My old friend Steve Lamboy is now working with International Case Company, who imports the flawless Negrini Italian gun cases. If you've got a nice Holland and Holland lying around, it's probably in a Negrini case. The cool thing is that in addition to their oh-my-goodness-it's-beautiful cases (which are pretty high on the indestructible scale as well) they've added a line of "tactical" bags that, amazingly, don't look like stealthy ninja killer fashion accouterments. In fact, they look like, well, something else. Here's last year's model...
I was kinda blown away by these cases with their flawless styling and drop-dead locks...and their prices, in the Pelican/Storm Case ballpark. I looked at Negrinis a couple of years ago and decided that much like a really nice Italian suit or one of those high-zoot watches that includes the time zones on the moon, I'd admire them from afar.
However, I'm really liking the new line, especially the intermediate sizes. In fact, I ordered one for the non-permissive jurisdiction rifle project. I wanted to put together a rifle/handgun combination that would be legal in as many jurisdictions as possible. After several bouts of agonizing I settled on a Browning BLR Take-Down in .223 and a .357 Ruger SP101 snub. I picked the .223 because of ammunition availability...the 4 round magazines suck, but hey.
Check them out!