Harbor Freight 20% off good for Apache cases

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Jan 3, 2003
0 hrs east of TN
I went by and picked up a small 1800 yesterday, a 2800, and a 3800. I've used them for years and have been satisfied with them. While the coupon says "Limit 1 per customer per day" I had two Harbor Freights close enough to me to just make a loop while on errands. I didn't provide my contact information on the second stop and payed by a different method just to avoid any questions "Sir, the computer indicates you bought a larger case 15 minutes ago...."


https://www.harborfreight.com/search?q=apache case
I'm not going to park a 5 Ton on one so I'm not concerned they won't withstand that level of abuse after they've survived baggage handlers and bouncing around in trunks and truck beds.

They certainly make for a handy way to transport knives and guns to/from shows/range.
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I have a couple, long one for ARs (needs to be broken down) box one for pistols, so far I have had no complaints about them but currently I'm looking for a longer case
I now have three; a rifle case, two large handgun cases and a mid-sized handgun case.

I do add another piece of 1/2” foam under the eggcrate to the top and bottom and glue them in, I like a bit more padding in mine because of how I use them.

I don’t pull out the pluck foam to make voids for the guns, I just lay the guns flat and sandwich them in place. The extra added foam really holds them in place.

The smaller handgun case can fit 4 small-midsize guns, the larger can take six 6” N frames or Super Redhawk sized handguns with no issues. :thumbup:

Stay safe.
BTW, getting those labels off is easy if you have some yellow bottle Ronson lighter fluid. Put just a little on the sticker and wait ten minutes. Use an old credit card like a scraper and just slide it under the sticker and lift it off. Wipe with a rag with a very small amount of Ronson on it and you'll be free of any residue.
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