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Tactical Black Rifle Case - 42.5" Blackhawk! Sportster

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$30.00
4.9

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Manufacturer - Blackhawk! Sportster
Dimensions - 42.5" L x 12.5" H x 3" D
Color - Black
SKU - 74SG02BK
Construction - 600 denier Nylon

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Posted On: 11/20/13 By: Mac

A: That's a tough question Mac. I might suggest this case instead as it's 44" long instead of the 42.5 inches you were looking at. In fact, the larger case is on sale right now for $18.50 if you want to take a look.(http://www.bulkammo.com/large-blackhawk-sportster-44-inch-tactical-rifle-case)

Posted On: 11/5/13 By: TMK

A: You should be good to go with this case if you have an average AK-47. Generally, those rifles are around 36-inches in length so you should have a little bit of wiggle room. Of course, different barrel lengths can lead to longer firearms that might not fit so it will depend upon your specific firearm. The case itself is 42.5-inches long so you may want to take a tape measure to your rifle if you have it in-hand. Hopefully that helps, if not--- please just let us know!

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