First Impressions: MTM In-Safe Handgun Storage Case

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posted on March 25, 2020
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Every so often, we gun owners will find ourselves without too much to do and will use that time to go evaluate what we have in our gun safe, just to make sure we have sufficient ammunition for our firearms and that everything is still where it's supposed to be. If you've been doing that recently and found reason to be annoyed with your former storage practices, MTM Case-Gard would like you to know that they have a new--and very budget-friendly--way to organize your gun safe. It's called the MTM In-Safe Handgun Storage Case, and it's designed to optimize your limited but precious gun storage space.
 
The MTM In-Safe Handgun Storage Case is a full 50 percent smaller than the handgun carrying case that probably came with your firearm, but it features a protective base composed of soft, closed-cell foam pad like its larger cousins. It also features an attractive, slimline shape, and two snap latches. Users can maximize storage space by stacking the cases; since they're clear, you'll still be able to see what's what once you do so. These cases are sold as three-packs, for either $16.95 (9 inches, for smaller guns) or $18.95 (12 inches, for full-size pistols), so that's just a little over $5 per case.

MTM's In-Safe Handgun Storage case, we are told, is available now from online sporting-goods retailers now. For more information, click here!

 

 

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