To meet government standards, increase security in air transportation and discourage break-ins, Pelican Products, Inc., the global leader in the design and manufacture of advanced lighting systems and virtually indestructible cases, has added two extra locking points to the 1750 and 1720 Weapons Cases.
Now with a total of four locking points (2 with stainless steel protector hasps and two without), the holes will accept standard padlocks or Pelican TSA accepted locks.
Designed as watertight/crush-resistant armor for elongated items such as small arms, the case sports a high-impact, heat and chemical resistant polymer shell that will stand up to some of the harshest conditions known to man.
As additional protection, the case features stainless steel hardware and double-throw latches that can stand up to 400 pounds of pull force, yet open with a light pull. The case’s tongue-and-groove lid construction and polymer o-ring creates a watertight seal and its built-in automatic pressure equalization valve keeps moisture out and makes it easier to open the case at any altitude.
The 1750 Weapons Case has an MSRP of $347.95 with foam and the 1720 has an MSRP of $328.95. Both are available in black and desert tan. OD Green is available by request. Like all Pelican products, the case is backed by a Legendary Lifetime Guarantee of Excellence.
For more information, visit www.pelican.com.
To meet government standards, increase security in air transportation and discourage break-ins, Pelican Products,…
by Tactical-Life.com / Jan 26, 2010