Plano revamps All Weather gun case series for hunters, shooters

The All Weather series has been improved to offer a more durable design. (Photo: Plano)

Plano upgrades its popular All Weather gun case lineup, offering a new look with improved functionality for hunters and shooters looking to tote their guns to and from the range and field.

Available in 36-, 42- and 52-inch sizes, the All Weather cases both a rugged design with a Dri-Loc seal. The continuous seal is watertight and dust-proof in order to protect the case’s contents even in extreme environmental conditions.

The case also features heavy-duty dual-stage lockable latches, built-in pressure-release valves and molded padlock gates — all acceptable for airline travel. The gun case design is topped off with molded handles for easier and more efficient transport, though the 52-inch model comes equipped with the added perk of easy-glide wheels.

The All Weather series features internal foam providing a more secure ride for firearms and gear. (Photo: Plano)

The interior of the All Weather case boasts customizable pluck foam for a secure fit that cradles firearms and gear preventing jarring or bumping while on the move.

“Plano offers dozens of options for hard-sided long-gun protection, but hunters and shooters have come to prefer its best-selling All Weather Series cases ever since their introduction over a decade ago,” Plano said in a news release. “Now redesigned and enhanced with upgraded features and improved performance, Plano All Weather series cases protect the passions of hunters and shooters like never before.”

The Plano All Weather cases begin at $99 with the most expensive model topping out at $169.

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