Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


3d quivers?

Messages posted to thread:
Boker 17-Jan-22
Deno 17-Jan-22
Deno 17-Jan-22
Deno 17-Jan-22
Geezer 17-Jan-22
SB 17-Jan-22
Nemophilist 17-Jan-22
hawkeye in PA 17-Jan-22
DanaC 17-Jan-22
Altitude Sickness 17-Jan-22
Randog 17-Jan-22
mahantango 17-Jan-22
M60gunner 17-Jan-22
Boker 17-Jan-22
Buglmin 17-Jan-22
iowacedarshooter 17-Jan-22
Brian waters 17-Jan-22
GUTPILEPA 17-Jan-22
reddogge 17-Jan-22
Altitude Sickness 17-Jan-22
reddogge 17-Jan-22
Deno 17-Jan-22
sagebrush 17-Jan-22
sagebrush 17-Jan-22
YamahaYG68 17-Jan-22
jdbbowhunter 17-Jan-22
Altitude Sickness 17-Jan-22
monkeyball 17-Jan-22
From: Boker
Date: 17-Jan-22




Other than bow mounted quivers

What type of quiver do y’all like for 3d?

looking for one that is capable of carrying water, snacks and tools for extended periods out on the range.

From: Deno
Date: 17-Jan-22

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Back quiver and shoulder bag.

From: Deno
Date: 17-Jan-22




From: Deno
Date: 17-Jan-22




David My shoulder bag fits 2 bottles of water, lunch, snacks, and several other items easily and doesn't get in the way of my back quiver. Easy to reach in and grab something without removing my quiver.

Not sure what kind of quiver will carry all the things you listed plus arrows in one package for 3D.

From: Geezer
Date: 17-Jan-22




Any back quiver, but preferably one with the extra strap to keep the quiver snug without sagging. This extra strap is not as traditional as the simple single strap, but the nudge with the bow is not necessary with that additional strap. JMO, but I thing a sagging back quiver looks bad, and lots of other shooters will see it at a 3D.

That said, many 3D competitors use the opportunity to mimic hunting conditions so they use the quiver they use for hunting, even bow quivers. Others are focused on a high score, so they use what help them shoot their very best. I just like back quiver for all archery endeavors.

From: SB
Date: 17-Jan-22




Yep....back quiver!

From: Nemophilist
Date: 17-Jan-22

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My 3D quiver.

From: hawkeye in PA
Date: 17-Jan-22




Pocket quiver, belt water bottle holder and cargo pocket pants.

From: DanaC
Date: 17-Jan-22




You could get a shooting chair with arrow tubes built in -

https://lancasterarchery.com/products/x-spot-steel-shooting-chair-with-arrow-tubes

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 17-Jan-22

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This or a black nylon one like Nemo’s

From: Randog
Date: 17-Jan-22




Jay, nice quiver.

From: mahantango
Date: 17-Jan-22




Very often just a pocket quiver with four arrows, especially in hot weather. Never really felt the need to carry food on a 3d course - maybe a bottle of water stuffed in a cargo pocket.

From: M60gunner
Date: 17-Jan-22




Hip quiver with pouch for spare nocks, points, and arrow puller. Water bottle in carrier on my belt. I travel as lite as possible. I am amazed at people carrying packs, chairs, coolers. It’s a shoot not a camping party.

From: Boker
Date: 17-Jan-22




I should have added that I plan to shoot the total archery challenge in Tennessee this year. He says the Courses can take 4 to 6 hrs to complete.

The walking is pretty challenging in itself from what I gather. Definitely need to go lite but at same time have everything you might need because you ain’t just running back to the truck to get it once you are out there.

From: Buglmin
Date: 17-Jan-22




I use an old Neet hip quiver attached to a small fanny pack that holds water, extra string and stringer, serving and allen wrenches that fit my bow and a small leatherman. The fanny pack is small, has the water bottle in the center with two pouches on either side. It's small and does a perfect job.

From: iowacedarshooter
Date: 17-Jan-22




well i've seen guys carrying a big back pack on 3-d courses, never could figure that one out! lol of course maybe they were doing it for exercise? most of the shoots i've been to have a snack and water station about 1/2 way thru. really all i need is my arrows ,bow, and shooting tab and of course my clothes on my back.

From: Brian waters
Date: 17-Jan-22




My bowmate elite side draw quiver. The accessory pocket holds everything i need.

From: GUTPILEPA
Date: 17-Jan-22




Yep I use the same one as NEMO

From: reddogge
Date: 17-Jan-22

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This Cedar Ridge Roving quiver carries tools and the belt carries a folding knife, water bottle holder, towel or wool arrow cleaner. It works great.

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 17-Jan-22




Well the total archery challenge is a whole different topic than a generic 3D shoot. Especially where some of them are held.

If In the mountains. A water bladder like a camel back would be good, some lightweight energy bars or snacks aren't a bad idea. Small back pack that doesn’t impede shooting.

From: reddogge
Date: 17-Jan-22

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I also noticed an old bow hanger on the belt. These are the tools I carry in it.

From: Deno
Date: 17-Jan-22




Glad you added that post

The TAC is a whole other event than just a 3D shoot.

https://totalarcherychallenge.com/

From: sagebrush
Date: 17-Jan-22

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Made this one this morning

From: sagebrush
Date: 17-Jan-22

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Another one

From: YamahaYG68
Date: 17-Jan-22

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I really like my Vista Hombre field quiver.

Its light and durable, the picture has the main features identified.

Only down side is that my cousin and his buddies have more traditional outfits without a lot of pockets and I get volunteered to carry the scorecards ;)

From: jdbbowhunter
Date: 17-Jan-22




Nice Quivers Sagebrush.

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 17-Jan-22




Very nice Jeff

From: monkeyball
Date: 17-Jan-22




I like to use a belt quiver most of the time, but sometimes I wear a side quiver.

The belt quiver comes in handy for carrying other stuff that is sometimes needed out on the course.

Good Shooting->->->->Craig





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