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    Anyone one have a double bow case that they recommend? I am looking for one for an out of state trip. I've heard good things about Pole Mountain & they appear to be lighter than the SKB as well.

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    SKB here. Never heard of the Pole Mountain ones, but they look pretty good too, like the looks of the double/soft case.

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    I have one that I got from these guys. http://www.strongcasebytnb.com/bow.html. Mine is a three bow case that I took to Africa. It is bombproof, but not light. It has wheels, which makes it easier to pull through an airport.
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    SKB all the way, they're built like my pelican cases I use for my optics and guns simply can't be beat. No they aren't cheap but I witnessed my rifle case fall off the luggage ramp and fall 12-15' to the tarmac bounce slide a ways and stop. I was beside myself and irate. Once at my destination my rifle and shotgun inside were still in perfect shape rifle zero still held. I won't trade they for anything but my hard earned cash.

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    I think the SKB cases are hard to beat for the money. I have the double case and I can fit two bows arrows and a bunch of clothes in the case. They are built very well, dare I say bullet proof!

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    I've used SKB cases since the 90's. I use the iSeries now. Heavier, but like was said, it has wheels which makes it very manageable. But I imagine by now, you've got your case picked out.

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