Plano 1348-51 Archery Bow Case Review
Plano 1348-51 First Impressions
"Not to be."
Place the curve towards the front so the lid won't catch the foam. To those that own a Hoyt PowerMax this case WILL NOT FIT your bow. All in All this low cost bow case is well worth the money to protect your bow. Not sturdy enough for air travel as they throw cases around. Holds 16 arrows up to 32 inches as long as the fletches and points aren't massive. I ordered the bolt case and received it within the expected time frame. The only problem I find thus far is the foam on which the bow rests.
Editor's Impressions Of The Plano 1348-51
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Plano 1348-51 Final Thoughts
My new Centerpoint Mercenary Wisper 390 fit with room to spare. The sight and stabilizer fit fine but it's snug. Has shoulder straps like a backpack! I use a Bear Cruzer and it fit perfectly in the case as well. Its a basic case that will do the job it is prescribed for. The Velcro straps are a nice addition and hold the bow very securely. Has two big pockets inside, plus the ones outside.
- Plano 1348-51 Features & Specs
- Includes Plano archery accessory box, nameplate order form
- See through lid
- Foam insert compartments
- Lift out accessory tray with 8-16 adjustable compartments
- Limited lifetime warranty