Browning Adds New Models to Flexible Gun Case Line

posted on September 30, 2017

Browning has added four new models to its line of flexible soft cases for 2017. The new models are available to fit scoped rifles, shotguns and pistols.

The Lona Canvas/Leather models for rifles, shotguns and pistols are constructed of 100 percent cotton canvas with plush red flannel lining, brass hardware and leather accents. They are available in a Flint/Brown or Black/Brown finish. Rifle and shotgun cases sell for a retail price of $89.99. Pistol cases sell for $29.99.

Browning Long Range cases are designed for scoped rifles, including a model to accommodate oversized target scopes. They come in A-TACS AU Camo with a brushed tricot lining and a water-resistant shell. Long Range cases sell for a suggested retail of $59.99.

The new Flash line is available for scoped rifles and shotguns. These cases feature a water-resistant shell, brushed tricot lining with closed and open cell foam padding. Flash cases come in black with teal or grey accents and sell for a suggested retail of $39.99.

The array of Crossfire gun cases includes models for scoped rifles in both 44" and 48" versions, a shotgun case, and two pistol cases in single handgun and a double handgun configurations. The cases have durable black polyester shells with open-cell foam padding on the long gun models and closed-cell foam padding on the pistol cases. The rifle and shotgun cases sell for a suggested retail of $39.99. The single pistol case retails for $24.99 and the double pistol case for $34.99.

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