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#3297203 - 07/20/13 11:22 PM Bow Carrying Sling
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I'm looking for a sling to carry my bow across my back. I'll be using a bike some to get to where I'm bowhunting and wondering if anyone has used one that'll work.
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#3297212 - 07/20/13 11:37 PM Re: Bow Carrying Sling [Re: bbuck14]
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You wearing a backpack and/or climber? I have some experience biking and bowhunting. I wear a backpack and had to modify a sling to get it to work across my back and over my pack.
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#3297217 - 07/20/13 11:42 PM Re: Bow Carrying Sling [Re: Poser]
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Neither one. I'll have a stand to go to. I just need a way to carry my bow so I can keep both hands on the handlebars.
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#3297287 - 07/21/13 07:05 AM Re: Bow Carrying Sling [Re: bbuck14]
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Are you looking for something like this?

Primos Bow Sling
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#3297372 - 07/21/13 08:58 AM Re: Bow Carrying Sling [Re: JC5810]
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I don't know. I've seen them but none show the bow being carried across your back. All of them that I've seen shows the bow being carried over your shoulder hanging to the side. The Primo's sling may work fine but I hate to buy one and find out I can't comfortably carry the bow across my back.
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#3297407 - 07/21/13 09:23 AM Re: Bow Carrying Sling [Re: bbuck14]
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I just checked Bass Pro and RedHead has a primal bow pack (backpack/bow-gun carrier) for $90. Don't know if you was wanting to spend that much but backpacks like that would probably be the safest way to carry one on a bike . Good Luck
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#3297483 - 07/21/13 10:41 AM Re: Bow Carrying Sling [Re: DKO77]
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DK077 your probably right about it being the safest way to carry it but yeah I was hoping I could find something a lot cheaper and simpler. Thanks
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#3297643 - 07/21/13 01:34 PM Re: Bow Carrying Sling [Re: bbuck14]
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Bowriter has a simple method that I use. Can't explain it that well and would have to post a pic but I don't have one at the moment. It's very simple and I've used it on a bike more than once.
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