There are very few things that are more useful on my Raptor, than my archery bow carrier
. I spent a pretty penny to get the
ATV that I wanted. I also spent a nice chunk of change to get the bow hunting bow that I wanted. I have always been a firm believer, that you should take care of the things that you buy, so that they will last you a long time. It was only logical for me to get an attachment for my ATV so that I could ensure the safe and secure transfer of my prized possessions to and from my hunting location.
One thing that people who go bow hunting understand is that a bow should be treated like a fragile piece of equipment. It does not matter if the riser is CNC machined aluminum or carbon, you should still take every precaution to ensure that your bow is safe and sound. My preferred method of transport is the use of an archery bow carrier
because it is the most practical for the type of bow hunting that I do. It saves space and allows me to keep all of the bow accessories I use to hunt ready-to-go on my bow. If I had used a bow case, or something else, I would have had to take my accessories off and then put them back on when I got to the location.
When you are looking for an archery bow carrier
you need to be sure of a few things before heading out and purchasing the first one that you see. The first thing that you need to do is make sure that your bow will fit on the carrier. If it does not, then it will serve you no purpose because your equipment will be rattling every which way as you are traversing the land. You also need to make sure that there is at least some
type of molding or padding on the pieces of the holder that will be coming in contact with your equipment. If you do not, you can be sure that you will develop some nice looking nicks from the bow hitting the rails. These are essential if you use an ATV to get to your hunting location. Otherwise, they are just an added luxury. Getting an archery bow carrier was the best thing I could do to save some wear and tear on my body. Check one out today!