Plano Protector Bow Case
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Reviewed by: Mark
Available at Cabelas.com
I have been happy with this bow case ever since I first bought it. It was fairly inexpensive at around $30 plus tax. It’s thick and sturdy so I am not worried about it getting smashed because your hunting bud throws something on top of it. The lockable latches work well. It makes it very snug with the foam protector pads inside the case.
My bow case got a little rain when it was riding in the back of the truck on the way back from a hunting trip. The bow stayed dry.
Another thing I love about it is the fact that it has enough room to hold all my bow accesories in 1 case. My quiver (unattached from the bow), release, and over a dozen and a half of my arrows. Plus its camo so it matches every other piece of hunting equipment that I own.
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