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JB Cases at the Expo! - 04-02-2019, 07:54 PM

Just wanted to give a shout out to John Barton. We got there early Wednesday afternoon and the were still building his booth. Ask him if I could buy a case and he had Karen take me to the back to find the case I was looking for. My friends liked my case so much they each bought one from him also. One spent $280 on a rugged with some accessories and my other buddy spent $600 on one of the best looking leather cases I've seen. Thanks again John! I really like my 3x6 rugged! (Seems to be built like a tank!)
  
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04-02-2019, 08:34 PM



How hard are the JB Rugged cases? It's almost time to replace my trusty old Predator case. I like the protection my very hard 2x4 Predator case provides.


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04-02-2019, 08:50 PM

I would say if you've been happy with that case you'll love a JB. As far as how hard that's kinda a tough question. I did lots of research on cases and JB kept coming up as top notch. I really like the fact of all the testing he does on his cases. You should look at some of their videos on YouTube. Hope this helps
  
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04-02-2019, 10:55 PM

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How hard are the JB Rugged cases? It's almost time to replace my trusty old Predator case. I like the protection my very hard 2x4 Predator case provides.
I bought a 4x8 rugged to replace my old 2x4 instroke buffalo I’ve been carrying since ‘03. I love my old insroke—great case, everything still functions properly, no quality issues ever. I’ve had the JB for a couple of months now and can say I made a good choice buying it. The 4x8 JB is only slightly bulkier than my 2x4 instroke, much lighter, is better constructed and has more storage pockets and easier access to the contents thanks to the design of the pockets. Great cases!

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