Hornady Binocular Case

Price Save 32% from $53.22 to $35.99

The Hornady Bino Case 99128 was developed to be the ideal way to make sure you have quick, easy and comfortable access to your Binocular. Built using a tough 500 Cordura nylon material, the Hornady Binocular Carrying Case features a heavy-duty zipper, a shoulder strap for carrying and an inside pocket with cartridge holders. For a an amazing method for ensuring that you have a long lasting and reliable way to carry your favorite binocular, choose the Hornady Nylon Case for Binoculars.


RATING
90 /100
  • Design

    Excellent

  • Performance

    Excellent

  • Value for money

    Excellent

  • Feature

    Excellent

Specifications for Hornady Bino Case:

Material: 500 Cordura
Color: Coyote Brown

Features of Hornady Case for Binos:

  • 500 Cordura Material
  • Heavy-duty zipper
  • Shoulder strap for carrying
  • Inside pocket with cartridge holders

1-Hornady Binocular Case

  • PROS
  • protects your optics
  • pouch for rangefinder and cartridges or other small items
  • CONS
  • big red hornady logos everywhere
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Comments
Gaetano - Add Reply

I mostly bought this because of the price point, and that I could clearly see it had an extra pocket. The pocket will fit a range finder, and that was my biggest concern. It is pretty high profile when you put binos and a range finder in it, so no prone crawling. The inside is lined with a suede type material to go easy on your glass. I wouldn't bother buying this if you're looking to use this with a set of porro prisms. You could maybe cram a set of 10x42 porro prisms in it but getting them out would be a pain. If you're using roof prisms upto 50mm you should fit fine. The top cover elastic flap is kind of a pain, it will probably take two hands to get your binos out without causing a big fuss unless you fold it open onto itself, but it was made this way to retain your optics securely. Obviously it does come with straps to go directly to your optics so you can drop them free outside of the bag.

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