Outdoor Gear Reviews

White Wing Label Scoped Rifle Case

On any given day I can head down to the gun store or the local big box store and pick up a plastic or cloth rifle case that will be good enough to carry my rifle in the truck and keep it from getting dirty. The problem with this is that these cheap rifle cases are absolute junk and I feel bad for the rifles when I pull them out of these cases. Why would I spend $1000 on a new rifle, another $500.00 on a great quality scope, and then slide it into a case that is sub par on every level. Enter the White Wing Label Scoped Rifle Case. It comes with a story behind it and quality materials and build to last a lifetime.


My rifle is a precision instrument and a tool that must be accurate and well-built. I believe my rifle case or shotgun case are just as important tools as the scope on my rifle or my ammunition selection. The case protects my investment and I believe it says something about me as a hunter that I want my rifle cased in something that is built with a purpose in mind.


White Wing Label produces cases made from well-crafted leather and canvas harkening back to simpler days when products were made with pride out of materials that stand the test of time. The two brothers who started this company stand behind every product they build. You can clearly see that they care about making products that will become family heirlooms years down the road.


Whether you are looking for a case to house your brand new rifle for adventures to come or you are looking to protect grandpa’s old deer rifle, look for a case that will represent the investment you have in your rifle. Look for a case that will protect your rifle and will stand the test of time. It’s far wiser to purchase a case that will last 40 years than spend forty dollars every 3-5 years when the zippers on your cheap case rip out. Take a serious look at the White Wing Label Scoped Rifle Case or Shotgun Case.

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Kevin Paulson

Kevin Paulson is the Founder and CEO of HuntingLife.com. His passion for Hunting began at the age of 5 hunting alongside of his father. Kevin has followed his dreams through outfitting, conservation work, videography and hunting trips around the world.

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