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Packing clothes in the gun/bow case

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    Hello,

    Packing for first trip.

    Wondering if it is a good idea to pack clothes in the gun/bow case?

    Thank you

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    Nothing wrong with putting it in the bow case. It's less likely to be opened.
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    my bow case is my suitcase every time i travel, l take my range finder and binos ,camera, gps and accessories in my walk on bag which is my hunting pack .
    can any one tell me if i will get away with put ammo in my wifes suut case , it will be declared properly and tagged in a locked case . its what i done to go to canada last year ,will it work in south africa?

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    Do it all the time bring my case up to 47.5 to 48.5 pounds
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    I am going to fill my bow case totally full this year.

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    It's a good idea to pack clothing in your bow case. My wife and I always put 1 set of our hunting clothes in the bow case and 1 or 2 in our main bag. Just in case they lose one or the other, you are not without some clothes to wear.

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