Friday, December 31, 2010

Gun Stuff

Did you know that your average EBR will fit into a 3/4 sized electric guitar gig bag with room to spare? The gig bag comes with backpack straps for hands-free carrying, and the accessories pouch will hold enough ammo to deal with the zombie apocalypse. Typical price is $14-$25.

One caution, the tactical accessories on your EBR should be limited to a small to medium sized scope and maybe a flashlight, although the flashlight can also live in the pouch. If your rifle is fitted with headlights, tail lights, turn signals, and a winged lady hood ornament, all bets are off.

Update: Starting the new year off with an Uncalanche! Thanks Unk, and it can only get better from here on out.

8 comments:

Fiftycal said...

And if you don't mind breaking the rifle down, this looks even less like a gun case.

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Anonymous said...

Once upon a time, me and my buddys were gonna play airsoft at a local field so we did what you described and walked over to the field. As we were walking a copper pulled up next to us and joking asked " what do you guyshave in there, a machine gun?" we laughed and lied to him but we were shocked that he spotted it so fast.

Billll said...

A thick, lumpy gun will certainly print through the bag. It's probably also not a good idea to bring your rifle to the guitar shop for a fitting. :-)

jed said...

But just think. You could be the only guy at the range with a fretted forearm, and tuning pegs for windage and elevation.

I assume that getting the padded soft-side cases avoids the print-through problem.

DirtCrashr said...

Some people would rather steal a Fender Stratocaster than a de-fender range-a-matic.

Billll said...

The forearm on my H-P is fretted, lacking only strings. Maybe some ivory wings on the scope knobs, eh?

Billll said...

Oh yeah, when there's no rifle there, there's a Washburn.

Anonymous said...

Underfolder AKs fit real nice in tennis racket bags.