Home Gear News New from Hazard 4: Covert Gun Case / Guitar Case Gear NewsSHOT Show New from Hazard 4: Covert Gun Case / Guitar Case By Foghorn - January 17, 2013 21 Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Email ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ “Is this a gun on my back? Why, of course not, inquisitive and gun hating neighbor! I’m simply on my way to the local coffee house to smoke pot and strum my favorite Nickelback songs! I am one of you, not one of those crazy gun owners!” ◀Previous Post Next Post▶ RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Apex Tactical’s New Affordable Polymer Action Trigger Enhancement Kits for GLOCK Gen3 and Gen4 Pistols Hornady Security’s RAPIiD Safe Keypad Vault Trijicon Now Selling RMR Type 2 Red Dots With Suppressor Height Night Sights 21 COMMENTS Want. Reply Yes, want, immediately Reply I found a sweet case on eBay that had custom options, had it made to fit my M4 and accessories. Must say its pretty good… Reply I love covert weapons cases and have made many (usually “making” one doesn’t involve much). I made one of these with a $40 RoadRunner gig bag and some medium density foam cut to shape with a bread knife. Works great! -D Reply +1 and since I play guitars it’s a 2’fer one deal Reply I’ve packed a rifle in a guitar case for years. They put Thompsons in violin cases in the ’20s. Reply Nice caption! Snorted soda up my nose laughing. Reply From Shades of Gray Tactical: Reply “favorite Nickleback songs…” I don’t know about y’all but that phrase would be an instant red flag for me. Reply Indeed. Reply Speaking of Nickels, if Buffalo Nickels was here he would not be awe struck, at least not for covert carry though it is a cute range bag Reply Nickleback? Really? Reply LOL, who strums Nickelback on an acoustic guitar? Shouldn’t it be… I dunno… John Mayer? Hahaha. Reply Smoking pot and strumming Nickelback at the coffeehouse? You must be from Washington state, then. Puyallup, I’m guessing. Reply I used to live in Puyallup (and still have friends there), it’s funny because it’s true. Reply Am I the only guy tired of the word “covert” when applied to things that come in desert tan and have MOLLE loops all over them? Like a fat guy wearing a shoot-me-first vest over t-shirt with shorts in the middle of the summer: You’re not fooling anybody. I’m looking forward to the day when legit ninja gear comes in non-ninja colors. Reply Here here! I long for the day when I can get functional U/C gear that doesn’t look like came from 5.11 or out a Galls catalog. Check it out, nothing from here can’t be recognized from 100 yards. http://www.galls.com/cgi/CGBCSRCH?PMWTNO=000000000001438 When I see this apparal, I know that person is armed. Period. While I like the idea of a guitar case, coyote brown with velcro patches, tactical nylon adjustable strap and MOLLE a would not be my first choice to go Lo-Pro. How about make it look like a regular guitar case in colors that don’t scream, “I am trying to be low profile but subliminally, I want you to think I am armed.” Reply Amen guys. I actually had my hopes up a little when I clicked on the link, only to be disappointed. They could have made it 10x better if they would have moved the pouches to inside and went with black or any plain common color. I think the bag that comes with the ruger 10/22 takedown is more covert then this thing. Oh well someone up top said they built something similar out of a roadrunner gear bag, that would be a pretty easy project. When you want something done right you got to do it yourself!! Reply that’s the same way I feel about the infamous “doomsday purse” … most of ’em look full on tactical bug-out bags. If you were gonna be smart you’d have a service that discreetly sews a holster into an otherwise acquired bag of some sort. Besides which, my M1A wouldn’t fit in a guitar bag… I’d need something longer. Anybody who’s seen Desperado would have thought of this one years ago. And while I dig the big old heavy & stylish Mariachi guitar cases, I’m sure these would be light enough for practical carry. lol Reply When can I buy it. Tell me now. Reply LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your comment! Please enter your name here You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.