New Gun Case From Allen Company

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For years gun cases have been seen as nothing more than a receptacle used to transport firearms from Point A to Point B. Of course, they’re far more than that  for many of us. As someone who shoots and hunts for work, I can attest to the fact that my gun cases are about a lot more than just holding a gun. Cases end up holding paracord, knives, holsters, ammo – you name it, if it’s gun or hunting-related gear, it’ll find its way into the gun case. Enter the newest offering from Allen Company: the Gear Fit gun case.

The Gear Fit is designed specifically to carry more than just a gun, and it’s designed for more than simply shoving items into a random assortment of pockets. Allen Company has taken its cases one step further by creating this new gun case to hold specific items. According to the company, the items they took into consideration when making the Gear Fit include – but are certainly not limited to – shooting targets, target stands, ammo, cleaning kits and assorted accessories, clothing, game calls, hunting-related scent, and eye and ear pro.

Kelly Day, Director of Sales for Allen Company, had this to say about the new case: “Gun cases have traditionally been viewed as a temporary protector for the firearm and optics located inside. You simply used them as a short-term carrier for transporting guns to the range or field. Now, with Gear Fit, you can protect your firearms and have a place to house all your range or field accessories during that transportation. It’s like having both a gun case and range bag rolled up into one product.”

Considering how many times I’ve had various gear fall out of an ill-fitting pocket or become somehow crumpled, bent, or lost it would be great to have a gun case with pockets sized with specific gear in mind.

The Gear Fit is being offered in several lengths including 48″, 50″, and 52″. Models are made for both rifles and shotguns. MSRP not yet listed.

Visit Allen Company’s website for a look at their entire product line: www.allencompany.net.



katie.ainsworth

Katie is an avid shooter, hunter, military journalist, and Southern girl. Firearms are her passion whether at the range or on a spot-and-stalk after a big buck. She’s a staff writer at The Firearm Blog and writes about guns, hunting, and the military for various publications both online and in print such as Outdoor Life, Handguns, and Shooting Illustrated. Shoot her a message at ainsworth.kat@usa.com


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  • aguywhoknows

    Next worthless article by Katie A.

    No pics where you can actually see something, no helpfull information, just a link.

    Duh.

  • Patrick Karmel Shamsuddoha

    I get that this is a press release but …. can we get some actual product photos

  • Pockets sized for specific gear means that if I use anything different, it either won’t fit, or will be undersized.

    • John L.

      My experience exactly. The box of bags I don’t like sits directly to the left of the box-o-holsters.

  • Joshua

    “Cases end up holding paracord, knives, holsters, ammo – you name it, if it’s gun or hunting-related gear, it’ll find its way into the gun case.”

    not in my experience, when I’m out hunting or shooting all of that is in my pockets on my body at all times. If it goes into the gun case it will end up staying in the truck, which is not where it needs to be when I need it.

    so, useless product, no MSRP, no Photos of the product.
    Why is this news?

  • Zachary marrs

    Wow. Just wow.

  • Bob

    You guys do realize it says who the author is on the main page, so you can decide not to click on it if you don’t like anything written by Katie? Maybe I lack an overwhelming compulsion to click on every last article or something, but I’m not seeing why you can’t just ignore articles you know you’ll just whine about anyway. Not like you paid a $50 admission charge or something and this is all there is to the site…

  • Limonata

    I know this is not TFBs fault, but if you are going to make a press release, have product pictures to show or at least update your damn website to show the product.

  • Hans Gruber

    Well I went to their website and it said ” All of our products are designed in Broomfield, Colorado and tested in the high peaks of the Rocky Mountains.” So it’s probably MADE IN CHINA.