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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by beenfarr, Aug 22, 2007.
Just wondering what's a decent case to tote around a 40" bow in???
ask Brokenarrrow he just went through this......:laugh: :laugh:
the longest bow I have right now is 35.....not sure what the C4 is????
I have been using the SKB High-impact double bow case. It's more than enough room for my bow (37" A2A).
It is a bit bulky and pricey, but has come in handy when I traveled last year with it. And it handled very well on the airlines.
40" is short...my bow is 44.5" ATA...:biggrin1:
most cases are 46-48" inside...so if your not over 46"
overall including cams...any cases should be fine...
I use the PSE soft case for my 40" shark. It has a long pocket on the side that fits my arrow tubes and hip quiver, and has a small pocket on top that fits my releases and grip tape and wax. Also is thick in padding on both sides for extra protection. Awesome soft case. Made very well. and under $30.00
Thanks for the replys.
Lakewood Products makes one of the best bow cases around for a fair price.
I have one for my Ovation, which is 40" ata. Very high quality and made in the USA (Wisconsin). You can store a bow with a fully loaded quiver still attached. And they make custom cases that fit into the storage areas of the bow case. Excellent stuff.
I have about 15 Lakewood cases for my bows and fishing gear. I would not consider anything else.
Also, if you have a Bowtech bow you can get a case with the Bowtech logo embroidered on the outside...eace:
That's what I've been looking for! Do you know what they cost?
I think I paid $115 for the 45" case for my Ovation shipped. I don't know what the Bowtech logo case cost since it was a Christmas gift...eace:
Seems expensive at first but they are worth every penny. I have Lakewood cases/tackle boxes for all my fishing reels, lures, electronics, etc... I also have an ice fishing case that's awsome.
Check out their WEB site. You can call them and order one right over the phone.
I would also not hesitate to check one as baggage on a plane. You can stand on one...
I really like my Aurora Pro.
The Aurora's are nice too.
I'm partial to Lakewood because they have cases for all the things I do in my spare time and have a proven track record with me. I got my first Lakewood case around 12 years ago and it's still going strong.
Poor Ben only needs a cardboard box right now anyway.:frusty:
Maybe everyone here can by 1 sling from Ben to help him finish the target/3D rig.eace: