CASECRUZER- GEARED FOR TRAVEL
Montclair, California - February 7, 2011
CaseCruzer KR-50 Gun Carrying Case Helps Protect Hunters From Firearm Violations in Motor Vehicles
New economic 50-inch-long rifle carrying case secures transportation across state lines
Many hunters don’t realize that they are the prey when driving interstate with firearms. Legal traps will snare them if they don’t take precautions. The new CaseCruzer KR-50 Gun Case provides safe passage for sportsmen who cross state lines with long rifles, shotguns and hunting handguns.
The CaseCruzer KR-50 carrying case allows hunters to transport multiple long-barrel weapons without worry. Mix and match scoped rifles with magazines and shotguns up to 50” in length. Hunters may also load in one scoped hunting rifle with magazines and a hunting handgun, or a scoped rifle with two handguns.
Another advantage for hunters who stalk one type of game: use the KR-50 to store a rifle, magazines — and cleaning supplies. Many long-gun variations can be accommodated, yet the reusable gun case costs less than most competing rifle and shotgun carrying cases. Appropriate for hunting trips, target practice or home self-defense use.
“The KR-50 design is sleek, economic and travels well with embed wheels. But it is also as tough as an experienced woodsman. And it assures safe passage for sportsmen who travel with firearms in a motor vehicle,” says Tatiana Briceno, marketing director of CPD industries.
Common legal traps will vary in most states. But law-abiding owners of firearms can avoid trouble by obeying simple rules. All firearms transported in a motor vehicle must be unloaded.
Hunters must empty firing chambers, cylinders and built-in magazines. Also, remove all detachable clips containing ammunition from weapons.
All handguns must also be unloaded. And they cannot be concealed unless they are in the trunk of a car or in a secure, fully-enclosed, locked container — not a utility or glove compartment.
Hunters traveling across state lines or through states with restrictive gun laws, with the possible exception of Washington, D.C., are protected by the “safe passage” provision in the Firearms Owners' Protection Act (FOPA). But CaseCruzer advises all sportsmen to brush up on the laws of each state where they intend to hunt.
The security features of the KR-50 gun case are a key benefit for traveling hunters. Four flanges allow the carrying case to be padlocked to prevent tampering and meet stringent federal laws regarding transport of weapons. Easy-trigger latches and a heavy-duty lid that stands upright when fully opened give hunters quick access to firearms. The interior base and lid are cushioned with solid and convoluted foam, which holds magazines, other accessories and firearms firmly so that objects do not collide during travel.
The KR-50 is waterproof, airtight and dustproof, so weapons will be protected when traveling between dry and wet environments. The case is also designed with an o-ring seal and automatic pressure release valve. Other features guard against UV rays, solvents, corrosion and fungus.
The long-gun mix-and-match capabilities of the case are made possible by its ample dimensions: 50.50”L x 14.50”W x 6”H (1.5” lid over 4.5” base). Exterior dimensions are 53.125”L x 17”W x 7”H. The gun case may be ordered with or without foam. Weight with foam: 23.5 lbs. Without foam: 19.5 lbs. All cases include an unconditional lifetime guarantee.
When in your home state, neighboring state or a sportsman state of mind, travel smart and safe with CaseCruzer.
For more info about the new KR50 gun case, visit www.casecruzer.com; call 800-440-9925 in the U.S. or 909-613-1999 internationally; fax 909-465-5598; or write to CaseCruzer at 4665 State Street, Montclair, CA 91763.