GamePlan Gear XBolt Crossbow Case Nylon Black and Olive

Product #: 597351 GamePlan Gear #: XBCC-OLV UPC #: 681129150199
Ships 11/27/2015 from MidwayUSA
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The revolutionary design of the XBolt crossbow case from GamePlan Gear allows you to carry your crossbow like a standard case, or like a backpack because the shoulder straps can be attached or folded down and stored in their zippered pocket. This case has a relief cut into the top to ensure room for your optic, a mesh zippered pocket on the top for extra gear and a side zippered pocket that is perfect for extra bolts or your quiver. The double sewn seams, heavy duty zippers and ripstop nylon materials will ensure that this case will not let you down no matter how tough the conditions. This case will fits crossbows up to 24" axle to axle.

  • Mesh accessory pocket perfect for your draw cord
  • Zippered side pocket perfect for bolts or quiver
  • Top carry handle
  • Fits crossbows up to 24" axle to axle
  • Durable Ripstop material
  • Shoulder straps which compress into a zippered pocket
  • Carry your crossbow like a backpack
  • 40" long x 27" wide x 9" deep

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