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 The invention is a hard transportation case for fully assembled crossbow.
 Crossbow hunting has become more popular and widespread throughout the world. Technology has developed the most precise and advanced state of the art crossbows ever offered on the market. This type of expensive equipment needs a hard case with impeccable protection offered at a reasonable cost. The crossbow hard case can secure the assembled crossbow in place with minimum movement, and secure all necessary equipment accessories.
 Assembled crossbows include all makes and models with quivers and arrows assembled into place. Open sights or scopes can also be mounted on the crossbow. This hard case is a necessity for crossbow hunters and those who shoot crossbows as a recreation. Specific problems may be involved with art of the crossbow hard case. This hard case has a handle that may need repositioned on the case for a specific balance needed to comfortably carry the case. The prior art doesn't illustrate foam padding that will line the interior of the case hull base and the lid cover. The prior art doesn't illustrate the white wool lining of the scope and open sight area in the interior of the lid cover.
 The derived purpose of this hard case is to provide an affordable case with the best protection for all crossbows.
 Another purpose is to store all accessories of the crossbow in the hull base storage boxes.
 Other purposes include straps that secure the crossbow, and a bench rest that supports the crossbow level.
 The crossbow hard case has a lid cover and a hull base that form a diamond shape case when closed together. The lid cover and hull base are hinged along one edge. These hinges allow uniform closing and opening of the case. The tie down straps are secured to the interior surface of the hull base. The crossbow hard case is securely closed with latches.
 In the embodiment, the crossbow hard case is made of a hard durable lightweight plastic material. Straps secure the crossbows limbs, stock, and foot cocking bar in position. The crossbow rests level in the case with the foot cocking bar on the bench rest, and the stock is positioned up right between the storage boxes.
 Illustrated in the drawing