New Plano Sportsman’s Trunk provides perfect solution for storing and transporting essentials. Elevate from the apple crate; leave the laundry basket by the dryer; and you can finally give the hockey duffle bag back to the kid. Because it’s time to put on the big-boy pants and start storing and toting gear like a pro in Plano’s new Sportsman’s Trunk.
Purposefully designed, the amply sized carrier (37.75” x 14” x 18.25) houses a hunt’s worth of gear. Outfit one completely for deer hunting, stowing binoculars, ammo, hunters’ orange, stash of jerky and much, much more. Pack another exclusively for waterfowling, replete with calls, shells, camo, face paint and another selection of jerky, say teriyaki. Sportsman’s Trunks perform impeccably as activity-specific store- and transport-all’s.
The manly-molded Sportsman’s Trunk locks and loads like a shipping container. Oversized latches clamp down a fully removable lid, which snugs firmly on its hinges when you want it opening and closing like a treasure chest. The lid and base are molded with grooves, too, for sturdy stacking.
Rounding out its fundamental features are a pair of durable wheels for hauling when it’s weighted-down with everything but the kitchen sink.
Keep handheld electronics and hunting accessories safe and sound To keep your precious hunting paraphernalia dry and prepared, the leaders in storage and gear protection have crafted the Guide Series Waterproof Case collection. Available in four classic Plano StowAway footprints, these sturdy Guide Series cases are completely airtight and waterproof, leaving ‘water-resistance’ to cheap boots and pup tents.
ach Guide Series Waterproof Case features Plano’s proven DriLoc O-ring seals that create a fraternal bond between the lid and case, keeping matters airtight on the inside and waterproof on the outside. The lids on all four sizes are locked down securely with triple cam-action latches cantilevered on beefy hinges.
Before the latches and hinges go on, though, overall durability is insured in the molding process. Guide Series Waterproof Cases are constructed of tough polycarbonate material to withstand and actually balk at run-ins with rocky trails and bounces in the pickup truck.
Inside, however, TLC is administered via a slip-resistant rubber pad. The soft and clingy material helps prevent potential damage to even the most precious cargo, like smartphones and digital cameras.Plano’s Guide Series Waterproof Cases are available in four sizes, and come in a selection of finishes. The 1449 – smallest in the family – comes in Clear, RealTree XTRA and RealTree® MAX-5; the larger 1450 in Clear and RealTree® MAX-5; sized-up 14600 also in Clear and RealTree® MAX-5; and the heftiest case in the series, the 14700, out the door in Clear and a foam-padded Black Go-Pro Case version.
To the sportsman and military veteran alike, it’s iconic. They line the workbenches of countless man-caves, containing everything from mismatched nuts and bolts to actual ammunition. Yes, the original post-World War II, .50 caliber M2A1 ammo can is a coveted classic. Returned with war heroes; purchased game-worn at surplus stores; or found brand spanking new at sporting goods merchants – the familiar metal olive drab box is time-tested.
here are, however, two major complications with the military issued tin box. For one, they’re not always readily available for purchase. And two, they’re pretty darn bulky, built with consideration for storing ammo, certainly not the task of transporting one.
For these reasons, Plano introduces its version of the Ammo Can. It, like the original, is predicated on maximizing cargo space and offering infallible protection of its contents. Plano’s Ammo Can generously houses six boxes of 2-3/4” or 3” shotgun shells. Pack it with a hunt’s worth of rifle or pistol ammo and there’s still ample room for ear protection, shooting glasses, calls, handwear or whatever accessories you take to the field or shooting range.
The trustworthy Ammo Can offers heavy-duty features on the outside as well. A beefy handle fits comfortably in your paw while a robust latch keeps the lid at bay and prevents dust and moisture from entering.
Mechanical broadheads are here to stay. Designed to fly with the aerodynamic consistency of a field point and then expand to extreme cutting diameters on impact, mechanical broadheads are in wide use by today’s bow hunters. So why are bow hunters still using blade-dulling broadhead cases designed exclusively for fixed blade broadhead designs? Because until now, there weren’t any real options.
Plano’s new Mechanical Broadhead Case takes advantage of an expanding broadhead’s relatively slim profile to provide flat, side-by-side storage of six assembled heads – lined up like soldiers ready for battle inside a foam-lined, hard plastic vault. The horizontal storage design minimizes wear on exposed blades and adds life to the foam insert. The compact design fits easily inside most hard or soft bow cases.
Don’t let your little soldiers loose inside your bow case while off duty. Keep your expandable broadheads sharp, secure and at the ready inside Plano’s new Broadhead Case. Your fingers will thank you.
The latest BONE COLLECTOR product from Plano is the new BONE COLLECTOR™ Neoprene Bow Sling. Constructed of top-quality ballistic nylon webbing, the BONE COLLECTOR™ Neoprene Bow Sling sports a wide and non-slip neoprene shoulder strap, high density, impact resistant poly hardware and quick release attachment system.
The BONE COLLECTOR Neoprene Bow Sling is fully adjustable to facilitate different carry styles for any bow and is available in Realtree Xtra, complete with BONE COLLECTOR graphics.
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