After a dive to the bottom of the lake I found my safe and that it has some carbines and rifles that can bump into each other when moving things around. One easy and inexpensive solutions seems to be gun socks. And because this group has some a high level of expertise and experience, and the ability to help others, I thought that I’d ask about your experiences before…pulling the trigger.
The firearms lengths measure from 36" to 46". Most socks seem to be 52" although they are available in other lengths and varying widths. For $5-$6 each if bought in 6 packs…I’m not willing to pay more unless there is a really good reason. So…
1-Does length matter or would one just fold the extra over the bottom or top?
2-They all look and are described in a nearly identical way. Are there good/bad ones?
Can’t find out anything about this brand, but I like that there are four colors for identification in sock.
Uglier color, manlier packaging, higher [Higher ](https://www.amazon.com/Sack-Ups-VALU-PAC-BAGS-CAMO-FLD/dp/B0029M69S4/ref=sr_1_17)
Grey only, 6 pack available
Allen…heard of them and have had mixed results.