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Plano Bone Collector All-Weather Bow Case

   

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48" X 20.75" X 7.5"
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The Plano® Bone Collector® All-Weather Bow Case features super-thick wall construction and Plano’s PillarLock® system provide crush-resistant protection for your bow. It’s also equipped with a weather-resistant seal and the customizable foam padding features Inhibitor technology to protect your gear from rust and corrosion. Also features integrated arrow storage. Airline approved. Color: Green. Dimensions: 48" x 20.75" x 7.5".
Manufacturer model #:108119.

  • Super-thick wall construction
  • Plano’s PillarLock® system for crush-resistant protection for your bow
  • Weather-resistant seal
  • Customizable foam padding features Inhibitor technologyfor rust/corrosion protection
  • Integrated arrow storage
  • Airline approved
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 30 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Case Whenever I bought this I thought it was a great buy. I went to Iowa on a hunt, did great, killed an 11 point, I had to strap by bow case to the back of the car on a trailer-hitch rack. It got all dusty so I went to wash it off and I didn't put any pressure on it or anything and water got in the case. So that was a down side. A plus is that it hold my bow very well. Although I have to take my stabilizer off whenever I put it in its a great case. The stabilizer length is 8 inches so thats why it doesn't fit. September 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Safe at last Just received my bow case, what a great buy. Very very happy with it, fast postage here to Australia. I'm loving "American made", loving bass pro, will be doing more shopping with them from here out. Bow case is super tough, give me great peace of mind when I go bush. April 22, 2014
Rated 1 out of 5 by Poor Design I bought this case because it appeared to be the toughest one available. But I found that it's cheaply made and not what it claims to be. I was driving home today with the case in the back of my truck when I was caught Ina sudden downpour that lasted for about 5 minutes. When I got home I brought the case in the garage, when I opened it water poured out of the inside of it. The foam is soaked and by bow and all the contents of the case were wet. The straps that secure the bow are weak at best and have broken several times. As well as the locks on the latches have broken. I would stay away from this case. I can buy a cheaper case that functions better. November 21, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Case If you like hard bow cases you cannot go wrong with this case. I can stand on top of the case and had the case has no bend at all. Plus the case will lock and airline approved. The only reason I gave this case 4 stars instead of 5 is because the case is heavy even without a bow. February 19, 2013
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15 - 20 lbs. It's a very durable and hard plastic case. Makes it a bit heavier.
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The approximate weight is 22 lbs.

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Yes, the bow should fit with extra room.
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I bought this for my Hoyt Turbo Hawk and it looks lost in it. But I like the room and design.
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Yes! The velcro strap bosses are symmetric in the case for a universal fit, so right- or left-handed doesn't matter. And it'll fit a large variety of bows, especially if they have parallel limbs.
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Yes it will.
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Yes it will. Just make sure your sight is on the down side, away from the arrows.
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Yea the Z7 Extreme will fit.
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I don't know for certain if the Extreme will fit, but my Z7 fits perfectly. The limb and string velcro straps are adjustable for various lengths. You do have to remove the quiver though.
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Yes, the Z7 Mathews bow will fit in this case. The Z7 Xtreme Axle to Axle is 28” and brace height is 7 3/8”. The interior dimensions are 48" X 20.75" X 7.5". Thanks
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Will my hold my CRX 32?

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Yes the case will fit a Hoyt CRX 32
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Yes, the CRX 32 bow will fit in this case. The interior dimensions are 48" X 20.75" X 7.5" and the bow axel to axel is 32 inches and 7 inch brace height, which should fit in the case. Thanks
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How was the experience? Did everything stay in place?
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I have not taken it on an airline, but I can say that I would NEVER consider doing so. This is a great case for hauling your bow around in your pickup truck, but I very seriously doubt it would stand any chance of surviving the treatment the airlines put on luggage.
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Holds my Bear Mauler very well. The dual string stops also clear around the Frame pillers inside the case. My arrows fit in the holders very well and there are many options for mounting the extra straps. Case will hold almost everything you need.
There are also sectioned off areas for running straps through the foam. I hollowed out an area inside for holding a med sized LED flashlight and another for string wax.
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Quiver holder?

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i recently bought this case and the only thing i can find wrong with it is that it didnt come with a quiver bracket. is this just my problem or do you need to purchase seperately?
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The quiver bracket is sold separately, but I just use the additional velcro straps to hold my quiver and release.
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use the straps that come with the case they work well
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i used the straps that came with the bow case. for my quiver
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Will a Mathews Z7 fit in this case easily?
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I have a Mathews Z7, and yes, it fits very well.
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The z7 mathews bow will fit in this case as long as you are not using a mathews quiver.
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Yes and I would recommend this case for such a nice bow.
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I hual mine in it. There a tough case.
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yes it will. my z7 does.
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Yes. I have a Z7 Extreme and it fits perfectly
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yes, the Z7 extreme did
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I didn't measure my inside dimensions, but you do need to remove the quiver. The reinforcement pillars will get in the way.
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Yes, the quiver must be removed.
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Quiver does not need to be removed. I attacked my quiver to the upper lid with straps right above the bow and I don't believe it ever touches the bow. But I believe you can leave the quiver attached, no problem
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yes, the Quiver has to be removed.
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I have a mathews web quiver and it does not have to be removed.
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