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DIY gun case..

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Memo

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Hi,

Just finished building a hard gun case. Used a PCV water tube as the main frame, and sponged the outside before coating it with a durable cover ;)

all in all it costed my less than 10euros :D
 

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it can take a single gun with its soft case by the way...
 
Good work memo ;)


Will it stand with the guns inside?

How many guns will it carry?

Shane
 
that has to be sufficient for the airport carriers I guess :D
 

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I think it can take 2 guns if modified slightly but, I designed it to carry this one specifically..
 
Nice baggie, it really looks like those half-set golf club carriers... maybe i should get one, they are quite cheap :p
 
Hahahaha! Thanks Mishu... *dreams*... I have always wanted to be a stormtrooper since a child :D

On another note, was the protective foam already shaped in a cylinder and you pushed the tube in or was it flat and you wrapped the foam around it??? I have never seen foam in a cylinder shape...
 
Originally posted by Snorkel Bum

On another note, was the protective foam already shaped in a cylinder and you pushed the tube in or was it flat and you wrapped the foam around it??? I have never seen foam in a cylinder shape...

I already have that 1cm thick foam layer and I covered the tube with it. Used super glue to attach it (it holds super strong). and pushed the tube in the coating..
 
Memo that is beautifully crafted. Very subtle squidshape. Never heard of espera before is this guy marketing in Greece also or is he make guns for exclusive circkle?
 
Ntirk, esperasub is located in western turkey, and he is producing customs guns ;) The manufacturer is also a friend of mine and he sure has some skills :D

I dont think he is marketing in greece but I know that he is attending some shows...
 
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