New V100P and V525P Vault Pistol Cases – Rugged, Secure, Affordable

Luke C.
by Luke C.

Hard-sided pistol and rifle cases are expensive but can be great investments for hauling your rifles and pistols back and forth to the range, your favorite hunting spot, or anywhere across the globe that your shooting adventures might take you. The Pelican Vault aims to reduce the cost of protecting your firearms during transport with their line of rifle and new pistol cases. The new V100P and V525P Vault pistol cases are two crushproof, dustproof, and adaptable pistol transport solutions that come in at a fraction of the cost of similar offerings.

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New V100P and V525P Vault Pistol Cases – Rugged, Secure, Affordable

Built for hard use, high impact and supreme weather resistance, new Vault series gun cases are the most rugged and secure in their class. Equipped with a host of premium protective features at a price more hunters and shooters can afford, as only the 42-year veteran of hard knocks could deliver.

  • Crushproof, dustproof, and weather-resistant
  • Two push button latches offer secure closure with easy-open access
  • Heavy duty handles are ergonomic and will stand up in even the toughest conditions
  • Retractable extension trolley handle
  • Meets airline regulations for carry-on luggage*
  • * Check with your airline for exact measurement requirements.
The V100P Single Pistol Custmoizeble Foam Case

The style that the V525P has is one that I have recently adopted with a similar case and I have to say it’s been my favorite way to transport a bunch of my handguns to the range for one session or pack extra essentials for one or two handguns. The V525P and V100P will retail for $229.95 and $74.95 respectively, and the V525P currently qualifies for free shipping, while both cases carry Vault’s 3-year limited warranty. For more information, you can visit to learn more.

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  • Bunrudge Bunrudge on Apr 12, 2024

    Every time I see hard cases with foam cutouts now, I think about what a good idea it is to just use a soft case with organizational compartments inside a hard case, as suggested by this TFB article: https://www.thefirearmblog....