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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
very good product I bought this case and got in today and love the style of it and it has alot of space for plenty of arrows and the straps tht came where very simple to install, and holds the bow in place very well February 23, 2010
Disappointed I bought this case to use to store my bow around my house and for the rare flight. Around the house, it held up well (but as some reviewers indicated it is quite bulky). However, once I landed I found that the plastic mounts/holes used to secure the velco straps in place are not strong enough. The screws tightening the velcro to the case broke free from the plastic. One screw split the plastic at the mount (on the way there). The other, the entire mount broke free from the case (on the way back). As a result, my bow was flayling around with my arrows. November 8, 2009
Great Buy If you need a case for your bow that doesn't cost an arm and a leg with the quality of a more expensive one this is the way to go. I have had mine for a while now and moved all over this country and to other countries with my bow in this case and all the case has gotten is a few scratches. I would highly recommend getting the extra quiver hardware so your quiver isn't bouncing all over inside the case. September 5, 2009
Good case I bought this case after using a soft case for a couple years. For the money it is the best case I have found. Although the case is rather lage it can hold arrows, bow and quiver. Quiver can be left on bow or installed inside case with quick release for your quiver brand. There are extra screw holes with extra screws and I used them to put a tupperware type container mounted inside the case to hold allen wrench, extra broadheads, or anything else you may want in it. This is not mentioned in the product description. the only drawback is the velcro straps that hold the bow are not quite long enough for some bows, however you can get velcro strips very cheap if the straps are too short for your bow. As far as the camo goes I did not buy this case for it's color, I bought it to protect my bow and arrows and it does all that plus extra storage space. August 27, 2009
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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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