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 caseโ€™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 โ€” 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.

โ€œPlano 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,โ€ Plano said in a news release. โ€œNow redesigned and enhanced with upgraded features and improved performance, Plano All Weather series cases protect the passions of hunters and shooters like never before.โ€

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

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