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Plano Bow Guard SE 44 Single Bow Case

   

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44.6" X 20.4" X 8.7"
  • $64.99

  • SKU: 974162

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The Plano® Bow Guard™ SE 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. Includes newly designed Sure-Loc™ arrow retainers that hold 12 arrows and fully-loaded quiver. Lockable and airline approved. Inner dimensions: 43.09'' x 15.3'' x 8.0''. Outer dimensions: 44.6'' x 20.4'' x 8.7''. Weight: 9.8 lbs.

Manufacturer model #: 1010630.

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

Plano® Bow Guard™ SE 44 Single Bow Case 4.2 5 39 39
Great Case holds a lot of your gear holds the bow very well You can even get a life time replacement with this case you don't have 2 spend a lot this case will hold up September 21, 2010
great case...great price the only reason i give this a 4 and not a 5 is that it does not come with the mounts for your quiver and they are almost impossible to find....other than that this case has plenty of room to hold everything you want August 22, 2010
not for hardcore hunters i baught one of these for myself and one for my dad. on his bow we have to take the quiver off for the bow to fit. mine will close with quiver on. when i first saw the arrow foam, i was suspecious. so everytime i put arrows in it i ALWAYS take my broadheads off. thank god a did cause on many occasions the arrows have fallin out, which coulda ment cut strings and a bad trip. mine now only has one velcro strap in it as the others have pulled threw the case. after 2 years two of the snaps wont close. im an outfitter and i took it once on horseback, and i will never take this case again. got cracked and chipped, on top of GREAT mules. there is NO WAY i would ever allow my bow onto the airlines in this case. maby if your goin from home to treestand this case would be ok, but if you travel at all, find a diff case April 25, 2010
good deal for the price I bow hunt 15 to 25 times a year. This case has done it's job quite nicely for the price. It has protected my bow from damage while in the back of my truck during travel. April 12, 2010
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i am trying to find a bow case for a Hoyt Turbohawk bow. Do you think this will fit?
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Yes. This case is designed exclusively for a compound bow. I bought my Plano case when I had a Hoyt TurboHawk and it fit just fine. I like this case a lot and it has done me well over the last year.
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I need to find the quiver bracket however I cannot find it on the BP website or on the Plano website. Its referenced in the paperwork that comes with the box and even shown on the pictures! However, nowhere does it tell how to buy it!
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You can call Plano directly, or you can do what I did.

Go to your local craft store and buy two 12-inch pieces of velcro. Then secure them to your case with the pre-molded screw holes. There you have a great quiver mount for less than $3.00 and you can pick the color.

Even though I made one, I just leave my quiver attached to my bow now.
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I understand your situation. I have a Bohning quiver and needed an extra mounting bracket for my case but it is NOT on the BPS website. I had to go to the store to purchase one. I believe the Kwikee brackets are on the website but not for sure.
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