Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Skywalker, May 16, 2014.
I use a bowguard. Its what came with the bow.
I'm interested. Send me pricing info.
I still need a case for new chillR, can you send me a link to the Lakewood case?
I have a simple flambeau case. I don't think you can use it with your quiver but honestly, I've never tried.
I use it because it's good protection for the traveling I do (Just in the truck) and it cost $15 from their outlet here in town.
It's a good quality case though.
Another one for lakewood bow file. Ferg set me up with one and great bow case, flew to Texas and back already with it and did'nt have any problems.
At the price and weight of the Lakewood (over 26 pounds according to the website) I would rather stick with my Plano all weather. Very protective and cheaper
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I have an SBK hunter series and I love it. I can leave my quiver on my bow which is a big plus. Also it is very short so it takes up a lot less room than some of the other cases. The thing I like most about it is you never have to worry about anything getting bumped.
I have one of these cases and it is awesome! It can hold a lot of stuff, and you can have a quiver on your bow while its in your case.
I ended up getting a Lakewood Bowfile case. I just got it in and am totally impressed. Excellent build quality and my bow fits it perfectly with that quiver and arrows attached. I ordered the kit with the accessory cases. All three cases are built with the same excellent quality.
If you are considering getting a top quality case, I'd highly recommend getting in touch with jfergus7 to order one.
Glad to hear your happy with it! PM me if your interested in getting one!
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Right now I just use a plano case. I am thinking I'll try and get an SKB case for christmas.. I figure if you have a nice bow and keep some arrows and releases etc. in there, its probably close to $1000 worth of equipment. Might as well make sure you get a nice case to protect it all. It's like storing nice guns in a plain metal cabinet.. Probably not the best protection of your investment.
I have a Lakewood and really like it! Its defiantly a little bulky but I don't need to drag it around very far so its worth it IMO.
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