New Gun Vault and Dog Kennel Hunting System

New Gun Vault and Dog Kennel Hunting SystemGood Ideas’ new Dakota 283 Badlands Gun Vault and integrated Kennebec Dog Kennel transitions the hunting enthusiast’s vehicle to “hunt mode” in minutes. The vault and kennel system is a solution for hunters looking to securely store shotguns or rifles, e-collars and shells, and easily fit a couple of dog kennels in the truck bed or back of an SUV. 

 The gun vault’s modular, water resistant compartments are deep enough to store multiple guns, even if scoped, with foam-lined drawers providing superior protection; while the kennels are lightweight and easy-to-clean. The Kennel nests on top of the vault and straps together for secure transport.

Unique to the Dakota 283 vault and kennel system is its rotationally molded, one-piece construction. Only Dakota combines this ultra lightweight and easy-to-handle system in a water-resistant and virtually indestructible package.

The system is available in a variety of colors: Desert Sand, Olive, Orange and Black. The pair measures 63″ x 23.75″ x 39.5″, and weighs 136 lbs. Dakota includes a 1 year limited warranty on parts and service. Like all Dakota 283 products, the vault and kennel system is proudly made in the USA.

 

Suggested retail price for the vault and kennel combo is $899.99, a price within reach of every outdoorsman. For more information, visit www.dakota283.com or call 1-866-595-IDEA (4332).

 

About Good Ideas, Inc.

Good Ideas, Inc. is a product development and marketing company. Products from Good Ideas are created based on practical, common sense designs deemed most useful to consumers in today’s marketplace. The Kennebec Kennel and Badlands Vault are also sold separately at Good Ideas, Inc. Dakota 283 products are designed with the hunter enthusiast in mind. Key to the Dakota line of vaults and kennels is their one piece construction. Only Dakota combines ultra lightweight, attractive, ergonomic design in products that are virtually indestructible… all at a price every outdoorsman can afford.

May-June Edition of ODU Mag
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