Some people say covert gun cases aren’t necessary unless you’re some kind of undercover agent, but we beg to differ. They’re helpful for a wide range of mundane applications. Maybe you live in an apartment and need to load a rifle into your car without attracting the attention of all your neighbors. Perhaps you’re checking in to a hotel that has overzealous security personnel in the lobby, or you need to use public transportation without making yourself an obvious target for robbery. In any of these cases, it’s a good idea to carry your gear in something that conceals the nature of its contents. The Savior Equipment Pro Touring tennis racket gun case is a new product that fits this criteria.
From the outside, the Pro Touring resembles a rigid tennis racket case, with a teardrop shape and subdued branding. Two versions are available: the Icon Variant (pictured in Midnight Blue) and the Tennis Variant (pictured in Carmine Red). Aside from slight differences in exterior design and color choices, these cases are the same inside.
Opening the zippers on either side of the case reveals the true contents. Its two main compartments can carry two SBRs or AR pistols, or an SBR/AR pistol on one side and a handgun, mags, med kit, and other accessories on the opposite side.
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Each side of the case features laser-cut MOLLE panels with loop fabric to attach a variety of pouches and accessories. Savior Equipment includes (at no extra cost) a spread of hook-backed add-ons that can be attached to the interior surfaces:
- 4x lockdown straps for long guns
- 2x rifle mag carriers
- Universal pistol holster
- Double pistol mag carrier
- Double extended pistol/PCC mag carrier
- Battery holder
The clamshell lids on either side of the case contain zippered mesh pockets for organization of tools and small items. The exterior of the Pro Touring tennis racket gun case is constructed from 1680D ballistic nylon layered over compressed EVA foam. Savior Equipment used double-stitched seams as well as quality YKK zippers and Duraflex hardware to improve the case’s longevity.
Removable backpack straps are also included, although we think these slightly detract from the appearance of a light tennis racket case.
MSRP for the Savior Equipment Pro Touring tennis racket gun case is $240. For more information, keep an eye out for a full review in a future issue of OFFGRID magazine, or visit SaviorEquipment.com.
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