I got around to cutting out the foam for my case today. I found an electric filet knife is way better than a pocket knife. I still think I should have ordered the hot cutter with the jig to keep it at 90 degrees. At some point you just have to stop cutting to stop the bleeding. It only gets worse. As much as I thought I didnít need it I should have used a straight edge. They can call this a two gun case all they want. I canít see me ever putting two scoped rifles in one.
Across the top of the scope always looks like crap when I try to make it fitted. Anyone just use a straight line?
Iíve always put the scope down because itís more aesthetically pleasing when I open the case. This can of course be turned either way after you cut it. Today, at 45, I decided it would make more sense if it was up
Thoughts on this as far as protecting the scope??