Blackhawk has partnered with case manufacturer Eylar to offer a branded line of hard shell cases for rifles, pistols, and other gear.

You probably know Blackhawk best for their holsters. Their Serpa design and dozens of other models have been in common use for duty, concealed carry, and more for many years. They also sell a variety of other gear, apparel, and accessories. Now they are partnering with case manufacturer Eylar in order to expand their brand further. A new series of Blackhawk branded hard shell cases have just been announced, so you can safely store and transport your favorite guns and gear. Read more details in the press release copied below.

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The cases feature pull and pluck foam, IP67 waterproof protection, and a pressure equalization purge valve.

Blackhawk Introduces BH Series of Durable Hard Cases

New Cases Developed in Licensing Partnership with Eylar Hard Cases

OVERLAND PARK, Kan. –– Blackhawk, a leader in law enforcement and military equipment for over 30 years, recently collaborated with Eylar to unveil a new line of branded hard cases, specifically designed as tactical solutions for the storage and protection of gear and equipment.

The Blackhawk (BH) series caters to a wide range of tactical essentials, including firearms, gun belts, optics and other accessories. With various sizes available, these hard cases offer the perfect fit for different equipment configurations and storage needs.

Key features of the BH series hard cases include:

• Unparalleled waterproof and shockproof construction, providing unmatched protection.

• Multiple layers of protective foam for optimal cushioning.

• Customizable perforated pull and pluck foam layer for tailored fits.

• High-quality construction ensuring long-term durability and reliability.

• Extensive range of sizes available to accommodate all tactical storage needs.

The BH series differentiates from other hard cases on the market with the inclusion of a protective foam layer in every case, with one layer being perforated pull and pluck foam. This unique feature allows users to customize the foam to create ideal fits for their gear and equipment.

“The small, 11”x8” case is excellent for air travel and meets TSA guidance for transportation of firearms. I can carry my Glock 19 and three spare mags, locked up safe and sound, and trust everything will arrive in working order when I land,” said Justin Hoffman, product manager at Blackhawk. “When we partner with companies like Eylar to bring gear to the end-user, we treat it as if it were our own product. Honor, as a Way of Life.”

Through the partnership with Eylar Hard Cases, Blackhawk brings forth a new generation of tactical hard cases that are durable, versatile, and resilient. The introduction of the BH series is a testament to Blackhawk’s unwavering commitment to delivering top-quality protective and transportation solutions for their customers.

The BH series hard cases can be purchased through the official Blackhawk and Eylar websites, as well as For more information on the BH series, please visit

Case sizing options range from a large 53" rifle case to a small 9" compact equipment case.

The lineup has been launched with a selection of eleven logo-sporting hard cases in a broad spectrum of sizes, offered in either black or gray, along with five pre-arranged pistol and magazine foam inserts. Pricing ranges from an MSRP of $199.99 for the largest model down to $32.99 for the smallest one. What do you think about these new hard cases, readers? Do you think they will be good quality, and do they strike a good value proposition? Do you plan to purchase any? What cases do you use currently, and what do you like or dislike about those? Is there anything additional you would like to see from this new product series? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below! See you at the range.

Images courtesy of Blackhawk and Eylar.

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