Discussion in 'Hunting Equipment, Gear & Optics' started by littlebear, Aug 6, 2019.
I used a jigsaw with a BOSCH T313AW saw blade for foam cutting.
I used an electric carving knife ( the kind you would use on a turkey or pot roast) and drew a line with a magic marker on the blade where I wanted the depth to be. My wife wasn't happy, but it did a good job.
Hi, I have also used an electric carving knife before, but got a better results with the jigsaw.
Thanks for the info..
Now I am ready to go to Africa, I just need a ticket now.
Good hunting! Is there an advantage to packing binos, rangefinder and spare optic in the rifle case? I've always stashed those in my carry-on in case the rifle case is delayed or pilfered.
I fit my case with a scalpel (11 blade) and a boning knife. Outlined the rifles in sharpie and cut roughly 1/4” inside the outline for a snug fit. I like the electric carving knife idea.
I also use and electric carving knife and cut inside the line for a snug fit.
When flying, optics go in my carry on.
When driving in the USA, the rifle case looks like @littlebear
Hi. I have made the cutting so it fits 5 different rifles, from a 6,5x57 to my .416 Rigby.
Hadn't thought of that! Going to get to work on mine!
I like the electric carving knife idea, but I did mine with a filet knife. I always have a couple extra foam inserts, so I can change up the complement depending on where I am going and what I might be hunting.
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