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6.8 x 43.2 x 19 inches ; 0.8 ounces
9.8
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Buyer's Reviews 1586

I am looking for a budget case that will finish the work and I cannot be more satisfied with this purchase. The shell material can be slightly thicker, but it is clear that this increases weight and cost. Because of it, the situation looks good, is thin, but strong enough to protect the bow. Nylon buckle is a good supplement and holds a bow very safely. The bubble is only an inch thick, but again, I think it's enough protection. My only complaint was that the handle didn't exactly match at the end of the case and was a little uncomfortable. However, given the price and other features, I don't think this is a problem enough to knock down my rating. These four latches are very strong, tightly closed, and the housing is more compact than the other locks I have used. This is a plus sign in my book. This requires some assembly, but it is easy, does not require any additional tools, and is about to be completed. I am very satisfied with this purchase in 10 minutes. The Plano Protector Compact Bow case is exactly what I've been looking for, and the price is unparalleled. If you find this comment helpful, please click the "Yes" button below.

49 x 21 x 7 inches ; 2.2 pounds
9.2
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Several minor problems: rubber quiver columns are not installed; it takes considerable force to push the supplied Tinnerman clip onto the plastic column. A 30-inch arrow with a field prompt is close to the edge of the case at the top position; if you use a longer arrow or a longer prompt, you may have to abandon some positions. The splashing of Fletching leaves is very close to that of 3 leaves, and there may be the problem of too high leaves or large influenza leaves and / or wide spots. A pair of quivering notches are too close to the pressure column for comfort. Shell latches are installed at the bottom (foam part), which means they must be opened down to open the shell, but it is easy to remove them and reinstall them on the top part (arrows quiver inside and outside the brand name). The nylon clasp strap is mounted on the post of the housing with screws to expose the metal screw head, which may scratch or damage the bow limb; the annular (soft) part of the nylon buckle strap can be woven around the limbs by keeping the bow away from the screw head, and then fixing the hook part to the top to solve this problem. It may be strong enough for storage and personal transportation (car / truck / ship), but I will not hand it over to a third party (especially not an airline).

40 x 3 x 15 inches ; 1.4 pounds
9.2
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All three of my eldest children have started archery this year as an extracurricular activity, and I have spent a lot of money buying them new bows and arrows. I want a lightweight, easy-to-carry box, and we can shove their arrows in with a bow. This box is perfect for their Genesis bow. I am very satisfied with it, and I am really excited about the price! It's a lot less than I spend at a sporting goods store.

37 x 11 x 6 inches ; 1.25 pounds
Item can be shipped within U.S.
8.8
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I recently bought this to replace the cardboard box I used to store my bow, which is perfect for my Samick Sage 62 "Takedown Recurve".

Buyer's Reviews 38

I like this carrier. I prefer difficult situations, but if I just go out, I will walk and carry it, which is very light compared to a difficult case. I don't really like the magic sticker holders inside, the bags hold the bits very well, they are mainly in my personal way. I like this side bag. It has pockets, so I can put my Allen wrench in it, and if someone wants to try to shoot an arrow without hurting himself, it can also put an Allen wrench. I wish I had a small bag in which I could store my rope so that it wouldn't be entangled in a big bag.

1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 0.8 ounces
8.1
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In the case of this Plano bow, you can choose where you can install the strut and come with three nylon buckles. To install these options for you, there is a string of screw mounting points (top and bottom), and about 14 screws. I picked up an extra bag of # 8 x 1 "flat head screws and went to town: (see figure 1) for my E35 bow, the post (A) can be positioned through the riser and keep the bow stable. So I only used a nylon clasp (B) to fix the bow in place. So now I have two extra bundles that I install on top to keep my quiver (C). They were a little too short, so I had to cut them in half and use a total of four screws to install four different parts. Here are the details of how they hold the tremor: (see figure 2) after that, I just added a spare bag that I put around the (D) with the same screw-it can hold some pencils, wire wax, and so on. The big storeroom (E) is a zipper TDK cassette cartridge that I've had since about 1985. I knew this thing would come in handy one day! If you're too young to have that kind of. Well, I don't know, twist a iPhone box or something. : -) seriously-any kind of portable locker will be fixed there. It doesn't look big, but there are a lot of things in this box: (see figure 3) I sewed a few simple cloth bags (F) to fit my Bee Stinger stabilizer so they wouldn't get scratched. There's a place at the top where you can clip it with an arrow, but to be honest, I usually just leave this.

47.2 x 3.9 x 19.7 inches
7.8
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For my wife's archery. As a weekend bag, you can put it in the car, and air travel needs a huge hard shell, which suits her very much, she said she likes it very much. There are a lot of pockets and a place to drop the quiver. Well-made zippers and good materials. There's really no problem here.

Buyer's Reviews 42

The size of this thumb ring is tricky. In my opinion, you should pay special attention to the thickness of the thumb, not the width, and match it to the short size of the size. However, I was able to attach a piece of leather to the back of the ring to make it fit perfectly. I believe leather actually makes the ring more comfortable and practical.

37 x 15 x 6 inches ; 2.2 pounds
7.3
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In this case the bow is perfect there, and there are spaces, arrows and many other things. When you spend so much money on a bow, make sure you protect it well.

40 x 26 x 3.2 inches ; 3.4 pounds
7.2
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Suitable for my Centerpoint Sniper and quiver and so on. Decent filling-for money, this is a better quality box than any other product you find, and the price is higher.

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Product Dimensions 6.8 x 43.2 x 19 inches ; 0.8 ounces 49 x 21 x 7 inches ; 2.2 pounds 40 x 3 x 15 inches ; 1.4 pounds 37 x 11 x 6 inches ; 1.25 pounds - 1 x 1 x 1 inches ; 0.8 ounces 47.2 x 3.9 x 19.7 inches - 37 x 15 x 6 inches ; 2.2 pounds 40 x 26 x 3.2 inches ; 3.4 pounds
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