Wisport Rifle Case 120+
- By Chris Parkin
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- Last updated: 19/12/2016
As rifle cases seem to carry more and more equipment alongside a gun and ammunition these days, there has been a large shift towards the more tactical drag bags, some of which open out so that they can be used as a range mat. For those wanting to combine storage capacity with easy carriage and more discreet looks, the Wisport 120+ is a perfect solution.
With overall dimensions of 125 x 33 x 8cm, it’s made from 750 Cordura and is available in Green, Brown, Black or two camouflage patterns. Lined with 30mm of removable egg box foam, it’s destined to protect your equipment well. A three sided twin direction zipper will open the bag fully to make it into a ground mat, either to spread your kit out or lie on to shoot. Each side has a fabric rim to retain your file and there are three lateral elasticated straps to secure your gun in place. Wisport also make a 100cm version for smaller guns but this 120+ cm version also has a zippered pocket that extends 21cm to allow longer barreled rifles (up to 145cm) to fit in; perhaps not quite as well protected as a longer case overall but handy if your gun fits in without the mod yet occasionally, needs to hold all `mod on`. You can actually fit two guns into this case and it’s a shame Wisport haven’t twigged this and supplied a divider to go between the guns but it isn’t a huge task to supply a piece of cut foam yourself, to further improve the case. All the gear, no idea?
There is the usual collection of outer pockets with two large main ones, incorporating smaller internals and all are a voluminous 40 x 35cm (4.5 litre capacity), enough to hold ammo, binoculars, spare clothing etc., every one individually zippered and secure with internal sleeves preventing equipment rolling about too much and knocking around. Each of the two outer pockets also supports a buckled strap to attach further gear, perhaps a full range mat roll or jacket. The now de-rigeur Velcro path sits on the front to attach your own logos to.
The material is durable, doesn’t seem to snag too much and also folds easily, which makes long-term storage a little less bulky. There are twin adjustable rucksack shoulder straps and a waistband for longer carries but unlike some heavier duty cases, are not padded, the 50mm wide straps intended for occasional use, rather than everyday carry. The middle handle for lifting the bag is well reinforced and supports the long bag well, easy to retain its balance with weight added internally.
Price: £79.99 (inc. P&P)