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    Case Manufacturers - Any recommendations?

    At present i use a Negrini case, an Arrow tube and an old Camera bag to transport all my kit around. Although it works ok I would like to find a case maker who could either supply the parts for me to fabricate a case or actually supply one.... I think I'm looking for an aluminium flight case sort of thing. Any one got any recommendations?

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    I have a spangly new case, it is a SHOCQ.com!! It is still heavy though but it has wheels - cost 110

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    Aurora cases are magic.
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    The Aurora cases are good but they are also very big. I would like to replace mine with something smaller, but I am having trouble finding something good enough. I may just have to get a bigger car
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    my case is fairly small but just fits 1 lot of kit.

    the striker 'backpack' type I have is huge and can fit 2 kits in!! It also only cost about 50 and obviously you can wear it as a backpack making it easy to transport from car to range!! (I have 1 for sale)
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    I have a striker backpack. It's good - like a watered down Aurora. Needs limb/riser covers though. Much easier to lump around than a hard case. I work on the principle that i'm only going to need a hard case for if i'm taking it on holiday somewhere and it's out of my care - which I don't intend doing. It's solid enough in the back of the car...

    I have a flambeau case for my compound and though it's strong, it's like carrying around a small shed. Big, heavy, and gets stuck in doors and tight spaces.
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