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Suggested DIY Multiple Bow Rack or Hanging System

woodsdog2

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You old fellers with a lot of stuff or even younger enterprising types, I'm redoing how I store / hang my bows, any suggested DIY ideas that doesn't involve a lot of expense or fancy carpentry work?
 

TNbowhunter

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My dad has always used rubber-wrapped hooks you can find at any hardware store (kinda J-shaped) screwed into the rafters in the basement. I use one screwed into the stud behind my garage dry wall for my bow. Not elegant, but effective.
 

woodsdog2

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Whatever u have been doing is working pretty good. All ur used bows look to be in really good condition....I know the 1 I got from u is
Thanks, yeah I pretty much treat my stuff pretty carefully. I currently store most of them horizontally on one rack I made and another I bought but wanted to do something different and hang them vertically.
 

woodsdog2

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Whatever u have been doing is working pretty good. All ur used bows look to be in really good condition....I know the 1 I got from u is
I think you oughta buy the Matthews Legacy I have on the classifieds then for a backup bow. :p Only problem is back in those days they had dedicated modules and I know your DL is 29". I'm sure there are modules to be found somewhere though.
 

Weldabeast

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I think you oughta buy the Matthews Legacy I have on the classifieds then for a backup bow. :p Only problem is back in those days they had dedicated modules and I know your DL is 29". I'm sure there are modules to be found somewhere though.
Will it catch bunches and bunches of deer?
 

Coathanger15

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This one was pretty straight forward with minimal materials/carpentry skill. Have since filled it with too many bows in my search for a set up that works for me. Total time was 1 1/2 hour with materials I had around the house. Screenshot_20210725-192330_Gallery.jpg
 
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