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- Makes a Great takedown recurve bow case! Review by NineStone
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This case makes a great bow case for a takedown recurve. The top half can be used as-is to store arrows, and the bottom half can be used to store a riser and limbs.
Line the bottom with 1" furniture upholstery foam (from craft / fabric store) and use 2" foam with cutouts for the riser and limbs. The foam arrow blocks from the top half press down on them to keep everything in place.
Then you've got the front compartments for gloves / tabs / armguards / strings / wax / tools / spare rests / whatever! Most "made-to-be" bow cases don't even have compartments to hold items like these.
(Posted on 6/5/15)
- Perfect Arrow Case Review by Awni Hafedh
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This case can hold 36 arrows back to back easily, also it is strong with a handle that you can carry it from. inside there are small couple of spaces where you can store your stuff, nocks, points, string, wax ... etc. also on the case there is a grove to be used as a broadhead wrench.
(Posted on 3/7/15)
- Decent case. Review by Great White
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Yep, worth the money.
Easily hold 24 arrows, and can fit 36 if you pack them a little tighter.
Glad I bought it.
(Posted on 11/21/13)