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Bottom line - how much do you want to spend on a gun case to protect your $ 200 duck hunting gun or your $3,000,0...... target gun? Will you need a special gun case to meet the demands of military or law enforcement.
For hunters a gun case choice is often dictated by their environment. Duck hunters that travel or hunt from boats almost always need a floating gun case - accidents do happen. Gun cases for other game should be selected for protection in that environ.
Are you going to be traveling extensively via airline? If so, you had better check out a hardside gun case. A good, airline travel approved hardside guncase with locks or locking capabilities.
Okay, the bottom line on my "common sense approach to what gun case type is best": If you are on a very tight budget, go with plastic and leave your favorite gun at home. If you are going to travel on the airlines... choose a hard side gun case. Make sure it is a really well constructed gun case and that the interior is lined with a thick, high density foam to absorb the hits your case will take in baggage handling.
On the other hand, if you are a target shooter, whether it's a breakdown shotgun, handgun, or rifle, you most likely travel by car to your favorite shooting club or the next shooting event. These are the times when you may have your prized, straightest shooting gun along. You want a case that locks, provides protection from accidents when traveling around, (usually from trying to carry too many boxes of ammo, water bottles, shooting glasses and such, in one hand). Also, you want a gun case that shows you have a really nice gun inside and that you are serious about your sport.
In my case, I am not about to put a $2500 gun in a plastic gun case. I also want the compartments in my gun case to hold all the stuff that keeps my gun in good shape... places for my bore snake, chokes, oil, and wrenches.
In summary, choosing a gun case really depends on where you plan to take your gun. For most serious shooters I believe a wooden frame presentation case covered in a canvas and or leather combination is the best choice. There are many different configurations and price options available. For 95% of your shooting experiences this gun case type, with its good looks, function, and durability, will protect and enhance your favorite gun.