Clinton's Bow Case

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  1. short69

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    I was wondering the manufacturer of Clinton's bow case/ gear case was in the latest Bowhunt or Die video.. It is hard to make out in the video , but looks like something I would like to have.
     
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    Man BHOD must pay well
     
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    Must come with some nice big stickers.
     
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    In all fairness, it's way more than just a bow case. And if you're leaving thousands of dollars of gear in the thing, you want it to be nice. I know people who have left those Bronc Boxes in their truck bed for months or years at a time - exposed to dust, rain, snow, blood and more and they remain fully intact and completely waterproof. If you're looking for something that can handle that type of abuse and keep your gear safe, it's the best thing you can get.

    For me personally, I have a topper on my truck so the elements aren't a concern. I use a standard Sterilite tote for all of my gear and keep my bow in the back seat of my truck. It works just as well and doesn't cost $1,000.
     
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    It's cool. It's not $1000 cool though.
     
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    I can see it’s point, almost. I’ll stick with my Plano trunk and SKB case.
     
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    After the way my SKB came though my flights this week, i am taking them off the list.... time to start looking for a new hard case.
     
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    SKB has a great warranty. Never had to use it, but heard it was good. My double survived a round trip to RSA and Australia plus hundreds of miles in the back of the truck.
    What happened to yours?
     
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    A 6” crack at the latch and two dime size holes through the case
     

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