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Dosko cases. Anyone use these? Pics?

ive been considering going with the Dosko cases for some time on my Wee.. but never bought a pair.. not that im outtfitting the Versys im considering it a good reason.. wondering if anyone uses these on there Versys as sidecases ???

Specifically the "Large Doskocil Camera Guard Case" ???
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nope no one, be the first spend your money take your chances
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nope no one, be the first spend your money take your chances
huh... a smartass... what a unique rebel you are
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My experience with the Dockocil cases are in storing and transporting firearms. I noted that their hinges are not very strong and the latches not secure at all, unless a wire or padlock is used to prevent the latches from sliding open. The cases are fine for preventing scratches and gouges on the firearms while sliding around in the truck bed, but they don't seem to have the structural integrity (a la Pelican) to be a motocase.

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Why not consider the Original Versys side case?
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I've seen this mentioned on Adv forum:

http://www.nanukcase.com/content.asp?node=2


Considered something like this for my photo gear.
No FHE, though.


Let us know
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My experience with the Dockocil cases are in storing and transporting firearms. I noted that their hinges are not very strong and the latches not secure at all, unless a wire or padlock is used to prevent the latches from sliding open. The cases are fine for preventing scratches and gouges on the firearms while sliding around in the truck bed, but they don't seem to have the structural integrity (a la Pelican) to be a motocase.

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Ive looked around a bit since posting.. seems there are a couple different "grades" of these... which are now made by Plano... anyway.. one series claims to be "watertight and rugged".. but they come in about the same as a Pelican...

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Why not consider the Original Versys side case?
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Im cheap

oh and i already have Motech Side racks.. just need to find the right sidecases...
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I've seen this mentioned on Adv forum:

http://www.nanukcase.com/content.asp?node=2


Considered something like this for my photo gear.
No FHE, though.


Let us know

Look like nice cases.. but difficult to find in the states and prices seem about par or more than the Pelicans..

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