Savior Equipment Fiddle Master Violin Case

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If you always thought that the Savior Equipment Ultimate Guitar Case is a perfect way of discreet transportation of shooting instruments but it’s just too large, Savior Equipment has a new solution for you. Enter the Fiddle Master Violin Case, a compact gun case that externally is identical to, you guessed it, a violin hard case. Let’s take a closer look.

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Savior Equipment Fiddle Master Violin Case has a high-impact polymer outer shell and rubberized internal shell with weather-resistant sealing and polyurethane foam padding. The case features a side carry handle, four latches with two TSA-approved locks and comes with two cuttable rifle lockdown straps. The Fiddle Master Violin Case can accommodate firearms of up to 30″ in length. It has external dimensions of 33″ H x 15″ W x 7″ D and the internal dimensions are 31″ H x 13″ W x 4″ D. The image below shows the internal dimensions of different parts of the case which should give you an idea about what guns and gear from your collection can fit there.

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Savior Equipment Fiddle Master Violin Case is listed on the company’s website at an MSRP of $164.99. It is currently available in obsidian black color only.

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You can find a hard violin case on Amazon for half the price of the Fiddle Master Violin Case, however, I think Savior Equipment is asking a reasonable price for this product considering the gun-centric design features such as the TSA locks and the overall quality of their products. Tell us in the comments section what do you think about the Savior Equipment Fiddle Master Violin Case? Does it look like a perfect way to transport your guns and gear or do you prefer other discreet carry solutions like a tennis racket bag?

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Hrachya H
Hrachya H

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  • Jim Drickamer Jim Drickamer on Jul 24, 2022

    May I ask a tactical question? Imagine you are carrying a rifle in this case. Suddenly you are attacked. You take cover and open the case to access the rifle within. You return fire. What do you do with the case? Your spare magazines are probably in it. If you move to better cover, do you carry or drag the case with you? Or do you abandon the case and figure you can retrieve it later? The case does not appear to be set up for a quick draw. Do you carry a pistol on your person to provide time to access the rifle in the case?

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    • Jim Drickamer Jim Drickamer on Jul 25, 2022

      @Suppressed I think I figured out the answer to my question. You do what you have to do. Use the case for concealment, even if it gets shot up. Hit your attacker over the head with it. Throw it at him. If it gets damaged or lost in the attack, so what? You're still alive.

  • Jack Jack on Jul 26, 2022

    Why the TSA locks? Gun cases are not supposed to use TSA locks, only the owner should retain the key. Hard to believe they overlooked this obvious detail?