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      I prefer a well made and well padded soft case to the hard hard style. They are easier to get around the house and car without beating everything up with it on the way.
      Lately, I've been using the Midway Tactical style cases for my collection of CZ 457. This one in particular works well for me. Ammo box's fit well into the AR mag slots, Bipod, tools, mags etc in the big zippered pockets. I have a couple of their double AR cases too for when I want to take a couple in one trip. Hard to beat the value in their cases (especially when on sale) . You can pretty much always find a free shipping (over $49 code too)



       
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      I've got a couple that I'm using. I have several Tactical, double cases but I find them a bit bulky and all the straps that hang from them are annoying . They can weigh a ton too. My current favorite is this one from Midway. ( Midway has ALLOT of good bags at good prices) . They securely hold any scoped rifle I throw at them and have plenty of storage for bipod, mags, tools and ammo. I've got 3 of them now. I tend to like the 42" version but have a 46" for my 24" + barreled rifles.

      MidwayUSA Heavy Duty Tactical Rifle Case 29 Black
       
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      Discussion Starter · #12 · (Edited)
      I've got a couple that I'm using. I have several Tactical, double cases but I find them a bit bulky and all the straps that hang from them are annoying . They can weigh a ton too. My current favorite is this one from Midway. ( Midway has ALLOT of good bags at good prices) . They securely hold any scoped rifle I throw at them and have plenty of storage for bipod, mags, tools and ammo. I've got 3 of them now. I tend to like the 42" version but have a 46" for my 24" + barreled rifles.

      MidwayUSA Heavy Duty Tactical Rifle Case 29 Black
      I love Midway bags!!! I have their smaller version for my Savage , ^^^ this is a great bag actually I use to have but sold it off when I sold my SIG AR-15 . Thank you for the link .
       
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      Have you looked at any AR-15 soft cases? They might be closer to the length you need, might be a little tall...and most likely rectangular, rather than sporter style.
      Good call. I've got 3 of these "tactical" cases. in various lengths. The 42" are a particular favorite. I think they work well for my kind of shooting with my CZ's.. The mag pockets are nice for stacking box's of .22 ammo. The large pocket holds bipod, tools, extra mage etc. There is even a Velcro sealed pocket to store my bolt.
       
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      Thanks! That does look sweet, but more than I’m looking to spend. I only need it to go from my house to truck to range and back, so simple (and relatively cheap) is my goal.
      IDK, if that's the only rifle you own, any your not running allot of scope, then it might be a good choice. The fit will be restrictive though and there will be limited room for accessories. Based on my experience, there is nothing good about trying to stuff a rifle into too small a case. There are ALLOT of other bags out there that would be more versatile/useful for similar money. FWIW, I'm also a huge fan of the MidwayUSA branded bags. They make them in all different sizes and styles. The HD Tactical is a favorite of mine in particular. It's really nice quality and very versatile, ) I own more expensive bags but these carry all my CZ/Bergara/Vudoo scoped rifles all the time. They carry anything from my American to a 16# Vudoo with a 17", 56mm scope and attached bipod if I need it. Then the mag pockets will hold 300+ rounds of ammo and the large side pocket, bipod, tools, extra mags, .... PS: I believe there are a couple fo good threads in this forum that have discussed bag recommendations.
       
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