Plano has added its “Rustrictor” technology, perfected in the company’s fishing tackleboxes, to their All Weather 2 Rifle case.
What does the term “Rustrictor” actually mean? A vapor corrosion inhibitor is infused into a resin-and-foam emitter and prevents your favorite firearms from rusting.
Sounds good, actually.
According to Plano, in accelerated lab testing Rustrictor blocks rust and corrosion from forming five times longer than competing products. Pre-perforated pluck foam allows for easy customization.
Containing all that anti-rustiness is a tough outer shell. The exterior features dual-stage lockable latches and a continuous Dri-Loc seal creates a watertight, dust-proof shield. Lockable tabs accept padlocks to prevent unauthorized access.
The lockable, airline-approved All Weather 2 rifle case features a pressure release valve to equalize pressure changes caused by altitude or temperature changes. The Rustrictor AW2 36″ Rifle Case is the smallest case in the All-Weather series. MSRPs for the cases run from $99.99 to $124.99.
Plano is based in Grand Prairie, TX.
Here’s a video demonstrating the strength of earlier models of their cases.
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