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    Insulated car bow case ?

    Is it possible if so who makes them and how stupidly expensive are they ?
    I would like to leave my bow packed in the car all the time ready to go.
    My car is parked in the sun all day. This would do bad things most likely.
    Is there a solution that isn't "take it out" ?

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    Can't shoot ya target butt when your bows in the car fragman!
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    Hah. My target is 600km away. Hope to pick it up this month tho.
    Idea is to have bow in car so I can go to the range after work.

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    Insulated car bow case ?

    Considering getting some of this, 45 the edges and make a rectangular case with foil tape holding it together and some high density foam cut out with my knife as a cheep solution for now...

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  5. #5
    Honestly, I left my old Hoyt/Easton ram hunter in the car for about two years straight without any problems, just behind the seat of my navara. Wouldn't do it with a trad bow, but as long as its out of direct sunlight what's really going to go wrong?

    Jesse.

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    Ive been told it will have a negative effect on strings and cables.
    Not sure of the truth to that but I've no way to tension strings before baking them in an 80degree oven for 6 hours or so

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  7. #7
    Yes heat can affect the strings and cables - personally I see no good whatsoever to exposing your bow unnecessarily to extreme heat.
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    Yeah. I don't want to but I would like to shoot after work starting next month and there is nowhere to store a bow here. So in car is only option... and from 6am to 4pm it's going to get killed real quick this summer..
    So options are don't shoot or find something to keep it safe.
    Essentially I want an eski bowcase. Given how many hot climate hunters there are in Oz I'm surprised no one has made one already.

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  9. #9
    I've seen some pretty big Eskis ....with an equally big $$

    Bit like this:

    https://www.tentworld.com.au/buy-sal...BoCAP0QAvD_BwE
    Last edited by Johnno; 5th September 2017 at 04:02 PM.
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    2015 PSE Full Throttle - 67#
    Martin Mamba Recurve - 55#
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    I'm thinking a Styrofoam cooler... there is a 34" wide one on evilbay. My bow is 31" ata... problem then is I probably cannot put a single other damn thing in the car because all the other dimensions are equally large!

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