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    Can You Post Pictures How Do You Store Your Bow
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    CANT POST PICTURE , SOOOEXPRES YOURSELFE

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    I don't really store my bow because I shoot it everyday! It sleeps on a pillow next to me in my King Size Pillow Top when not in use........

    Today's bows can cost more than a gun, have NO real control on sales (like gun control has), and even a convicted felon can own one. If you are planning on storing it for a long period of time I would recommend putting it in a hard case with plenty of soft cushion around it and maybe even climate control
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    usa1.jpgi woos thinking on something like this.but ned more exampels

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    Quote Originally Posted by BERKUTMAX View Post
    usa1.jpgi woos thinking on something like this.but ned more exampels
    Man that is very nice.

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    I keep mine in my SKB soft case in my truck. I shoot almost very day. Hanging on the wall gathers too much dust.

    Nice wall though.
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    In a hardshell case in my bedroom.
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    On the wall. More arrows in the closet. Other stuff like fletching jigs, shafts, tools are in the shop. My bow and DW's bow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BERKUTMAX View Post
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    Ohhhhhhh, I jus' loves color coordination....

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    Hang mine on the wall hook in my archery room except during hunting season. I then keep it in a deep plastic bow case I seal with weather stripping. I made a carbon wrap from some bulk material to line the case with for scent elimination. How many of us practice strict scent controle on ourselves and then enter the wood with a bow that smells like our home? I used to.

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    I've been leaving mine under the bed in a hard case, but I go get my new pse dream season tomorrow. I've made a pact with myself to shoot everyday, so I will have to find a spot that will have easy access and where I can see it so I don't forget to go shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.Blay View Post
    Hang mine on the wall hook in my archery room except during hunting season. I then keep it in a deep plastic bow case I seal with weather stripping. I made a carbon wrap from some bulk material to line the case with for scent elimination. How many of us practice strict scent controle on ourselves and then enter the wood with a bow that smells like our home? I used to.
    My bow gets sprayed down with scent-free spray before I enter the woods! But the more I've investigated scents.....the more I've found that hard, non-porous items, such as 90% of my bow doesn't really attract much scent! So I've started to just keep it cleaned with scent free body wash that I've put in a spray bottle dilluted in warm water. If you can wash your body with scent free soap/body wash and not have to worry about touching anything before you get into the woods, then I think my bow can handle the same!!

    Too many variables, you can't get rid of ALL scent! Every little bit helps though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BERKUTMAX View Post
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    I really like that.
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    dont bother storing it, shoot it everyday all day. If you have to get a good hard case with plenty of padding. Also try and find an arrow box. I have messed up alot of fletchings cause i have nowhere to store my arrows so i just shoot them.

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