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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 03-15-2010, 06:34 PM Thread Starter
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Excalibur--hard crossbow case

I'm just wondering if there would be a market for a hard crossbow case for the Excalibur crossbows. Would you buy it, if it were available for under $120 ??

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I am looking to buy 3.
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Re: Excalibur--hard crossbow case

I know of someone that might be interested. Would it fit a Middleton 375?
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Re: Excalibur--hard crossbow case

I'm almost postive it will fit the Middleton, as there appears to be plenty of clearance with the Excalibur pictured above.

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Re: Excalibur--hard crossbow case

I would buy one
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Re: Excalibur--hard crossbow case

Would it fit an eastman X-force 800, can't seem to find a case that has enough depth

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Re: Excalibur--hard crossbow case

I have some cases coming in late next week that should fit the Eastman. Can you give me some measurements?

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Yes if its like the photo .....scope on crossbow[uncocked]
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Re: Excalibur--hard crossbow case

I use a hard x-bow because I often fly to where I'm hunting.
Presently I use a SKB 2 rifle case with wheels,; my bow takes down into stock/scope and bow assemblies. I always check the scope after shipping and reassmebly, it always is right on.

For years there were no hard x-bow cases. now they are available, but man are they bulky. they take up a lot of room in a hunting vehicle, so I see them as air travel only. Does the one you show have wheels for sirport movement?
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