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Vanguard Ranger 30 Double Pistol Case

Item # 421658
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Key Features

  • Securely holds two pistols

  • Aluminum frame with steel-reinforced corners

  • Impact-resistant interior foam

  • Textured, scratch and dent-resistant side panels

  • Aluminum tongue and groove closure

Our Price   $69.99

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Product Description
vanguard The airline-approved Ranger 30 Double Pistol Case provides a secure, hassle-free transport of your firearms. This model has a combination locking system, which is great for those who don't want to deal with padlocks and keys. Constructed with an aluminum frame, steel-reinforced corners and textured side panels, the Ranger 30 is durable and stands up to abuse. Its high-density egg crate foam ensures that firearms remain securely in place. Black ABS exterior with combination locks. Internal dimensions: 15.5" x 8.125" x 3.875." External dimensions: 16.5" x 9" x 4.5." Weight: 4.61 lbs. Airline Approved. 2 year manufactures warranty.
Type Double Pistol Case
Color Black
Dimensions 16.5" x 9" x 4.5"
Material Black ABS

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Vanguard Ranger 30 Double Pistol Case

(based on 1 review)

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)


Nice Case


from Virginia

About Me Occasional Shooter

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  • Nice case with sotarge


  • Lock might be weak

Best Uses

  • Handguns

Comments about Vanguard Ranger 30 Double Pistol Case:

I like this case and hope it holds up. [...] This will be great for 2 handguns and like the fact there is some internal storage for magazines. It has built in tumbler locks, probably not the most secure though. Other cases I have seen in the store have latches where you have to supply lock.

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