Bug Out Bill Offers Advice on the Best Bushcraft Gear Reviews
Bug Out Bill, an adventurer and survivor, who aims to assist explorers and outdoor lovers across the United States by offering info about the best bushcraft gear they can get for their upcoming adventures, has recently provided more bushcraft gear reviews. In one of their latest reviews, they evaluate some of the most durable, affordable, and airtight hard cases for the AR-15 rifle. In a recent press release, Bug Out Bill reported on its latest survival gear reviews. This can be accessed at https://www.pressadvantage.com/story/49138-bug-out-bill-releases-more-survival-gear-reviews.
A hard rifle case can offer the best kind of protection for the AR-15. The latest review by Bug Out Bill lists the seven best hard cases for the AR-15, indicating their pros and cons and their most unique characteristics. The review compared the available products on the market based on durability, security, features, build quality, and value for money.
On the number one spot for AR-15 hard cases is the Vault by Pelican. According to their evaluation, it is the best hard case and is suitable for the Editor’s Choice Award. It has enough space for two rifles or a single rifle plus other accessories. It measures 19 inches wide and 56 inches long and weighs 24.95 pounds, which is a bit heavy but manageable. Its outer material was designed to be very durable and it is capable of withstanding the impact when it is accidentally dropped or pushed around in transport. It has several pros, such as: weather-resistance; impact-resistance; waterproof feature and floats on water; with shock-absorbing foam; easy to lock and secure; affordable; and durable case and foam padding. Cons include: its slightly heavier weight compared to others; customizable foam but not as easy to cut; and lack of inside straps. For those who want to know more about what’s happen with Bug Out Bill, they can check out their Twitter page at https://twitter.com/Bugout_Bill1.
In second place is the Flambeau Outdoors 6489NZ. It was given the Best Value award. This is because its price is only 50 percent of the price of other cases, although it did lack a retention or carry strap outside or inside. Nevertheless, it has a lot of pros, which include: super affordability; lightweight; use of brass hinges; four locking points; durable outer shell; capacity to carry most rifle and shotgun sizes; and dust-proof features. Cons include: the fact that it is oversized; absence of straps; foam not customizable; and it might be loose for AR rifles.
In third place is the Plano All Weather Tactical Gun, which was given the Top Pick award. The article recommends this all-weather case for those who have a few more funds to spare. It has a number of pros, such as: ability to fit two AR rifles; weather-resistance; durable foam interior and outer shell; lightweight; presence of padlock holes; wheels for transport; and customizable foam inserts; It has a number of cons, including: the fact that it is relatively costly; it can fit only one tactical gear; and it’s not very secure for air travel.
In fourth place is the HQ ISSUE Tactical Rifle Case Hard. Its pros include: the fact that it is relatively affordable; has lock holes; customizable interior foam; lightweight; tight and secure latch locks; and can fit up to two rifles with some accessories. Cons include: the fact that it is not the best for extreme weather conditions; less durable interior compared to others; and absence of interior security.
Bug Out Bill also provides information and reviews about other survival gear, such as the Spyderco Matriarch 2 knife; Perfect Point PC-1793B throwing knife set; Fox Knives Folding Karambit; best camping cot; best survival food; tactical boots; best camo tent; Cold Steel 9733 80PGTK GI Tanto 7 knife; best hatchet under $50; Morakniv Garberg Full Tang fixed blade knife; Condor Tool & Knife, Bushlore camp knife; Smith & Wesson Bullseye throwing knives; best axes for splitting wood; best bushcraft shelters; KA-BAR Becker BK2 Campanion fixed blade knife; and more.
People who would like to learn more about the bushcraft gear discussed on the Bug Out Bill online resource can visit their website, contact them through the telephone or via email, or visit their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/Bugout_Bill-101159615759380.
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