What kind of case do you use?
I am looking to purchase two cases One for my Amac with scope (56" long)
and one for my scoped TRG-42 (51" long)
Both have bipods (amac is semi removable)
Any ideas , thanks ,John B
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I have a large Hardigg case. That case is nearly indestructible.
APA makes an affordable heavy duty case, specifically designed for the AR-50 but it should work fine for the AMAC.
APA 50 BMG Rifle Case
My shooting buddy who also has a 50 BMG Bohica just picked up this case and itís great, very tough and has wheels so itís easy to move. It also has Velcro straps inside to position the guns in a proper spot where they will not rub against each other.
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Pelican 1750, Paid about 200 bucks back about 3 years ago. This is for my Ferret 50 with the 36" barrel. I think it has a 53" inside dimension. I have to take the upper off of the AR-15 lower. And I have to take off the brake. Of course the brake is built to be hand tightened and hand loosened so this is not an issue. I am not sure how easy it is to break down the stock, but seem to remember that taking off of the stock was one of the things that the AR-50 was built to do.
With the pelican case, you get a nice thick sheet of foam that needs to be cutout to the shape that you want. So, I have the upper with scope in one cutout. I have the AR-15 lower in anther cutout. I made a cutout for the muzzle brake and another for a 20 round .223 magazine. The magazine is filled with about 2.5lbs of lead to make the rifle heavier. Oh and this case has wheels and two handles. Also reinforced locking lugs.