Unfortunately I have to disagree with David on the low-end SKB cases. I owned a case from SKB's Entry level Hunter series and was not impressed. While it fit my Mathews MR 7 like a glove, it developed a 3" crack within a month of purchase. The case was not abused and was just used to transport my bow in the back of my SUV.You can't go wrong with anything made by SKB. They make the best cases on the market IMO.
Was hoping to get this back on track in regards to ATV transportation of bow. We use ATVs to get through some really ROUGH country and just looking for the best combo of protection and quick access. ???How do you guys transport your bows when on an ATV? Hard case strapped on or put in trailer? Or on some sort of rack mount?
If I were gonna be doing a lot of ATV transportation, I think I would build a box out of 3/8" plywood just a little bigger than the manufacturers cardboard bow box. Inside each wall of the box would be a thin layer of soft foam with carpet on top, just enough so that the bow would fit nice and snug. Put it all together with a hinged latchable door on one end and there you have it. Mount it to the front rack and you can still pile stuff on top. If you need the bow just open the end and slide it out. But that's just me anyway, and I'm a real tinkerer.Was hoping to get this back on track in regards to ATV transportation of bow. We use ATVs to get through some really ROUGH country and just looking for the best combo of protection and quick access. ???
Occasionally we take wheelers where no else will go and then put many more miles on foot. Its an Alaskan thing. We use wheelers to get us to a place we can hike for high country. Such trips are not imaginable in the L48...Dont have to worry about how to transport a bow on a atv. I stay far away from you guys in wilderness areas!!