Excalibur Deluxe Padded Crossbow Case
I purchasd this case for my Excaliber crossbow because it was the only deal in town! I would not purchase it again. The quality is below what I would expect from Excaliber. The Vortex bow I purchased in absolutely incredible but I don't feel like this case will offer much protection for the quaility of the bow and scope. There are now some other manufacturers offering cases for the Excaliber recurve style bows that are just as good for half the money. If you plan to travel with this bow buy a double scoped rifle case and unbolt the bow from the stock and they will fit nicely inside. When you arrive to hunt just bolt the lombs back on and you are ready to go without resighting in your bow!
November 24, 2010
Have a crossbow? Buy this case!
I went deer hunting with my Excalibur Vortex crossbow, and had a bit of a hike to get to my blind. This case not only allowed me to carry other gear because it has an shoulder strap, but kept my crossbow and gear inside the case bone dry even though this is a fabric case. Plus, it's one of the few good crossbow cases out there that will hold compound or recurve crossbows. It comes with storage pocket to hold things like a cocker, and also has enough room inside to hold a quiver. If you have a recurve crossbow, why have you not bought this yet? You won't regret getting it.
November 6, 2010
When you make a decision to buy an Excalibur, you are buying arguably the best bow for the money. What you don't realize is that there are no hard cases that will fit the span of the bow....>35.5". That is kind of a minor issue, but ok by me because I love the bow.
My wife bought a Plano Case for me at the local Bass Pro. When I realized that it was too small, the staff there was great at giving me the info on this case and making the return.
This case works well for a soft case. The only fault I have with it is you need to remove your quiver from the bow for storage and transport, as that the fletching will be mashed on the bolt on the outside of the quiver.
For local transport from home to the deer fields, it is not an issue.
February 3, 2011
The cross bow fits in this case well and the two side pockets have ample room for accessories. There are two different ways to carry the case. One is the strap and the other is a handle. Both work real well. Case is light weight but padded enough to protect your cross bow from minor bumps. Well built product.
October 21, 2010