Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


Show off your quivers

Messages posted to thread:
Marc W. 02-Apr-08
RickD 02-Apr-08
hunterbob 02-Apr-08
RickD 02-Apr-08
catfishon 02-Apr-08
Silvertip 02-Apr-08
pete 02-Apr-08
silvertip 02-Apr-08
Bear Keeper 02-Apr-08
Woody 02-Apr-08
tom sawyer 02-Apr-08
Wolf Among Dogs 02-Apr-08
bdog 02-Apr-08
bdog 02-Apr-08
MikeO 02-Apr-08
Marc W. 02-Apr-08
heavybows 02-Apr-08
LONGBOWKID15 02-Apr-08
grinnydog 02-Apr-08
NapKing 02-Apr-08
brad88deer 02-Apr-08
brad88deer 02-Apr-08
grinnydog 02-Apr-08
BEAVER_BUG 02-Apr-08
TomPate 02-Apr-08
TomPate 02-Apr-08
TomPate 02-Apr-08
TomPate 02-Apr-08
Plywood Bender 02-Apr-08
Howattman 02-Apr-08
Crossed Arrows 02-Apr-08
stickhunter 03-Apr-08
TomPate 03-Apr-08
Snag 03-Apr-08
Mr. Grumpy 03-Apr-08
Mr. Grumpy 03-Apr-08
hunterbob 03-Apr-08
hunterbob 03-Apr-08
Harmless 03-Apr-08
tomahawk 03-Apr-08
goldwing 03-Apr-08
Wicopi 03-Apr-08
Wicopi 03-Apr-08
Wicopi 03-Apr-08
White Falcon 03-Apr-08
Mr. Grumpy 05-Apr-08
Sunset Hill 06-Apr-08
RickD 06-Apr-08
RickD 06-Apr-08
TheDrof06 30-Apr-08
TheDrof06 30-Apr-08
TheDrof06 30-Apr-08
Gundog 30-Apr-08
adeeden 30-Apr-08
adeeden 30-Apr-08
PaPa Doc 30-Apr-08
RickD 01-May-08
dsturgisjr 01-May-08
RickD 01-May-08
RickD 01-May-08
goldwing 01-May-08
manybows 01-May-08
Zipperin' 01-May-08
huntertrapper 01-May-08
huntertrapper 01-May-08
ela gözlü avci 02-May-08
Mechslasher 02-May-08
Flint Knapper 02-May-08
don in kalifornistan 02-May-08
sentinel 08-May-08
BrianJP 08-May-08
BrianJP 08-May-08
BrianJP 08-May-08
BrianJP 08-May-08
BrianJP 08-May-08
sentinel 08-May-08
TheDrof06 31-May-08
TheDrof06 31-May-08
TheDrof06 31-May-08
jipp 31-May-08
TheDrof06 31-May-08
Apex Predator 31-May-08
Keith361 31-May-08
split finger 31-May-08
split finger 31-May-08
White Falcon 31-May-08
Wood 01-Jun-08
Raymo 01-Jun-08
mooseman 01-Jun-08
Crossed Arrows 01-Jun-08
mooseman 01-Jun-08
Crossed Arrows 01-Jun-08
Crossed Arrows 01-Jun-08
Crossed Arrows 01-Jun-08
sleepyhunter 01-Jun-08
mooseman 01-Jun-08
Ironfist 01-Jun-08
Ironfist 01-Jun-08
Anchorpoint 01-Jun-08
archer 01-Jun-08
THarris 01-Jun-08
EricW 02-Jun-08
EricW 02-Jun-08
Ironfist 03-Jun-08
TheDrof06 03-Jun-08
TheDrof06 03-Jun-08
Sierra 04-Jun-08
shardbard 04-Jun-08
wesome 11-Jun-08
wesome 11-Jun-08
wesome 11-Jun-08
wesome 11-Jun-08
Keystone 11-Jun-08
hunterbob 15-Jan-09
Nala 15-Jan-09
BEAVER_BUG 15-Jan-09
BEAVER_BUG 15-Jan-09
Lonewolf 15-Jan-09
HuffCustomLeather 24-Feb-09
HuffCustomLeather 24-Feb-09
HuffCustomLeather 24-Feb-09
Sub-Zero 24-Feb-09
freaknyellow 24-Feb-09
4FINGER 24-Feb-09
R Reese 24-Feb-09
stagetek 24-Feb-09
irondawg 24-Feb-09
old-training-wheels 24-Feb-09
irondawg 24-Feb-09
Wild Bill 25-Feb-09
Wild Bill 25-Feb-09
Gaur 25-Feb-09
longbowhunter 25-Feb-09
DelSnavely 28-Feb-09
Bustacrook 28-Feb-09
Kodiak Kid 28-Feb-09
Zbone 28-Feb-09
Bugeater 28-Feb-09
Bugeater 01-Mar-09
don in kalifornistan 01-Mar-09
Greywolf 01-Mar-09
Greywolf 01-Mar-09
lostarrow 01-Mar-09
lostarrow 01-Mar-09
StickNString 07-Mar-09
StickNString 07-Mar-09
Riverwolf 07-Mar-09
DelSnavely 07-Mar-09
KY Archer 07-Mar-09
Troy 2 flips 07-Mar-09
manybows 07-Mar-09
daohead 07-Mar-09
fishinguide 09-Mar-09
Greywolf 10-Mar-09
From: Marc W.
Date: 02-Apr-08




I am in the market for a new back quiver and just thought this could give me a few ideas.Marc W.

From: RickD
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Heres a hairy buffalo bqck quiver and kind of matching Plains style quiver I made..

From: hunterbob
Date: 02-Apr-08




check out razorback he makes some great back quivers and a good price also if you look at my thread the first osage bow I have one of his quivers on.if you want to know how to contact him send me a pm.

From: RickD
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: catfishon
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: Silvertip Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: pete
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: silvertip
Date: 02-Apr-08

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quiver w/ gator trim. armguard and stringkeeper to match. made by John Schmidt of JW leathers. ph# 715-835-0611. top notch quality. Silvertip in Ga.

From: Bear Keeper
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: Woody
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Here is one I just got last week, wish I had the talent to do something like that.

From: tom sawyer
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Just made this last week. Roadkill red fox I tanned myself.

From: Wolf Among Dogs
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Heres mine..brain tanned.

From: bdog
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Here's mine,Thanks Colin!Nice quiver Catfishon.

From: bdog
Date: 02-Apr-08




Hey Steve,where's your quiver?

From: MikeO
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: Marc W.
Date: 02-Apr-08




Wow,Keep them coming.Awesome.

From: heavybows
Date: 02-Apr-08

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This is my quiver and arm guards

From: LONGBOWKID15
Date: 02-Apr-08

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neet traditions quiver

From: grinnydog
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: NapKing
Date: 02-Apr-08

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My latest.

From: brad88deer
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Just putting some things together

From: brad88deer
Date: 02-Apr-08

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another pic

From: grinnydog
Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: BEAVER_BUG
Date: 02-Apr-08




That Buffalo quiver is wayyyyyyyyyy cool

DD

From: TomPate
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Date: 02-Apr-08

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Date: 02-Apr-08

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Date: 02-Apr-08

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From: Plywood Bender Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 02-Apr-08

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I made this from a leather bag I made and an old Delta Quiver.

From: Howattman
Date: 02-Apr-08

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Steven Catts "Classic".

Howattman

From: Crossed Arrows
Date: 02-Apr-08




Good thread! Many great examples of personal quivers - a sign of pride in this great sport.

TomPate - those are some beautiful quivers you show! Do you make them? I hate to think of the hours involved, but the end results are wonderful works of art.

From: stickhunter
Date: 03-Apr-08




Great pics! Deereslayer, your looks like it walked right out of Sherwood Forest.

Travis

From: TomPate
Date: 03-Apr-08




Crossed Arrows: I made these about a year ago. All hand stitched and many hours ;0) I've made about a dozen in all with different patterns. I do like the plains style. Thanks for the comments.

From: Snag
Date: 03-Apr-08

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Lined this one with a coyote pelt that a friend killed.

From: Mr. Grumpy
Date: 03-Apr-08

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My first side quiver...mrg.

From: Mr. Grumpy
Date: 03-Apr-08

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My second side quiver...mrg

From: hunterbob
Date: 03-Apr-08

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here is mine .made by art george.he does great work

From: hunterbob
Date: 03-Apr-08

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one more with armguard

From: Harmless
Date: 03-Apr-08

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From: tomahawk
Date: 03-Apr-08




What? No real cat quivers? I know I've seen one! Thinking about making one from the cat that keeps crawling on my truck.

From: goldwing
Date: 03-Apr-08

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I made all of the quivers and armguards in the picture. The ones on the longbows are not mine there Thunderhorn. I got more pictures on my websight. johnsonleathercraft.com Thanks for showing off some great designed quivers on this post. Beautiful work guys keep up the great work. Goldwing Ohio

From: Wicopi
Date: 03-Apr-08

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Robin Hood style S.C.A. tournament dress quiver. All leather including stitching with brass hardware. Embellished with P.S.A.A. gold medals, C.A.A. trivia insignia, chert square stem arrow head, G.N.A.S. medallion and English coat of arms buttons at the flaps.

From: Wicopi
Date: 03-Apr-08

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Robin Hood style S.C.A. quiver as above.

From: Wicopi
Date: 03-Apr-08

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All leather hip quiver with pocket and 3 tubes. Osage orange disc with matching osage mechanical pencil. Jasper turkey tail arrow head. Brass Indian motif medals. Grey, red and flying squirrel tails. This is an example of embellishment to a commercially produced quiver.

From: White Falcon
Date: 03-Apr-08

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From: Mr. Grumpy
Date: 05-Apr-08




ttt How about some more....?

From: Sunset Hill
Date: 06-Apr-08

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some Hill style....

From: RickD
Date: 06-Apr-08

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Heres another I just finished a while ago..

From: RickD
Date: 06-Apr-08

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From: TheDrof06
Date: 30-Apr-08

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new one I just finished

From: TheDrof06
Date: 30-Apr-08

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Date: 30-Apr-08

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From: Gundog
Date: 30-Apr-08

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From: adeeden
Date: 30-Apr-08

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Date: 30-Apr-08

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From: PaPa Doc
Date: 30-Apr-08

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My First tube quiver.

From: RickD
Date: 01-May-08

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Heres a Plains style I did with art work done by Wei

From: dsturgisjr Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 01-May-08
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Arrow Master by Safari Tuff

From: RickD
Date: 01-May-08

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Another revised quiver art work and matching belt buckle by Wei

From: RickD
Date: 01-May-08

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From: goldwing
Date: 01-May-08

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I wanted to build one with a way to load the arrows in the quiver without swinging it around and loading them in the end. With bear hair for a lining and wire to help hold it shape where I cut the bottom out. It has a spring arm loaded holder so you can just lift up to get out the arrows or insert them by pressing down on them to seat them into the quiver. Goldwing Ohio

From: manybows
Date: 01-May-08

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Heres one I made for myself about 8 years ago, not fancy but very functional

From: Zipperin'
Date: 01-May-08

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First plains-style, belt quiver with some bear fur.

Fine work on the 'wall, as always....

Zip'

From: huntertrapper
Date: 01-May-08

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a fox hide quiver i made

From: huntertrapper
Date: 01-May-08

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rawhide quiver i amde of a deer i killed, the fox was one my dad had trapped.

From: ela gözlü avci
Date: 02-May-08

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Turkish style side quiver I made

From: Mechslasher
Date: 02-May-08

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this is my best effort so far.

From: Flint Knapper
Date: 02-May-08




Cool looking coon quiver.

From: don in kalifornistan
Date: 02-May-08




one of mine is just like howattmans...

From: sentinel
Date: 08-May-08

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This one was made by Mr. Alvin Chewiwi in 94

From: BrianJP
Date: 08-May-08

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Date: 08-May-08

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Date: 08-May-08

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Date: 08-May-08

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Date: 08-May-08

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From: sentinel
Date: 08-May-08

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An Art Vincent quiver

From: TheDrof06
Date: 31-May-08

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another that was just finished

From: TheDrof06
Date: 31-May-08

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scrolling oak leaves on the back

From: TheDrof06
Date: 31-May-08

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tourney style hip quiver, my first

From: jipp
Date: 31-May-08




great quivers guys :)

I need to build on this summer.

Chris.

From: TheDrof06
Date: 31-May-08

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little easier to see this way

From: Apex Predator
Date: 31-May-08




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Bamboo with flecthing shield.

From: Keith361
Date: 31-May-08

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Just the way I like it, plain and functional.

Keith

From: split finger
Date: 31-May-08

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Date: 31-May-08

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From: White Falcon
Date: 31-May-08

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From: Wood
Date: 01-Jun-08




I like the HH quivers posted by Sunset Hill, very much. I tryed to PM him with no response. Does any have any contact information for him? Wood

?

From: Raymo
Date: 01-Jun-08

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She not pretty but she works really well...

From: mooseman
Date: 01-Jun-08

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rivercane art.sinew and buckskin 12$ of store bought materials.

From: Crossed Arrows
Date: 01-Jun-08

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Homemade Howard Hill style. Just doing what it does so well.

From: mooseman
Date: 01-Jun-08

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another pic

From: Crossed Arrows
Date: 01-Jun-08

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Here's another view of my HH style, showing how easy it is to slide the bottom of the quiver forward so that I can move through the thick stuff....

From: Crossed Arrows
Date: 01-Jun-08

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.... then just slide it back up in place and I'm ready to go in the open.

From: Crossed Arrows
Date: 01-Jun-08

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When it's formed and fitted properly, it rides with the nock end right where it is quickest to get to for a fast shot and the arrows are held tight enough so that they do not rattle, make noise or fall out if you need to run with it. With practice, you can speedload and shoot every four seconds.

From: sleepyhunter
Date: 01-Jun-08




What a great post, You guys have talent.

From: mooseman
Date: 01-Jun-08

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spooked a deer when arrows rattled in my open over the shoulder quiver so i started thinkin about other designs. feathers down and arrows fixed in place, very quite even crawlin around evergreens. buckskin pouch for spare string and file and or stone.

From: Ironfist
Date: 01-Jun-08

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Date: 01-Jun-08

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From: Anchorpoint
Date: 01-Jun-08

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Simple quiver I use for hunting made from an old compound quiver I bought off Ebay for $2.00. Kind of like the Asbell quiver except he marketed his and I just made my own. Works great for me.

From: archer
Date: 01-Jun-08




You guys have great looking quivers and great ideas. I bought mine from Steven Catts the stalker md. I will post a picture later. Archer

From: THarris
Date: 01-Jun-08




All these quivers are outstanding, no doubt some great craftsmen.

Tom Pate, I'm looking forward to you bringing several of those beautiful quivers to the Howard Hill Southeastern Classic this week.

Terry Harris

From: EricW
Date: 02-Jun-08

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Here's one I put together yesterday from a $7 welding apron. Used an old arrow I bent and couldn't get quite straight.

From: EricW
Date: 02-Jun-08

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Another pic

From: Ironfist
Date: 03-Jun-08

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heres a pic of some quivers I had made a while back most of them are made from old leather coats and bits and pieces. John.

From: TheDrof06
Date: 03-Jun-08

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another kid sized I just finished

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Date: 03-Jun-08

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another

From: Sierra
Date: 04-Jun-08




I knew I shouldn't have dropped leather shop for that class on stocks and commodities! What talent!!!

From: shardbard
Date: 04-Jun-08

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Recently added another strap and some extra leather around the seams. Perfect fit.

From: wesome
Date: 11-Jun-08

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I have finished a few in the last six months or so. First is the one I use stumping. Made from poplar bark.

From: wesome
Date: 11-Jun-08

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This one is made from two 'coon hides

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Date: 11-Jun-08

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and the last are from one of my design. It can be worn on the hip, over the shoulder or as a plains style carry- very adjustable.

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Date: 11-Jun-08

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meant ta say last two pics!

From: Keystone
Date: 11-Jun-08

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From: hunterbob
Date: 15-Jan-09




ttt

From: Nala
Date: 15-Jan-09




LOTSA Beautiful Quivers! Thanks for posting the pics everyone. I really enjoy checking out the fine work done by those participating in the art of TRAD Bows and gear.

Nala

From: BEAVER_BUG
Date: 15-Jan-09

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Does this classic count?

From: BEAVER_BUG
Date: 15-Jan-09

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From: Lonewolf
Date: 15-Jan-09

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Another set by Art Vincent, www.archeryleather.com

Jim...

From: HuffCustomLeather
Date: 24-Feb-09

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A hip quiver I just finished

From: HuffCustomLeather
Date: 24-Feb-09

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backside

From: HuffCustomLeather
Date: 24-Feb-09

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for a buddy who likes Popeye

From: Sub-Zero
Date: 24-Feb-09

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here is the only one I have made so far

From: freaknyellow
Date: 24-Feb-09

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coyote skin over plain back quiver......

From: 4FINGER
Date: 24-Feb-09

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This ones my favorite owned and made by Bob "Jake" Jacobsens...4finger

From: R Reese
Date: 24-Feb-09

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Steven Catts Lakota hunter

From: stagetek
Date: 24-Feb-09




WOW ! Awesome display of talent.

From: irondawg
Date: 24-Feb-09

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here are a few quivers i have made. 1. the first one is my hunting quiver it is a flat style and is x stiched through out. 2. this is a convertible style you can convert from center back to single strap to side mount in minutes depending on your preference. thanks for looking . god bless irondawg(kevin)

From: old-training-wheels
Date: 24-Feb-09

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This is my first ever quiver I built from scratch. it isn't much but it does the job.

From: irondawg
Date: 24-Feb-09

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From: Wild Bill
Date: 25-Feb-09

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For target shooting.

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Date: 25-Feb-09

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For treestand hunting. Made of drain grade pvc.

From: Gaur
Date: 25-Feb-09

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mine I made over the last year. Started as a back quiver but decided to make it a side quiver and then decided it could be both.

From: longbowhunter
Date: 25-Feb-09

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me and my friends @ Baltimore

From: DelSnavely
Date: 28-Feb-09




So how many of you fine leather workers sell the quivers you make? Many of these are absolutely awesome! I would love to have many of them, but I would like one with a lot of character that is unique.

Many of you could make a lot of money on your work.

GREAT JOB ALL!!!

DS

From: Bustacrook Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 28-Feb-09

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Leather, Beaver pelt, and antler.

From: Kodiak Kid
Date: 28-Feb-09

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My gar skin quiver

From: Zbone
Date: 28-Feb-09




Thanx for bringing back to the top.

A lot of great ideas

From: Bugeater
Date: 28-Feb-09

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American Bison hide from Allegheny Archers....

From: Bugeater
Date: 01-Mar-09




There are a bunch of great looking quivers out there. Just thought I'd bring this around one more time in case any body missed it.

From: don in kalifornistan
Date: 01-Mar-09




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here's one i made...

From: Greywolf
Date: 01-Mar-09




From: Greywolf
Date: 01-Mar-09




Well that didn't work

try this http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v310/bows/HNHquiver001.jpg

From: lostarrow
Date: 01-Mar-09

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The only quiver I've made so far. I don't know what to call the one on the left. It holds the limbs in seperate sleeves, and My Morrison ILF riser in the front pocket.

Leo

From: lostarrow
Date: 01-Mar-09




I forgot to say how impressed I am with all the Leather workers on here.

Leo

From: StickNString
Date: 07-Mar-09

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Well I'll try this again. I'm having problems downloading photos. This is a quiver I made a few years back and I use it for practice and 3d shoots.

From: StickNString
Date: 07-Mar-09

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Another pic.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 07-Mar-09

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.......twist on a quiver posted by Mr. Stout .....Thank you again Sir !!........Special quiver for many reasons .....

From: DelSnavely
Date: 07-Mar-09

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I just got this one in an excellent trade with longboar here on the wall. It's exactly what I was looking for.

Pic is one he sent me. Saved me time taking pics...lol

Thanks again longboar! DS

From: KY Archer
Date: 07-Mar-09

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My first attempt. Made these for my boys couple years ago, nothing fancy but functional. KYArcher

From: Troy 2 flips
Date: 07-Mar-09




Raymo.

Hope you used a stringer ;)

From: manybows
Date: 07-Mar-09

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This classic Hill style backquiver has became my favorite.

From: daohead
Date: 07-Mar-09

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I just learned leather working so I could make my own back quiver. I guess most people start with a wallet, I started with a quiver. Getting into traditional archery has given me a ton of new skills... made flemish and endless loop jigs... and then my own strings, made my own woodies, made my own fletches from turkey feathers, and after the quiver i made new bow grips, string keepers, tip protectors. Thanks for looking.

Tony

From: fishinguide
Date: 09-Mar-09

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My "go to" hunting quiver.

A Ron Laclair Shrew Mantis

From: Greywolf
Date: 10-Mar-09




When using photobucket how do you post a picture? I hate computers. The img thing didn't work, nor the Hyperlink thing either.





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