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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-09-2015, 11:08 AM Thread Starter
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Affordable cases for storage and transportation

Any suggestions on cases for storing and transporting. I was amazed at the cost difference between compound bow cases and those for crossbows.
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Re: Affordable cases for storage and transportation

I don't use a case for transporting, but for storage I take my xbow apart and store it in one of those cheap plastic double rifle cases.

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Re: Affordable cases for storage and transportation

I prefer a soft case to transport my crossbow. Most of these in my shop are priced around $35- $40.

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Re: Affordable cases for storage and transportation

Check out the Plano series. I purchased the crossbow max case if I remember correctly. I believe I got a pretty good deal, I think I paid $55 and it is pretty high quality. Rifle case style foam on the inside with straps for the limbs, middle, and rear portions of the bow so it doesn't flop around in the case. You get harder foam inserts that fit around the butt of the crossbow and the foregrip. Also has a carry handle. I prefer it to my old soft case because of the added protection and being able to carry it knowing everything is strapped down and the scope can't get banged up or anything else on the bow for that matter.

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