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Posted: 3/4/2011 2:45:30 PM EST
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Anyone know of a US made discreet rifle case?

Want something that has backpack straps, holds an AR (or two), other gear and doesn't scream: "GUN!"

Something like this:
http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/ItemDetail.aspx?sku=MOLLE-350

Search turned up nothing.

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I'm going to get one of those royal blue Castle Rock bags and hang this off of it:

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This may work for you....

Nicely constructed case and I'm pretty sure they're made in the US. I got mine from Area 51 (site sponsor), but I'm not sure they carry them anymore.
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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 12:40:26 PM EST
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Try this one, 100% made in the USA: Homeland Security Discreet Weapons Carry Case from Black Hawk




When it comes to tactial nylon gear, like slings, cases and tactical vests. BlackHawk Products Group is the way to go for me. Life time warranty, 100% bulletproof design and some of the best quality products out there. I have one of their Omega EOD vests, and all of my ARs wear BlackHawk SWIFT slings. I'm getting ready to order one more case from them for my SPR. It's good stuffAnd the company was founded by a Navy SEAL.

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 12:51:30 PM EST
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get this bag for $50. All sorts of awesome gun deals different ones every couple of days.

http://www.opticsplanet.net/opmod-shooters-mat-drag-bag-double-rifle-case.html



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I have a couple of these along with BFG cases.


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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 2:19:47 PM EST
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Castle Rock Tactical.

http://www.castlerocktactical.com/crt_dc16.htm

I have one and it works great...looks like a fold up chair case. It does have backpack straps and is made in the USA.

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 2:39:22 PM EST
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I have a couple of these along with BFG cases.

http://www.lwrci.com/images/Product/medium/18.jpg


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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 3:39:23 PM EST
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Castle Rock Tactical.

http://www.castlerocktactical.com/crt_dc16.htm

I have one and it works great...looks like a fold up chair case. It does have backpack straps and is made in the USA.


Those do look nice.

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 4:19:51 PM EST
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Castle Rock Tactical.

http://www.castlerocktactical.com/crt_dc16.htm

I have one and it works great...looks like a fold up chair case. It does have backpack straps and is made in the USA.


Winner!

Once they are back open I will be placing an order.

Thanks for all the help folks.

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 4:21:23 PM EST
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Try this one, 100% made in the USA: Homeland Security Discreet Weapons Carry Case from Black Hawk

http://www.blackhawk.com//CatalogImages/18-142-IMG1_L.jpeg
http://www.blackhawk.com//CatalogImages/18-142-IMG3_L.jpeg

When it comes to tactial nylon gear, like slings, cases and tactical vests. BlackHawk Products Group is the way to go for me. Life time warranty, 100% bulletproof design and some of the best quality products out there. I have one of their Omega EOD vests, and all of my ARs wear BlackHawk SWIFT slings. I'm getting ready to order one more case from them for my SPR. It's good stuffAnd the company was founded by a Navy SEAL.


I really like this one, but want back pack type straps, for when I want to carry it while on two wheels or snow shoes.

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Looks like $149.99
http://www.lwrci.com/p-18-lwrci-ultimate-discrete-case.aspx

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I have an Adidas baseball bat bag

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TENNIS RACKET CASE! Full 16" barrell AR, 3 sigs, 1 glock ammo and cleaning supplies for all!
http://i52.tinypic.com/33u9ao7.jpg

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I have an Adidas baseball bat bag


HaHaHaHa..............Sweet. They should really make a true bat bag look'a'like case for guns. With a padded divider and tie down straps. I'd buy one (Sox fan, love anything base ball,)

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 7:17:18 PM EST
Originally Posted By dubyaS:
TENNIS RACKET CASE! Full 16" barrell AR, 3 sigs, 1 glock ammo and cleaning supplies for all!
http://i52.tinypic.com/33u9ao7.jpg


Now you are talking, all of these 'discreet' gun cases that have been posted are more tactical than 5.11 tactical pants. They stand out really bad. You need to look at tennis racket cases, guitar cases, large brief cases, ect.


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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 7:53:04 PM EST
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Originally Posted By dubyaS:
TENNIS RACKET CASE! Full 16" barrell AR, 3 sigs, 1 glock ammo and cleaning supplies for all!
http://i52.tinypic.com/33u9ao7.jpg


Now you are talking, all of these 'discreet' gun cases that have been posted are more tactical than 5.11 tactical pants. They stand out really bad. You need to look at tennis racket cases, guitar cases, large brief cases, ect.



guitar cases tennis cases and briefcases stand out just as bad in 99% of environments where you would want to "discretely" transport your rifle.

The one that looks like a folding chair/pop up canopy case is the slickest I've seen yet for real world use.


Example: I look like a hillbilly. There is a half inch of ice falling tonight. Just where the hell does someone suppose I am taking my tennis racket? draws attention.

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 8:44:07 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Axlnut:
Originally Posted By Regency:
Originally Posted By dubyaS:
TENNIS RACKET CASE! Full 16" barrell AR, 3 sigs, 1 glock ammo and cleaning supplies for all!
http://i52.tinypic.com/33u9ao7.jpg


Now you are talking, all of these 'discreet' gun cases that have been posted are more tactical than 5.11 tactical pants. They stand out really bad. You need to look at tennis racket cases, guitar cases, large brief cases, ect.



guitar cases tennis cases and briefcases stand out just as bad in 99% of environments where you would want to "discretely" transport your rifle.

The one that looks like a folding chair/pop up canopy case is the slickest I've seen yet for real world use.


Example: I look like a hillbilly. There is a half inch of ice falling tonight. Just where the hell does someone suppose I am taking my tennis racket? draws attention.


all depends on your attire and how you present yourself....I wear slacks and dress shirts to work all week and right now I wear a calf length dress coat for winter...., a briefcase would make perfect sense for me to be carrying. I would rarely look "normal" carrying any of the other options, or any of the "discreet" cases being sold if I were in the attire I wear 75% or more of the time.

If I had tennis shoes, shorts, and a sleeveless shirt on.....tennis bag would be perfect.

If I had longer hair, a shaved head, or a rock band t-shirt on.....a discreet guitar case would be perfect.

I cant really find a great use for the so called "discreet" cases that are rectangular in shape......with the material used and overall size, I would suspect either an AR or some smaller pistol caliber sub gun like an MP5 or the likes.

Just my personal opinion, but if your goal is to be discreet....perhaps having a few different options for discreet cases to match your attire would be the best route? I mean, if I were walking around last spring at almost 280 lbs, how many people would have thought it was a tennis racket in my tennis case when walking from my vehicle into work?



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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 9:10:49 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Axlnut:
Originally Posted By Regency:
Originally Posted By dubyaS:
TENNIS RACKET CASE! Full 16" barrell AR, 3 sigs, 1 glock ammo and cleaning supplies for all!
http://i52.tinypic.com/33u9ao7.jpg


Now you are talking, all of these 'discreet' gun cases that have been posted are more tactical than 5.11 tactical pants. They stand out really bad. You need to look at tennis racket cases, guitar cases, large brief cases, ect.



guitar cases tennis cases and briefcases stand out just as bad in 99% of environments where you would want to "discretely" transport your rifle.

The one that looks like a folding chair/pop up canopy case is the slickest I've seen yet for real world use.



Example: I look like a hillbilly. There is a half inch of ice falling tonight. Just where the hell does someone suppose I am taking my tennis racket? draws attention.


Well i live in Phoenix....We can play tennis year around, and they asked for a discreet case. If you run across me im just another blondy going out to play tennis, with massive firepower!
edit: im not a hillbilly, nor do i look like one. So my tennis bag fits me. When i leave my home, i like the fact that people see me carrying a tennis bag versus all the "covert" obvious rifle bags available. Guarantee nobody knows. Like previous post have said use what fits you. p.s. how often does one carry a folding chair/pop up canopy around a city?

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 9:51:33 PM EST
Originally Posted By RifleTwo:
Try this one, 100% made in the USA: Homeland Security Discreet Weapons Carry Case from Black Hawk

http://www.blackhawk.com//CatalogImages/18-142-IMG1_L.jpeg
http://www.blackhawk.com//CatalogImages/18-142-IMG3_L.jpeg

When it comes to tactial nylon gear, like slings, cases and tactical vests. BlackHawk Products Group is the way to go for me. Life time warranty, 100% bulletproof design and some of the best quality products out there. I have one of their Omega EOD vests, and all of my ARs wear BlackHawk SWIFT slings. I'm getting ready to order one more case from them for my SPR. It's good stuffAnd the company was founded by a Navy SEAL.


I love this case too, someone told me that BlackHawk stuff is made in China, is this not true?

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Link Posted: 2/1/2011 10:44:02 PM EST
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Originally Posted By RifleTwo:
Try this one, 100% made in the USA: Homeland Security Discreet Weapons Carry Case from Black Hawk

http://www.blackhawk.com//CatalogImages/18-142-IMG1_L.jpeg
http://www.blackhawk.com//CatalogImages/18-142-IMG3_L.jpeg

When it comes to tactial nylon gear, like slings, cases and tactical vests. BlackHawk Products Group is the way to go for me. Life time warranty, 100% bulletproof design and some of the best quality products out there. I have one of their Omega EOD vests, and all of my ARs wear BlackHawk SWIFT slings. I'm getting ready to order one more case from them for my SPR. It's good stuffAnd the company was founded by a Navy SEAL.


I love this case too, someone told me that BlackHawk stuff is made in China, is this not true?


I believe some of their products are and some are not. I saw a tv show that said some product that had been made in China was again made in the U.S. to have better QC.

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Probably not US made, but cheap and discrete. I break down my AR and slip the upper and lower each into the leg of an old pair of sweat pants. The bag is divided and I put the upper on one side, the lower on the other. The pockets on the outside of the bag will hold several magazines each. An 18 inch AR-15 upper is about the max length that will fit, plenty of room for a scoped upper. The lower fits with lots of room to spare. Best of all it looks like what it is, a tool bag.



http://www.amazon.com/Bucket-Boss-06049-GateMouth-Long/dp/B00002243U/ref=pd_cp_hi_3

There is a black and gray "extreme" model available here.
http://www.constructiongear.com/bucket-boss-tool-bags.html


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Originally Posted By ArmOnFire:
want back pack type straps, for when I want to carry it while on two wheels or snow shoes.


http://www.ishot-inc.com/store/Compact_Carbine_Case

Got a C3 & love it. At 26" x 11" it's about as small and discreet as a rifle case can be made, but a gun guy will always ID a 1000 Denier Cordura nylon bag with a knowing nod.

Has removable backpack straps, and a roll top closure means you don't have to worry about a busted zipper ruining your day

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I used the Bucket Boss Extreme tool bag. Large and roomy. I could put 3 broken down carbines, 6 30-round magazines in the inside pouches, and 12 30-round magazines in the outside pockets and still have room for parts, cleaning gear,and the like.

The bag is well made and heavy duty. I used it when I worked a not-so-well-located convienance store and would leave it on the counter. Since I was in a Bullet proof cage, and practiced pulling it out he bag and putting it together, it take less than 20 seconds to have it ready to Rock-and-Roll. I just told people it was what I was using as a gym bag if they asked.

No one even suspected I was that heavily armed.

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Link Posted: 2/2/2011 6:14:41 AM EST
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Originally Posted By ArmOnFire:
want back pack type straps, for when I want to carry it while on two wheels or snow shoes.


http://www.ishot-inc.com/store/Compact_Carbine_Case

Got a C3 & love it. At 26" x 11" it's about as small and discreet as a rifle case can be made, but a gun guy will always ID a 1000 Denier Cordura nylon bag with a knowing nod.

Has removable backpack straps, and a roll top closure means you don't have to worry about a busted zipper ruining your day


That looks nice and is another candidate.

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Check out Sneaky Bags, www.sneakybags.com There site doesn't have pics up, but if you called and asked them to email pics, I'm sure they would. The medium covert will fit a 16" AR without having to break it down. Pricey, but looks well built. Will be getting one soon.
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I used the Bucket Boss Extreme tool bag. Large and roomy. I could put 3 broken down carbines, 6 30-round magazines in the inside pouches, and 12 30-round magazines in the outside pockets and still have room for parts, cleaning gear,and the like.

The bag is well made and heavy duty. I used it when I worked a not-so-well-located convienance store and would leave it on the counter. Since I was in a Bullet proof cage, and practiced pulling it out he bag and putting it together, it take less than 20 seconds to have it ready to Rock-and-Roll. I just told people it was what I was using as a gym bag if they asked.

No one even suspected I was that heavily armed.



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I don't know if they're US made, but there's always these things:

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Link Posted: 2/2/2011 6:19:37 PM EST
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Castle Rock Tactical.

http://www.castlerocktactical.com/crt_dc16.htm

I have one and it works great...looks like a fold up chair case. It does have backpack straps and is made in the USA.


Was about to get the LaRue Covert but I'm thinking I like this better. Like the backpack straps, the overall design, and the normal nylon bag colors. As soon as they get a navy blue back in I'll get one. Thanks for the link.

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Are there any that would be long enough for a full 12.5" AR? With MOE stock?
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I like that castle rock bag!

Anyone using tool bags??

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I like that castle rock bag!

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Yeah I saw that, there an ETA?

I'd love that bag.
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Nah, since its Noveske I wouldn't hold my breath either. Maybe call Eagle and see, they are supposedly making them.

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Probably not US made, but cheap and discrete. I break down my AR and slip the upper and lower each into the leg of an old pair of sweat pants. The bag is divided and I put the upper on one side, the lower on the other. The pockets on the outside of the bag will hold several magazines each. An 18 inch AR-15 upper is about the max length that will fit, plenty of room for a scoped upper. The lower fits with lots of room to spare. Best of all it looks like what it is, a tool bag.

http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/81QMKS73BNL._SL500_AA300_.gif

http://www.amazon.com/Bucket-Boss-06049-GateMouth-Long/dp/B00002243U/ref=pd_cp_hi_3

There is a black and gray "extreme" model available here.
http://www.constructiongear.com/bucket-boss-tool-bags.html



Tool bags rule for discreet carry.
This one was ~ $30 from Home Depot.com and will hold 2 carbines 14+ mags and a lot more.




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You know you could just take a tape measure to REI and look at packs; any pack that has 25" of vertical space will fit a broken down 16" AR.

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M60 barrel bag.

Tennis Racket Bag

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Is that a 16inch upper?

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My wife got one of the Noveske packs under the Christmas tree. I can't make fit a 10.5 inch bbl with the SRT can on it. The collapsible stock sticks up about 2-3 inches beyond the zipper.
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Link Posted: 2/3/2011 10:16:16 AM EST
Originally Posted By greybear:
My wife got one of the Noveske packs under the Christmas tree. I can't make fit a 10.5 inch bbl with the SRT can on it. The collapsible stock sticks up about 2-3 inches beyond the zipper.






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Link Posted: 2/3/2011 10:23:25 AM EST


Woah. Hopefully these hit the market in the relatively near future, they look fantastic

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Link Posted: 2/3/2011 11:55:59 AM EST


I am liking this a lot.
Finally a good way to hit the range while on my GSXR

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Link Posted: 2/3/2011 12:09:04 PM EST
Noveske looks good.

eagle Industries is great and made in USA

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