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Bow cases
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
longspeak74 07-Mar-19
ELKMAN 07-Mar-19
beckerbulldog 07-Mar-19
Franklin 07-Mar-19
Buck Watcher 07-Mar-19
Buglmin 07-Mar-19
sticksender 07-Mar-19
SoDakSooner 07-Mar-19
Bou'bound 07-Mar-19
Lone Wolf 07-Mar-19
pinkfletch 07-Mar-19
longspeak74 07-Mar-19
milnrick 07-Mar-19
midwest 07-Mar-19
Trial153 07-Mar-19
t-roy 07-Mar-19
c5ken 15-Mar-19
Buffalo1 15-Mar-19
Bou'bound 15-Mar-19
From: longspeak74
07-Mar-19
Decided to keep my bow for another season, but would like to upgrade my case. The one I currently have, I am unable to put my quiver in. I'd like the next one to be able to house my bow, quiver and additional arrows. Any recommendations?

From: ELKMAN
07-Mar-19
Just go to Walmart and get one of their hard cases for 20 bucks. Quiver goes in just fine if you get the thick Dosko. If your traveling get the SKB double.

07-Mar-19

beckerbulldog's Link
Lakewood cases are the best.

From: Franklin
07-Mar-19
X2 Elkman

From: Buck Watcher
07-Mar-19
A few years ago I bought a Plano Single SE case (does not have the "pillar" supports in the middle). It fits my bow with quiver attached. Wally World had them on clearance last spring for $19. Now I have a back up.

From: Buglmin
07-Mar-19
I recently acquired an HQ Issue bow case, and I'm impressed. I've used Plano cases for years, but because I'm flying a lot now and wanted something lighter then my SKB. HQ case is built extremely solid.

From: sticksender
07-Mar-19
What do you intend to use the case for? Storage at home? Airline travel? Driving to hunt locally in your vehicle? Shipping your bow?

From: SoDakSooner
07-Mar-19
I've got an SKB single. It will hold everthing needed. I just use for car travel, but definitely protects the bow. I made some cutouts for the stabs and my quiver with arrows fits in the spot designated for arrows. I have no complaints.

From: Bou'bound
07-Mar-19
Skb double

From: Lone Wolf
07-Mar-19
lakewood

From: pinkfletch
07-Mar-19
Pole Mountain if you can locate one as they went out of business. ENKIUSA.COM appears to be the same case. Pricey but great

From: longspeak74
07-Mar-19
This will mainly be used to throw in the back of the truck. I don't plan to fly anywhere for the next 5-6 years anyway. Just tired of having the quiver separate, I know it's a small issue - but it's just one more thing to deal with in my book. Currently have a cheap Plano.

From: milnrick
07-Mar-19
I've traveled with both the SKB and the Lakewood double bow cases several times.

I much prefer the SKB because I can fit the bow quiver, arrows. clothing, harness and a bunch more stuff and still be under 50#. The early model Lakewood was heavy. Though it could carry 2 bows plus quivers and arrows but would easily break 65#.

My thought is stick with SKB for travel and a Plano case for plain storage or local use.

From: midwest
07-Mar-19
Cheap Plano with the pillars works fine with a TS quiver on all my bows.

From: Trial153
07-Mar-19
I have a SKB but I am buying this also for times when I am not using my nomad

Pelican Air 1745 Bow Case 

From: t-roy
07-Mar-19
Pinkfletch X2. I glad I pulled the trigger on my Pole Mtn case when I did. Don’t know why they went out of business. Occasionally one shows up on eBay, but rarely.

From: c5ken
15-Mar-19
If your going to travel (fly) suggest a SKB with wheels & TSA locks.

From: Buffalo1
15-Mar-19
c5ken x2

From: Bou'bound
15-Mar-19
X3

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