DIY Poor Man’s Custom Gun Case

Sensible Prepper Presents: “DIY Poor Man’s Custom Gun Case” Using the Plano 4 Handgun case and making it to a custom package for your pistol, magazines,Holster, Knife, light and multi-tool.

These cases run $15-20 so you can have a number of them to fit different systems.

Going Gear: Olight S-10 Baton

G-Code Holsters:

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  • Frederick Kaludis

    Try over spraying the foam with plastic-dip spray, it will fuse and seal your pre-cuts in place but you may need to use two coats to gain maximum durability just make sure that you get a good drying time between coats.  As with anything paint like thin coats are best.

  • SmokeRingsPipeDreams

    Use a little super glue to repair where you snapped it. 

    • John Henry

      I would be careful my brother inlaw used crazy glue on foam like that and the foam melted and smoked a bit. Try it on some of the scrap first.

    • aerosaaber

      +John Henry I agree, superglue is a no go for foam stuff.

    • Mark Fadden

      I have used Loctite gel superglue countless times. The only thing to keep in mind is to not go all the way to the face edge as it does discolor. Also do the whole project upside down and your trace lines won’t show. And finally do use an insanely sharp and thin knife so something like a utility knife with a razor in it. Then only cut by drawing toward you and not pushing in. You will get a clean smooth edge. Or just go with the “tetris” look and make square edges instead of angles.


      Rubber Cement is 100 times better and will last forever.It is also pliable. Super glue is temporary,hardens & melts the foam! Great for glueing your fingers together! LOL Superglue is ALWAYS temporary! 

  • Brad Basham

    An electric knife ( like for carving meat ) works like a breeze.

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