To maximize the benefits of their latest size of MIL-STD Injection Molded Watertight cases, SKB has developed new interiors for the newest 3i Series case, the 3i-5014-PL to accommodate longer bow setups.
The iSeries 5014 Target / Long Bow Case has four (4) SKB patented trigger latches, four reinforced padlock locations, cushioned snap down handles on three (3) sides and recessed, in-line skate style wheels, to ensure that transporting your gear around the world is both worry and trouble free. The interior of the iSeries 5014 Target / Long Bow Case features a custom foam insert and repositionable tie-downs for secure fit and cushioning of your gear. New state of the art water-jet cut foam arrow system that holds up to a dozen arrows is included.
The iSeries 5014 Target / Long Bow Case case has a uni-body design, which eliminates the need for excessive metal reinforcing hardware found on traditional flight cases.
SKB iSeries injection-molded waterproof cases are constructed of ultra-high-strength polypropylene copolymer resin and feature a gasketed, waterproof and dustproof, submersible design (IP67) that is resistant to corrosion and impact damage. The molded-in hinge with stainless steel hinge pins, patented "trigger release" latch system, comfortable, snap-down rubber over-molded cushion grip handles, secure stacking, and automatic ambient pressure equalization valve (MIL-STD-648C) all contribute to its military grade design.
The iSeries 5014 Target / Long Bow Case is covered by SKB's unsurpassed Lifetime Warranty and the $1500 Content Coverage if your gear is damaged by an airline.
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Posted by Unknown on 5th Jan 2016
The case is structurally quite strong and holds the bow stable during transport including a recent plane trip from coast to coast. I have a bow for competition and there is no space for stabilizer bars in the case. This should be an option for a large case which would typically holds a competition bow. The latches are supposed to switch out for TSA approved latches but that isn't as easy a task as one might think. Why not make it an option so you don't have to fiddle around pounding out the stem that the latch mounts on to place TSA locks?