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ALPS OutdoorZ Refuge Shotgun Case in Shadow Grass Blades


New Haven, MO - ALPS OutdoorZ continues to add versatile hunter-friendly gear to their product lines for 2014 with the addition of soft-sided gun cases. The Refuge case, in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades, features durable 600D polyester outer fabric and heavy duty #10 zippers. The Refuge is designed for shotguns and will protect your gun from the elements and will keep it afloat.

The side zippered mesh pocket contains elastic loops for holding choke tubes or extra shells, and an internal zippered mesh pocket stores parts or tools. The inside of the Refuge has a high density, closed cell foam with a fold over Velcro flap to keep a shotgun protected and in place. The Refuge also has a padded shoulder strap and front D-ring for hanging when not in use. MSRP is $44.99.

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About ALPS OutdoorZ: ALPS OutdoorZ is part of ALPS Brands, which started with ALPS Mountaineering in 1993, with the mission of providing quality, high performance, and affordable gear for backpackers and campers. ALPS Mountaineering designs and markets tents, sleeping bags, air pads, packs, and camp furniture. ALPS OutdoorZ, was started in 2007 when they extended their knowledge gained from designing quality backpacking and camping gear to market and design camouflaged gear for hunters, such as packs, turkey and blind chairs, and sleeping bags. ALPS and ALPS OutdoorZ items are sold and distributed in the best camping, backpacking, and outdoor dealers throughout the entire US and Canada.

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