Plano, IL –-(Ammoland.com)- The beast archers and bow hunters often shoot hundreds of arrows each week. They want to perform even better and know that their skills improve through practice.
Plano’s value-priced line of hardworking SE Bow Cases offers practical and lockable hard-sided foam-lined protection for compound bows and related archery and hunting accessories. And just like the skills of disciplined archers, these affordable performers just got a whole lot better for 2017.
Plano’s upgraded SE Bow Cases feature a slick new exterior look and improved strapping and tie-down systems that offer additional versatility for a wider array of equipment while providing extra strength, security, and ease-of-use. Both standard 1010635 and pro 1010645 SE models employ a stronger, customized fastening system that allows two different strapping points at each tie down location for increased versatility with a wider range of bow makes and models. They also feature a new, universal strapping system that easily secures any fully loaded quiver into the case’s lid without the need for an additional bracket or mount.
The pro 1010645 SE model also includes Plano’s versatile model 112500 Arrow Max Case – a sleek, hard-sided arrow box that holds and protects six fully dressed arrows, broadheads, and other accessories, and secures snuggly into the SE’s lid.
Both upgraded SE Bow Cases are lockable for airline travel and feature four latches and angle-locking foam arrow retainers inside the lid for additional storage of up to six additional arrows.
Plano Model 1010635 SE Bow Case
Plano Model 1010645 SE Pro Bow Case
Bow hunters and target archers shouldn’t have to worry about the security of their equipment during transport and storage, and they shouldn’t have to pay a lot to protect their gear. So go ahead and compare the price and performance features of Plano’s upgraded SE Bow Cases against the competition. You’ll find that the best just keeps getting better.
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