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I have become an arrow packrat and need ideas on how to store arrows. Any homemade stuff? Any help is appreciated!
 

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There is a cool arrow storage box in the DIY section.

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These molded black arrow cases (by Plano?) will hold three dozen if you put two arrows on top and fletchings opposite of each other in each foam slot.
 

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Here's mine........:D. I just used some 4" nails, drilled a hole just slightly larger than the nail and used the nails as seperators. It takes up no space to boot.
 

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I have 3 smalll garbage cans full:mg:
 

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I use mine for garbage..........:plain:....see above post #6 to empty your can so to speak.............:pukey:
I would need two walls to do that with. Dont think I could get the ok from the boss to do that. Maybe If I sold 8 or 10 dozen GT that i dont shoot anymore that would work.
 

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I store mine vertically in a handy dandy rack I made.
 

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If you don't have tons of them I use a 4in PVC with 2 end caps. I glue down some foam or rubber to the inside of the end caps to protect the arrows. Simple but effective
 

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I would need two walls to do that with. Dont think I could get the ok from the boss to do that.
Not necessarily. You could use a 2 x 4 (not a mathews grip......:zip:) about 6-8 inches above your longest arrows and make another level.
 

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Arrow cases in the closet.

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Well, I don't have that many arrows, so I just leave them in my quiver and put it in a corner, and the rest I just leave in my bow case.

Frankchugga, that thing is awesome!
 

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I just used some 4" nails, drilled a hole just slightly larger than the nail and used the nails as seperators. It takes up no space to boot.
I have a 25' wall in my basement with open stud bays, if I make it 2 levels high I can rent out arrow storage. LOL

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I used a 2 by 4 and drilled holes into the top like 2" apart straight up and down then between the holes go to the edge and drill holes at like a 30degree angle ...you can do 12 straight up and down and 12 in the angle holes...you can paint it or stain it and attatch to the wall...its easy and cheap..JMO
 

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Well, I don't have that many arrows, so I just leave them in my quiver and put it in a corner, and the rest I just leave in my bow case.

Frankchugga, that thing is awesome!
Thanks.........:thumb:. The wife was getting kind of dicey about all the arrows laying around the house........necessity and fear are the mothers of invention............:chortle:
 
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