tradarcher44 wrote: when you store a bow with the string on it creates unnecessary tension on the limb of the bows and can damage the bow the bow
Traveling on horses with a strung bow has its challenges. I have tried both carrying my takedown in a unstrung bow case, carrying it in a takedown case, and carrying it strung while still handling the horse. Camping restrictions in a Wildlife Management Area which is frequently 4-5 miles from my hunting area almost necessitates some compromise in handling equipment. Arrow protection seems best with a Safari Tuff quiver, but that has its issues as well. But then, this is probably another subject.