Crafted from the finest hardwoods and veneers, this case is sure to be an essential addition to help maintain and store your hobby maintenance needs. Both hardworking and functional, your maintenance case will exceed your expectations for reliable pack and carry of your chosen necessities. This case can hold artist supplies, small garage tools, household tools, gun cleaning accessories, fly fishing parts and much more.
The upright forks feature adjustable openings to hold most guns, fishing rods and other long items that need to be held securely, so your hands are free to clean or maintain your item. The forks are designed to fit securely on the center partition of the case, the forks slide up and off the partition without the use of tools and can then be stored in the drawer or under the sliding tray.
The top opens to reveal two uniquely designed areas with a vast array of storage capabilities. The front compartment has a sliding lift-out tray to hold your smaller parts with additional storage below the tray for pieces up to 1-1/2 feet long. Behind the partition is an 8 inch deep compartment designed to hold the large 12 oz spray cans and other items that must be kept upright for storage. In addition to the capacity inside the chest, there is a full width drawer to complete your storage needs.
The GI-T19 is constructed of American red oak hardwood and red oak veneers. The top handle makes this chest a breeze to carry with you on any of your travels. While the chest lock gives you peace of mind knowing your valuables are safe and secure. Sturdy chrome hardware gives the chest added strength and durability while the non-marring rubber bumper feet allow you to set the chest down without fear of leaving scratches or dents. !
- Tongue and Groove joinery insures strength and durability
- Hardwood design provides protection from moisture
- Brown felt-lined interior provides cushioning
- Polished chrome plated hardware
- Adjustable forks
- A single key locks the whole unit – chest comes with 2 keys
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