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Press release: M4 & M16 Universal Gun Cases


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CaseCruzer Deploys New ‘Top Kick’ KR-20 M4 - M16 Gun Case to Combat Terrorism at Home and Abroad

Shoddy carrying cases often are the reason weaponry for U.S. military and law enforcement personnel are lost, stolen or damaged.  Substandard gear harms the mission to stop terrorism.  Police and the more than 30,000 troops to be deployed to Afghanistan this year require a rugged, shock proof and reusable transport solution – ‘Top kick’ in the carrying case chain of command.  Therefore, global defense strategists salute CaseCruzer’s new GunCruzer KR-20 Gun Case.

This nation’s Air Combat Command and Air Force officers concur: theft and damage due to subpar transport luggage is a vexing problem.  The GunCruzer KR-20 solution leads the way in safety and durability.  It deters malicious sabotage and pilfering by meeting stringent, new federal and military rifle and pistol luggage regulations that require four padlock flanges for all gun cases.  

The case also is fitted with reinforced hinges, side and front folding handles and wheels for mobility in any terrain.  The 45"L x 17"W x 6.38"H inch exterior dimensions of the new wide-body gun case improves previous designs because it can accommodate both popular weapons, such as the M4 or the M16 rifle, as well as many handgun brands and sizes, including the M9 and M11 (or P228).   

The GunCruzer KR-20 never loses its head:  After throwing the easy-trigger latches, the lid quickly opens but does not tilt back.  In fact, it stays upright on its own for unencumbered accessibility.  It also is shockproof, watertight and airtight (with an O-ring seal).  Each case is reusable and is fitted with an automatic pressure release valve.  And when empty it weighs just 20.51 lbs.

The top lid interior is cushioned with convoluted egg-crate style foam.  The base of the KR-20 is padded with Polyethylene foam that includes six removable plugs for M16 and M4 rifles.  And there are cut-outs for seven rifle magazines, accessories, rail-mounted optics and one desiccant.

Three magazine cut-outs for pistols are also included, as well as foam plugs that can snugly hold a long list of large and compact pistols: Beretta M9 (the standard pistol for U.S. Army and Air Force Security Forces); Smith & Wesson 1911; Colt 1911; Sig Sauer 1911; Springfield 191; Sig Sauer models, 228, P226 (in use by U.S. Navy SEALs, Federal agents, and law enforcement agencies), P228 (designated as the M11 by U.S. military); P250 (military, law enforcement, and civilian sportsmen), or P239; H&K USP-Compact .45 Auto; Colt Defender 7000D; and XD Tactical Model 5” XD.

CaseCruzer knows war is hell with faulty equipment.  The GunCruzer KR-20 Gun Case was designed to honor the integrity and commitment of the nearly 146,000 U.S. troops now serving in Iraq.  And the more than 11,000 soldiers that will rotate in Afghanistan throughout 2010.

In peace or war, think CaseCruzer for ‘top kick’ travel and a lifetime guarantee.

The CaseCruzer network of companies provides the community with the most comprehensive packaging solutions available on reusable carrying cases for applications such as Communications, Photography, Computers, Electronics, Weapons, Medical, Transportation and other industrial shipping and carrying case uses. For more info about the new carrying case, visit www.casecruzer.com; call 800-440-9925 in the U.S. or 909-613-1547 internationally; fax 909-465-5598; or write to CaseCruzer at 4665 State Street, Montclair, CA 91763.


KR20 M4-M16 universal gun case by GunCruzer

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