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i also have the 4114A double case. here is my review. the thing is a tank..by tank i mean heavy. you put a couple of bows in it and stuff it full of camo and gear..you better weigh it at home. i have gotten awful close to the Southwest airline 50lb limit. my best load was my bow and a over/under shotgun. SKB keys are weak. i recently bent a key into the lock and broke the thing. my bow was inside!! i just used my hands, pulled on the lock and it snapped apart sending random springs and black plastic bits scattering all over my living room. so dont fool yourself, the locks are meant to keep out honest folk. i called SKB and i could hear the lady practically boxing up new locks and keys to send to me. it was a easy change out. (the locks are held on by two tiny screws)..i have never had any gear knocked out of adjustment. the thing really protects my bow. i always pack my camo gear around the bowsight. just in case. the wheels on the back help motoring thru a crowded airport. oh, the company sent the locks for free. both my brothers and my bowcase have gotten slightly bent out of shape at the hinges. things dont line up perfectly anymore. you have to align the locks up physically to get them to snap down. not a big problem. we probably bent something over stuffing them. the double case is the perfect SKB case. you wont need to buy a new case if you switch bows. and i like the big space around the bow. the guys that get the close fit? IMHO are endangering the bows. if the guys beat on the case loading it onto a plane, the bow inside can act like a "Brace"..no thanks. i like the pillow of airspace for protection. i wanted a lakewood case bad. but i couldnt find one. i wanted a black one. a camo bow case makes little sense to me. draws too much attention, and...well, i am not hunting with the case and could care less if my target animal can see it or not.
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