I recommend that we consider that we are going to travel with this case and we need to make sure that there is a storage area for all the components so tha twhen we arrive at our destination all we have to do is extend the butt stock, attach the quiver, and add the bolts and go hunting. I think the case should make accomadations and and is have the ability/flexible enought to the following for a HHA with a 50/56mm objective scope lens and area for bolts and broadheads that have no chance of coming in contract with anything except the storage area during transport. Just my 2 cents. The out side of the case should be easy to clean if it was to get muddy/dusty on back of a side by side and must be able to protect the crossbow during transport either by side by side or air transport.
Originally Posted by Len Backus
Any thoughts from anyone as to what dimension assumptions Pelican should make.
For example, scope size, with or without HHA mount, etc.