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Bow Case for Flying

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Looks like I might head down to MO for a bow season and just wondering if anyone has any suggestions for a bow case to fly with. I have a Mathews Drenalin and don't want to get it damaged along the trip. Please keep me posted.

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I have an SKB double case that I fly with. It's tough as nails and has worked great for me on cross country flights in the past. When you travel to hunt, it's nice to have two bows in case you do something stupid and smash one up.

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dont buy the skb freedom case i had it for three days and it cracked along the hinges. its said it was a double bow case i could hardly fit my hoyt with all the arrows quiver in it.

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The freedom case is the cheapie from SKB. The SKB ATA double bow case is what I have and you could drive a 4-wheeler over it. Very solid and well put together.

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