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We sell the same Hardigg cases that the military is currently buying. Go with high density polyethylene foam. It is not affected by most oils,and solvents. Take a look how the Hardigg cases are built. They use different densities ,and "hard plates" of solid polyethylene to keep the gun from crushing the interior. Have you thought about wheels? That case is going to weigh a ton with all of that packed into it. Our cases with just the receiver and 2 barrels takes 2 guys to carry, now toss in the tripod :eek:
Their sites are www.hardigg.com,and www.militarycases.com
Ours is www.longmountain.com. We also sell a case that we had them make for the 1919,and accessories.
 
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