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Author Topic: Crossbow case  (Read 145 times)

Offline Flintlock1776

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Crossbow case
« on: August 30, 2018, 10:06:47 PM »
I got the Plano CB case. A lot of fiddling with it as you have to assemble it yourself. When done it took up way too much space in my SUV. I donated it to the church for their garage sale. Never used it, no scratches etc but just sucks IMHO.

I ordered the soft case from Parker for my Concorde CB. They said it will be snug and it is but I got it done. Not as protective as the hard case but I needed it more for concelements, commie NJ requires a case on every hunting wep. It fit snug and with care it will do the job and does not overwhelm the cargo space in my SUV like the Plano did.
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Re: Crossbow case
« Reply #1 on: August 31, 2018, 09:21:20 PM »
Yeah Flint, I had a hard case for my first compound which was a long one too - next to impossible to haul it anywhere but the bed of my old truck, so switched after a year to a soft case & have been using it since (about 30 years now).  I can imagine a hard case for a Xbow being pretty awkward unless you have a big vehicle.
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