Heavy-Duty Soft Case -- Sized for Large/Schuetzen Rifles

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Heavy-Duty Soft Case -- Sized for Large/Schuetzen Rifles

#1 Post by Old No7 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 5:59 pm

I went looking for a "soft" but heavy-duty case for the new-to-me Moeller Martini Schuetzen rifle that I've recently posted about. I have a Plano hard case that I've used for years for my 38-55 High Wall, but I didn't want another hard case.

I found this one -- Cabela's Xtreme Long-Range Rifle Case -- at the local Cabela's (obviously...) and it is rated "5 out of 5" after 23 ratings.

Schuetzen-sized Case (Small).jpg

The internal length dimension of 50.5" is exactly the length of my Schuetzen and it just fits. There is a small pocket inside to hold the muzzle and 2 Velcro straps to secure the barrel and butt. With the 12" max height inside, there's plenty of room for the large hooked & carved buttstock of mine, and the 3" inside width also helps the stock -- with its large exaggerated cheek piece -- fit inside very well.

It wasn't cheap -- but cost lots less than the rifle and it will protect it very well. The extra pockets will easily hold the rear sight (as it has a large 2.25" disc on mine) and the watch-keys needed to mount & adjust the sight.

Thought I'd post it here for others to see, as this case should work for any other long/large rifles you guys or gals may have.

Tight groups!

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