First case specifically for storing and transporting cleaning rods
Since 1968, MTM has continued to design and produce products for the shooting enthusiast. From ammo boxes to gun rests to clay target throwers, MTM offers a huge variety of products essential to the sportsman. For 2017, MTM is proud to release the first case made exclusively for cleaning rods— The Gun Cleaning Rod Case.
The Gun Cleaning Rod Case was designed for the sportsman dedicated to rifle and shotgun shooting. The rugged case is capable of storing four rifle or shotgun cleaning rods up to 47” long within its foam padded interior. Each rod is held in an individual slot making transportation rattle-free; perfect for the field or in the back of your truck. Inside the case there is room allotted for storing patches, jags and brushes. Finally, long gun enthusiasts no longer have to fumble and search for miscellaneous cleaning equipment since it will all be in an easy to access container. For more information on these practical products, please visit http://www.mtmcase-gard.com.
Gun Cleaning Rod Case Features:
- Holds four rifle or shotgun cleaning rods up to 47” long
- Room for storing patches, jags and brushes
- Rods are held in their own individual slots
- Foam padded for rattle-free transportation
- Color: Red
- MSRP: $29.99
MTM Case-Gard™ is family owned and operated since 1968. MTM strives to be innovative in our approach to the shooting sports. All of our products were either designed by one of us, as a solution to a problem we ran into, or because you, the Case-Gard user, suggested it. The results are innovative quality products that last! For more information and availability, check with your local sporting goods dealer or contact MTM Molded Products at (937) 890-7461. See the full line of MTM products at www.mtmcase-gard.com
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MTM® CASE-GARD™ Introduces Gun Cleaning Rod Case - A hunting season is the time when it is good to hunt and kill a distinct species of animal.
In the United States, each and every state has principal responsibility and authority more than the hunting of wildlife that resides inside state boundaries. State wildlife agencies that sell hunting licenses are the ideal source of info regarding hunting seasons, areas open/closed to hunting, and so on. Hunting of migratory birds this kind of as ducks and geese is managed cooperatively by state fish and wildlife agencies and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Support. Migratory waterfowl hunters should possess each a state hunting license and a Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Duck Stamp), and each and every hunter wants a Harvest Details System (HIP) variety for each and every state in which they hunt migratory birds.
MTM® CASE-GARD™ Introduces Gun Cleaning Rod Case - Open season is the time of the 12 months when a distinct wildlife species is allowed to be hunted as per regional wildlife conservation law. Each state generates laws and codes governing the season dates and species, based on a complex approach including citizen input, a state fish and game agency or division, and typically an independent game council. This approach updates a game code for each and every state which outlines all principles and rules including hunting seasons. In each and every of the 50 states, abstracts of the larger game code are then presented in the official state hunting rules for that provided 12 months. Season dates are typically timed to arise when the population is at its optimum. It avoids the peak breeding period when members of a species are notably vulnerable, and avoids any disruption to mating, which may influence productivity.
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A closed season is enforced by regional conservation law for the conservation of the species and wildlife management; any hunting during closed season is punishable by law and termed as illegal hunting or poaching.