GamePlan Gear Crossover Utility PackItem Number: 13085495
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The GamePlan Gear« Crossover Utility Pack is versatile enough to transport a crossbow, gun or even a bow. The pack features maximum storage organizer options for any accessory that you carry with your bow. It also has an adjustable drop pocket that can hold a gun stock, crossbow or bow cam and the set-up works well for treestands, turkey hunting or muzzleloading. The pack is adjustable enough to fit up to a 52" waist.
- Maximum storage organizer options for any accessory that you carry with your bow
- Durable straps
- Adjustable drop pocket can hold a gun stock, crossbow or bow cam
- Adjustable to fit up to a 52" waist
- Model: STBK-AP2
- GamePlan Gear
Country Of Origin: China
Rated 2.5 out of 5áby 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5áby vduggins Nice Crossbow Pack I have tried several different bows and the only problem I had was with a reverse compound limbs on a crossbow. They are just too wide. However all other bows where fine. I tested a Darton Serpent, Excaliber 380, and a PSE crossbow. It works great with plenty of storage. Make sure you mount the bow with the scope facing out. September 17, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5áby Unhappy! It doesn't fit all crossbows I reached this company and the product before my purchase and like the quality of their products therefore I give the overall quality of the bag a 10. The quality material, zippers and webbing seem to be very durable. My issue is they say fits most crossbows. I have a Darton crossbow with a scope (same style and size as most crossbows on the market today) and it doesn't fit. I have the stock cradle pulled tight to the bottom of the bag and the bag sides won't close because of bow limbs and string and the strap that wraps around the rail and stock is not long enough. I'm 5'-6", athletic build with a 23" waist and the padded part of the waist strap hardly covers the hip area. When I force the sides below the bow limbs and string (to try and make it work) the closure straps are in the wrong location. The top one is too low and would bend the piece of metal the holds the bolt to the bow rail and the bottom one is too high and places stress on the scope mounts, either way they are too close together. Something you would think the R&D department would have caught! November 30, 2012
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