High End Negrini Cases Now Available For Glocks

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Sure, that black plastic case that came with your Glock is perfectly serviceable, but what if you want something nicer? INTELCASE company, a distributor of the high-end Italian gun luggage, has introduced a custom shop line of fine cases for all Glock models.

The double wall Negrini case features a fitted compartment that was specifically designed to fit any Glock model with some clever engineering. To customize the compartment for your model of Glock you merely need to peel the self-adhesive strips off the spacer blocks and it is a nice snug fit for your pistol. The case also accommodates two magazines in padded slits to keep them from banging around.

For jurisdictions where keeping your firearm in a locked case is a necessity or for flying, the new case features dial combination locks that allow you to set your own combonation. With a price starting at $119, the luxury cases aren’t for the faint of heart. Negrini is offering the case both in a standard version as well as a more nicely appointed Italian leather wrapped model for an extra $50 charge.

You can learn more about both models of Negrini cases by visiting the webpage for the standard version and the leather wrapped model. More information about the entire line can be found on the Negrini Case website.



Patrick R

Patrick is a Senior Writer for The Firearm Blog and works in the shooting sports industry. He is an avid recreational shooter and a verified gun nerd. With a lifelong passion for shooting, he has a love for all types of firearms, especially handguns and the AR-15 platform. Patrick may be contacted at tfbpatrick@gmail.com.

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


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  • John Yossarian

    One of these was included with my $700 EAA/Tanfoglio Elite Match. Nice case – Especially when not costing a Benjamin!

  • Micheal Unrau
  • PK

    Excellent cases. The next step from there is to go custom, which usually starts at $400+.

  • Sgt. Stedenko

    Nothing says classy like crushed red velvet.
    Other than that, it looks like a nice case.

  • lawbob

    Combo =/= combonation

    For jurisdictions where keeping your firearm in a locked case is a necessity or for flying, the new case features dial combination locks that allow you to set your own combonation.

  • Edeco

    Is the leather Corinthian?

    Seriously tho doesn’t look bad for the price. Doesn’t really fill any need of mine.

  • Dr. Longfellow Buchenrad

    The only reason I see to get a case this expensive is for display, but I dont know who would want to display a Glock…

    • Anonymoose

      The discerning mallninja.

  • cs

    This is like a leather interior and Burmester sound system upgrades on a KIA.

    • Kristoff

      This could be the very definition of dressing up a turd.

  • Mmmtacos

    I suppose if I was the discerning Glock owner with a Salient Arms Glock I’d get one? Maybe?Sorry, Glock and leather just don’t go together in my head. Even with a holster, which is weird, because there’re other polymer guns I’d just as soon put in a leather holster.

  • mazkact

    This makes me think that the case that came with my Tanfoglio Bullseye pistol is a Negrini case. My case is gray but other than that it is the same case. It is a very nice but useless accesory.

  • mazkact

    Maybe not useless but I use my regular case on range days and this fine case just sits in a closet holding the extra springs and manual.