I would like to find out what some of you have done to make your own custom pistol cases out of items that were originally for something else... The idea here is to re-use something, recycling it to make it cool and useful again. I took old Shure wireless microphone cases - hard shell, lockable, stack-able, and generally larger than the typical solo pistol cases you would buy from a store - and re-foamed the interior so that it became an awesome range case. The case was free (a discard from a former employer), all I did was spend $20 on a can of 3M High Strength spray adhesive, and around $50 for a large high density egg crate foam mattress topper from an online retailer. I cut the foam so that the peaks of the top foam piece would mesh into the valleys of the lower piece. Starting with enough to line both top and bottom of four cases, I still have enough topper left to line another 10-12 cases... The large can of adhesive will last at least that long...as it does not take much to simply coat the back of the foam and the inside of the cases... Then all I needed was a sharpie to mark the outlines of everything I wanted to keep in there, and used a super sharp blade to cut the peaks out of the bottom half to fit the desired contents. Good thing I picked up about a dozen of these cases while the getting was good...! Check out the finished product... This is my Gen2 model 23, two 15rd mags, two 10rd mags, and a 13 round mag... 63 round on hand without even keeping a clip in the gun...!