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MET1
05-10-2011, 7:20 PM
Surplus U.S. Military HARDIGG Rifle Cases

These cases were recently surplused by the US military. They are all in used condition but perfectly functional. Here is what the manufacture states about it's product:

Security minded storage and transport for a twelve pack of M16s, or any combination of M16s and M4s, impervious to damage, water, dust, salt. Converts into 2 open, locked and secure weapons racks.

Here is what they look like:

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The dimensions are 45.40" x 24" x 16.50" They weigh about 60 pounds.
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The containers themselves are air tight once all of the clamps are secure. They have a breather valve located on the side of the unit.

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The container opens into two racks that hold six rifles each.

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The rifles can be locked into racks. They will fit most style of AR stocks. This includes the A1/A2, collapsable A3 style, MagPul PRS, and ACE fixed. It will also work with 10.5,11.5,12, 14.5,16, 18 and 20 inch uppers. As you can see, it will work with standard, railed, or free floated forends. While they will fit 12 rifles, you can fit six weapons with their extras in them as well, or a few extra uppers.


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Close up of the shafts that lock the rifles to the case. (note: most of these cases come with reusable desicant packs) Once the lock is removed, the two metal pins are removed from the sides of the container, and the two gold handles are raised. The center support is attached to the case so it is not misplaced.

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Original cost to the Gov't was $596. These are not new, but function as new. If you are looking for an economical way to transport several rifles, or are interested in long term storage, these should be an option. Most will have 3-4 of the clamps broken. They still funtion perfectly, and can be replaced if so desired. $225 in So Cal area. Please email me any questions that you may have. I can also provide other pictures if needed. Cases are located in the San Bernardino area.

HighFire
05-13-2011, 11:20 AM
PM Sent! I'll take one....

MET1
05-20-2011, 9:53 PM
BTT