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    I love my Hex7.2 limbs, but carrying them around has been less safe due to the fact that they do not fit inside my Hoyt Traditional takedown bag. How do other owners deal with this problem?

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    I have border limbs and a safari-tuff bag. I put the limbs in their border sleeves and then in the bag. The hooks stick out the top. It's never been a problem.
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    I use a normal rucksack instead of an archery rucksack. Fits everything.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timid Toad View Post
    I use a normal rucksack instead of an archery rucksack. Fits everything.
    So no solid case and custom-cut foam then. I thought that would be too clunky. I'm sliding mine, with the cover on, into the takedown bag after closing it leaving the hooks outside. But a rucksack may be the simplest solution.

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    Nah, just use the covers the limbs riser etc came in. Made covers for my stabilisers (or you can buy them), arrow tube strapped to the side or it would fit inside if needed. Then I can also get my quiver (with bracer, stringer, tab, hat, specs, sling tucked inside), tripod, scope, spare clothes, lunch blah deblah the whole shooting match in there.
    The advantage with a proper rucksack is that it has an adjustable back length, proper waist strap and better shoulder straps than an archery rucksack.
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