to pound sand, that case wasn’t getting opened without me being present. And so TSA hauled my case back into the main terminal, had me open it, searched to their satisfaction, and then had me reapply the lock. No bolt cutters.

        • I’ve only seen it happen once and that was to a case a major gun company brought to an event. I saw the cut lock.

          Now on mine I should have been more clear. Mine had an approved lock and they opened it with a key I guess because everything was locked but that folder from TSA was inside telling me they opened it and why they could etc. I wasn’t happy but what are you going to do but change to non-approved locks like you used.

  • superflex

    This gives me an idea for the Pelican case I just scored from my office.

    Some new kaizen foam and I’m in business.
    Now where to get those tacticool operator gloves.

  • Russ

    Ooooo. The “4 AR-15 Rifle & Accessory Case” is right up my alley. Thanks for the link.

  • Pmdata

    50 feet or five feet?

  • G0rdon_Fr33man

    Does large pistols fit in there? A D.E or a 6 inch revolver?

  • john huscio

    A lot like case cruizer

  • Long-Rod-Von-Hugen-Dong

    I have been considering buying one of these but my only issues is that a few of my guns wear lights. Can you try putting one in backwards to see if that way it would accommodate a light?