Gun cases are a dime a dozen, but crossbow cases? Not so much. Especially not crossbow cases made of aluminum.
Americase, Inc. has developed what it calls “the first aluminum Breakdown Crossbow Case available in the market place.”
The case manufacturer wanted to make something that was functional without being cumbersome. Catering to a market where most crossbows are breakdown, the Breakdown Crossbow Case was born.
The breakdown case is less than 62 linear inches, meaning it can be can be checked luggage without an oversize fee. The case, from the EC Series line, measures 36 inches by 13.5 inches by 7.625 inches. The welded aluminum case that mirrors our other EC Series cases.
The interior of the Breakdown Crossbow Case has a lift out panel that will accommodate virtually any breakdown crossbow in the marketplace today. The lower compartment holds the crossbow stock, quiver with bolts and storage, while the top holds the bow and foot stirrup.
The .063 aluminum case has a spring loaded handle, two heavy duty key locking flip latches along with two eyelets that can be padlocked and comes with a water resistant seal keeping out dust, dirt and moisture.
Like all Americase products, the AT-EC-Crossbow case is worthy for air travel worldwide.
For more information on the Breakdown Crossbow Case and other products from Americase, please visit Americase.com.
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