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Plano Bow Guard Pro 44 Single Bow Case

   

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44.6" X 20.4" X 8.7"
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  • SKU: 974163

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Plano® Bow Guard™ Pro 44 Single Bow Case features a rigid design with more flexibility and storage options. 3 padlock tabs for added security. Plenty of room for accessories and a fully loaded quiver. Includes Sure-Loc™ arrow retainer that hold 12 arrows. Lockable and airline approved. Moveable accessory box with broadhead retainer and 2 extra tie downs hold armguards, releases and more. Features large and wide-angled feet for stability, durable steel hinge pins, ATV/auto tie-down tabs. Lockable and airline approved.

Manufacturer model #: 10-10640.

Quiver mounting hardware not included and must be purchased separately.
If you have a Bohning quiver, the mounting hardware is sold separately.
If you have a Kwikee quiver, please find your mounting hardware through item search for number 540213.

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Great buy for the money Pros: This is a great bow case for the money. It is a great way to store your bow or to travel with it. The case is very sturdy and has a strong outer shell to protect the bow and other things inside. It has four strong latches and three lock holes if security is an issue. It has an egg crate style foam padding that protects the bow. The accessory box is very convenient, as it will hold broadheads, extra nocks, field points, etc... The accessory box can be mounted on the bottom in the foam that helps to get it out of the way (see picture). The case is plenty spacious to put your bow, up to 12 additional arrows, extra accessories, release, and quiver. Cons: Overall, it is a great case. I do have a few small negatives though. First is the quiver mount. To mount your quiver in the case, you must buy a separate quiver mount designed for your quiver style. It is difficult to find the quiver mounts and match it up. Another negative is that the case will not close if you have your quiver attached to your bow. This is disappointing since the case is 8.7" thick. It will not fit under a bed and is very bulky. This could cause a problem with storage and transporting the case. The only other negative is the arrow holder inside the case. It is simply three foam slits that you can slide four arrows into. There is nothing that really secures the arrows in there and this could cause a problem with frequent use. Conclusion: I would definitely buy this case again. It is cheap in comparison to the competitor's cases and does the job just as well. The biggest negative is the size; don't expect it to fit under a bed. It holds everything you need, plus the extra storage space. It does everything I want from a bow case. See pictures. August 19, 2009
the bomb i truly love this case it is convienient and roomy so i can throw a few extra things in there if i need it is a very good case i would recomend this product to every bow hunter out there July 14, 2006
Great Bow Case I truly enjoy the space and ease this bowcase gives me. With the quiver attachment it only takes seconds to get my bow ready to go to the field. This is also proved to be a very durable case and with all the straps, nothing is lose to bounce around and scratch my bow. July 7, 2006
Nice case I had been looking around for a case and came across this one. I love the accessory box. I can keep my broadheads, practice tips, and tools in it without worring about them bouncing all over my case. The accessory box locks in place and can be removed quickly, plus you have a couple different places you can mount it. I love that for about four dollars i was able to buy a bracket to mount my quiver in the case. I can leave my arrow in my quiver and just unclip it from the case and clip it on to my bow. I had no trouble finding the bracket on this web site and it takes about thirty seconds to install. The extra straps to keep my arm gaurd and release in place were nice too. I would diffinetly recomend this case. October 28, 2007
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Yes, this case will work for both right and left handed bows.
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Hi, the interior dimensions is listed as 43.09” x 15.3” x 8”. Therefore, it will depend on the size of your bow, which one of the Kronik XT bows online is listed as Axle-to-axle: 30-1/4".

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Those bows might be a little big for this case, but give it a shot and see if it fits.
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This case is huge Im sue you would have no problem putting any bow in it. And you decide were to put the velcro to secure it down.
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The Interior Dimension are 44.6" X 20.4" X 8.7" and checking on Bear web site, the encounter bow from axel to axel is 30.5 inches and brace height is 7.75 inches. Therefore, by the size it should work. Thanks
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Exterior: 44.6” x 20.4” x 8.7”
Interior: 43.09” x 15.3” x 8”
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Will not fit this case or the SKB case Z7 Extreme is to wide from riser to string
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It there is no seal around the the case just a plastic lip. Might get wet in a hard rain.
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yes, I had mine in back of the truck in a rain storm and everything stayed dry
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This case is water resistant, but not water proof. There is no rubber molding on the edges to keep water out permanantly. It will protect your bow from the elements until you can get it inside.

I personally try not to go swimming with my bow or my bow case.

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It should fit. The case size is 44.6 x 20.4 x 8.7.
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Yes it will hold the bow with quiver on it. I have a hoyt alphaburner and it works great
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No, it will not. Though you can force the case to close, I wouldn't recommend it. The quiver comes in contact with the foam arrow holder that is found on the top of the case. You can buy the quiver mount though (purchased separately) that will mount the quiver on the top of the case just below arrow holder. The quiver can also just be removed from the bow and laid in the bottom to fit with the bow.
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It should assuming you have no other arrows up top. It is plenty thick enough to hold a quiver
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