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Trentco1
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Hard case for micro

Post by Trentco1 » Fri Oct 28, 2016 11:08 pm

I've been on the search for a hard case for my micro 355 as I have way to much money invested in my bow and wanted something with a little more protection other than the octane case
Ive been checking out a lot of hard cases that would fit the bill but most of them seem way too bulky and take up way too much room especially when I'm going to the cottage and I've got all the other junk in the back my truck. So with a few modifications I think I finally nailed it Down to the right one.
It's the sprie hard case made by Plano.
My bow fits like a glove in there an seems like A fairly rugged case
It's not too bulky an there's also a bit room for a few accessories
thought I would share with ya's
Here it is
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Micro 355
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Re: Hard case for micro

Post by paulaboutform » Sat Oct 29, 2016 12:03 am

That's a good lookin case. Very nice!

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Re: Hard case for micro

Post by VTbowman » Sat Oct 29, 2016 6:06 am

I share your desire to protect my xbow. I bought the Octane for "something is better then nothing" and for a soft case its fairly rugged. It very well made. Tho its not a hard case.
My Micro 335 fits it like a glove n it should since its made for the micro line. Nice pockets on each side. A nice case if your just gonna be placing your xbow on your back seat. (Which is where mine rides) Its not a bed of the truck case. Lol
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Im glad you posted pics on the fit. I was hesitant with the micro being so compact the a universal case would be to big. It looks great n on my list of things to buy. Thank you!
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Re: Hard case for micro

Post by foofoo » Sat Oct 29, 2016 9:41 am

i use to be a hard case junkie. its ingrained in me from my musician days.always believed before you buy anything to research a good case for it. now that my truck gas guzzler is history and im car,n wagon guy i appreciate the soft case for my micro. it doesnt take up hardly any room havin the soft case for my Micro.i think its ok protection but the space it saves is worth it for me. i even have enough room to shove my leafy camo suit and rain jacket in the side pockets so i can grab the case and head to the woods in a second :mrgreen: . now i think with a little extra framing with hard plastic panels and padding in the right places like around the scope and arrow quiver area youd have the best of both worlds in the small package. something a step up form the allen hybrid tech. that case has some good protection but needs a little more.

Trentco1
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Re: Hard case for micro

Post by Trentco1 » Sat Oct 29, 2016 9:55 am

Al in all this sprie hard case is not a lot much bigger than my octane case with my crossbow in it but the great thing is I am at peace of mind because I know my bow is now well protected;)
Micro 355
Hawke xb30 pro scope T&T Triger boo force 10 string Zombie slayers 16.5 arrows c/w right helical blazer vanes aluminum nocks or lumenoks
Micro 315
Tact zone scope force 10 string 16" inch executioner arrows aluminum nocks or lumenoks

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Re: Hard case for micro

Post by newbie » Sat Oct 29, 2016 10:17 am

best part is you will hear it fall off your tailgate now :wink:
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