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U.S. Military Surplus Hardigg Small Arms Rifle Case

USA – -(Ammoland.com)- Sportman’s Guide with a good price on the U.S. Military Surplus Hardigg Small Arms Rifle Case that with coupon code “gunsngear‘ you can pick up one of these bomb-proof protective cases for just $114.99. Compare this to a brand-new Pelican 1780 Gun Case, and you see right away why we like this deal.

U.S. Military Surplus Hardigg Small Arms Rifle Case

Original official designation was “Shipping and Storage Container, Small Arms”. Built not just one rifle, but a full dozen M16’s, M4’s or similar tactical rifles. When open, the Case converts into 2 open, locked and secure weapons racks for easy access and organization. Impervious to all the hazards you might encounter on uncertain trails: water, dust, salt, chemicals, and of course regular physical damage. For bringing your whole collection along to the range, or your secret testing grounds. Will show wear and tear from a previous life in the military, now ready for a new assignment.

  • Molded polyethylene shell
  • Watertight and dustproof tongue-in-groove gasketed seal
  • Coverts into 2 open, locked and secure weapons racks
  • Pressure relief valve
  • Humidity indicator
  • Recessed twist latches
  • Spring-loaded handles
  • Lockable retaining rack holds rifles in place

Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 702545
  • Material: Molded polyethylene
  • Color: Olive Drab
  • Interior Dimensions: 40.875″ x 20.75″ x 6″ max depth each half
  • Exterior Dimensions: 43″ x 24″ x 17.50″
  • Weight: 60 lbs.
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • NSN: 8145-01-196-3731
  • Condition: Used, in good shape

Tactical Deals: U.S. Military Surplus Hardigg Small Arms Gun Case $114.99 CODE

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Lesko Brandon

Sold out. I guess the story got out about the couple finding one loaded with a dozen M16s and everyone wants an entry into the gun case lotto.


The link says $134.99 for MEMBER of club. $149.99 for non member. Why is it that Ammo Land NEVER lets us know that? And why is it every time I turn around the price is different than what it says on the page?? The code won’t work because there seems to be none in stock even though it claims there are. Soooo typical of Sportsman Guide which is why I am NOT a member.

Xaun Loc

These sold out quickly. Probably because people are hoping that they might get one that the military forgot to empty (especially since everyone knows Sportsmans Guide never checks any of the “surplus” stuff they ship).


Still can’t figure out how they managed to pull that one off. When I was USAF Combat Arms, we had to track every gun on base by serial number during semi-annual inventories and any off-base shipment. How those ended up in someone’s possession outside the military system is beyond me. It used to happen a lot after major wars due to issues with weapons turn-ins, destroyed or damaged weapons, losses being written off, etc. I know relatives and family friends who came back with their service weapons after WWII and Korea (and some earlier wars). Nowadays that’s not supposed to… Read more »


I think I’d rather have the Pelican version in the video, since it looks stronger. I’m wondering if it could be secure enough to bury underground in case… well, you know.


You know there’s an old saying that if you have to bury it, it’s time to be using it.


gunports and pivots in the house can use slings to control and remote fire so why put them away


Oldvet, I got my discover card back in ‘94 , and I’ve had ever since. Never had any problems with them at all.


As well, the rack is only as good as it’s secured to the wall. If perps can rip out ATMs, they can pull off these gun racks.


better to have the guns hidden in a not so obvious place , have gun safes with parts for a 58 willies in them ,heavy as hell