Browning Crossbows Introduces the Browning TPS Crossbow Travel Case

To protect the new line of ZeroSeven Browning Crossbows or most other crossbows on the market, Browning Crossbows has introduced the Browning TPS (Total Protection System) Crossbow Travel Case. The case will be sold separately or is included with a purchase of the OneSixTwo Browning Crossbow.

The Browning TPS Crossbow Case was designed for protection, easy transport and is approved for use on airplanes. The case features a hard plastic outer shell with three heavy-duty latches. The case has padlock hasps for added security and three locations for use of many types of locks.

BrowningCrossbowsCaseThe balanced carry handles allow for easy transport of the loaded case. The Browning Travel Crossbow Case can stand on its side for easier storage in the off-season or in hunting camp.

Foam padding on the inside of the case helps protect crossbows and interior lashing straps safely secure the bows into place. The bottom of the case features a special section for storing a quiver.

The Browning TPS Crossbow Case has an MSRP of $99.99.

Product Specifications

  • Hard Outer Shell
  • Three Heavy-Duty Latches
  • Three Lock Locations
  • Balanced Carry Handle
  • Stands on Side for Easy Storage
  • Padlock Hasps
  • Quiver Storage in base of case
  • Lashing Straps to Secure Crossbow in Case
  • Foam Padding for Crossbow Protection
  • Fits Most Crossbows on the Market
  • Exterior 41.22” x 27” x 12.25”
  • Interior 39” x 24.5 x 12”
  • Included with the purchase of the OneSixTwo Browning Crossbow
  • MSRP $99.99

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