Heat-tempered aluminum shell has the strength of steel at only one quarter the weight
Sturdy triple-digit combination lock for superior security
Easy to customize, high-density foam padding
Two to four key locks
Extra strength hinges withstand pulling of over 400 pounds
Sturdy drawbolt latches
Innovative neoprene gasket keeps out dust and moisture, providing unrivaled protection
Manufactured in the USA
I'm fast becoming a big fan of Zero Halliburton cases, mostly due to the one I've borrowed from Decius. This one might qualify as dual use. I could envision it working well for other weapons, such as guitars. I think this has made my want list. Why the hell do I always seem to develop such expensive tastes? The exceptions don't add up to the desired. There is just something about a brief case that can stop a carbine round that's, well, sexy..
Only thing... a guy in my building had one of these. The only robbery of someone in my building that I've heard of was him, and the guys went for this briefcase. He claimed that the fact that sleek metal briefcases are used so often in movies to hold coke/heroin/plutonium/super viruses made it a big risk to carry in shady areas. Makes me hesitant.
Then again, not everyone lives in a neighborhood full of crackheads.
RE: Zero Halliburton - Double Long Case