Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


bear spring arm quiver

Messages posted to thread:
56 kodiak shooter 14-Sep-18
goldentrout_one 14-Sep-18
Knifeguy 14-Sep-18
56 kodiak shooter 14-Sep-18
56 kodiak shooter 14-Sep-18
Nemophilist 14-Sep-18
KyPhil 14-Sep-18
Smokin Joe 14-Sep-18
Wapiti - - M. S. 15-Sep-18
From: 56 kodiak shooter
Date: 14-Sep-18




for those who use a spring arm quiver, how do you get rid of squeak when you draw-hanks randy

From: goldentrout_one
Date: 14-Sep-18




I've never had a problem with them making noise during the draw - if yours is making noise on the draw, I suspect you have one or both arms locked onto the working part of the limbs. As far as noise during the shot, I have never had any luck keeping them quiet (and trust me, I have two of the bear spring-arm quivers, I've tried, can't get them quiet, although I know others have).

From: Knifeguy
Date: 14-Sep-18




I have one that is deadly quiet and another that sounded like a train coming down the tracks. I tweaked it, put auto vacuum hose on a couple of places, used small wire ties at a couple of rubbing spots, and taped the spring arms to the bow below the fades. This might help some. Lance

From: 56 kodiak shooter
Date: 14-Sep-18




this quiver is on a 64in. Kodiak, I have one quiver that has long arms, it the one making noise, I try one with shoter arms it is find

From: 56 kodiak shooter
Date: 14-Sep-18




this quiver is on a 64in. Kodiak, I have one quiver that has long arms, it the one making noise, I try one with shoter arms it is find

From: Nemophilist
Date: 14-Sep-18

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I use the single spring arm ones and I've never had a problem with them making a noise during drawing. Make sure the spring arm is below the limb fades like Knifeguy said.

From: KyPhil
Date: 14-Sep-18




Ivr never had one that squeaked on the draw and is probably what others have said. Every 4 arrow model i have had is very quiet, 8 arrow not so much unless i work on it.

From: Smokin Joe Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 14-Sep-18




The arm length has a lot to do with noise. The closer the spring arm is to the hood where it crosses over the frame, the quieter it will tend to be.

When the arm is crossing too far down the frame, the hood has a lot of room to vibrate and make noise.

From: Wapiti - - M. S. Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 15-Sep-18




Mine was the 4 arrow quiver,I didn't remember any noise that came from it.





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