Traditional Archery Discussions on the Leatherwall


Quivers for Hunting

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Cedarsavage 21-Dec-21
Nemophilist 21-Dec-21
fdp 21-Dec-21
Nemophilist 21-Dec-21
N Y Yankee 21-Dec-21
Nemophilist 21-Dec-21
Andy Man 21-Dec-21
Onehair 21-Dec-21
Brian waters 21-Dec-21
Babysaph 21-Dec-21
Nemophilist 21-Dec-21
lost run 21-Dec-21
Riverwolf 21-Dec-21
Nemophilist 21-Dec-21
Brian waters 21-Dec-21
lost run 21-Dec-21
Riverwolf 21-Dec-21
Stealth2 21-Dec-21
2 bears 21-Dec-21
the Black Spot 21-Dec-21
Yellah Nocks 21-Dec-21
Smokey 21-Dec-21
Toby 21-Dec-21
grizz 21-Dec-21
Toby 21-Dec-21
Uncle Lijiah 21-Dec-21
A Tag 21-Dec-21
Altitude Sickness 21-Dec-21
Deno 21-Dec-21
arlone 21-Dec-21
Rock 21-Dec-21
Thumper 21-Dec-21
Dave Lay 21-Dec-21
Bryce 21-Dec-21
kaw369 22-Dec-21
danny 22-Dec-21
Cedarsavage 22-Dec-21
Riverwolf 22-Dec-21
Riverwolf 22-Dec-21
Cedarsavage 22-Dec-21
Riverwolf 22-Dec-21
PhantomWolf 22-Dec-21
Red Beastmaster 22-Dec-21
Pdiddly2 22-Dec-21
reddogge 22-Dec-21
nocking point 22-Dec-21
White Falcon 22-Dec-21
Selden Slider 22-Dec-21
Selden Slider 22-Dec-21
Jon Stewart 22-Dec-21
soap creek 22-Dec-21
Snowshoe 23-Dec-21
Pdiddly2 23-Dec-21
two4hooking 23-Dec-21
Bushytail 23-Dec-21
Brian Blackak 23-Dec-21
Riverwolf 23-Dec-21
Old3Toe 23-Dec-21
foxbo 24-Dec-21
Wapiti - - M. S. 26-Dec-21
Yooper-traveler 27-Dec-21
Yooper-traveler 27-Dec-21
2Wild Bill 27-Dec-21
2Wild Bill 27-Dec-21
limbwalker 27-Dec-21
2Wild Bill 27-Dec-21
2Wild Bill 27-Dec-21
RonG 27-Dec-21
Cedarsavage 27-Dec-21
Yooper-traveler 27-Dec-21
Mike E 27-Dec-21
Andy Man 27-Dec-21
Stickshooter 28-Dec-21
cut it out 31-Dec-21
cut it out 31-Dec-21
TGbow 31-Dec-21
JusPassin 31-Dec-21
cut it out 31-Dec-21
Cedarsavage 02-Jan-22
Altitude Sickness 02-Jan-22
Altitude Sickness 02-Jan-22
Bill 02-Jan-22
dnovo 02-Jan-22
Riverwolf 02-Jan-22
Cedarsavage 03-Jan-22
Riverwolf 03-Jan-22
Randog 03-Jan-22
Altitude Sickness 03-Jan-22
Riverwolf 03-Jan-22
Old3Toe 03-Jan-22
HEXX 03-Jan-22
Wudstix 03-Jan-22
Kwikdraw 03-Jan-22
Deno 04-Jan-22
Riverwolf 04-Jan-22
Deno 04-Jan-22
GLF 04-Jan-22
Riverwolf 04-Jan-22
Deno 04-Jan-22
walltent 08-Jan-22
Cotton 08-Jan-22
Nemophilist 11-Jan-22
old fudd 11-Jan-22
Carpdaddy 11-Jan-22
Carpdaddy 11-Jan-22
Lowcountry 12-Jan-22
Lowcountry 12-Jan-22
From: Cedarsavage
Date: 21-Dec-21




What are you guys for quivers when you're hunting? I been using a Selway, it's great. Only downside it gets in the way sitting in my lap in a treestand. Dilemma, very handy still hunting, stalking, traveling to the stand, don't like it sitting in my lap, and twice this season I've been picked off grabbing it off the hook for a shot. Anybody use a plains style, or that side bracket that takes a kwikee? Looking possibly making a pvc tube/plains style, but I have so much crap hanging off me with pack, binos etc...opinions?

From: Nemophilist
Date: 21-Dec-21

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I use a few different quivers. For my vintage Grayling Bear bows I use the vintage single spring arm four and eight arrow Bear quivers. For my other Bear bows I use Kwikee Kwivers, EFA strap-on quiver, Great Northern strap-on quiver, Selway side-mount quiver, Bear Hug quivers, and I also have a hip belt quiver I like.

From: fdp
Date: 21-Dec-21




Depends on personal attributes. When Im sitting in a stand I have an arrow Inn the string, all I am not going to get picked off reaching for an arrow.

I've used bow shivers of all kinds, back quivers, bow quivers, a hip quiver, and a true Plains quiver (you can't make those out if PVC) and they all have positive and negative features, and the best type is subjective.

There isn't a perfect quiver for all conditions in my opinion.

From: Nemophilist
Date: 21-Dec-21

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I also use a Bear Hug quiver I converted into a belt quiver sometimes.

From: N Y Yankee
Date: 21-Dec-21




I've been using a bow quiver of one type or another pretty much all of my career as a bow hunter. I like the maneuverability and control I get with a bow quiver. I use a small quiver and only carry about 4 arrows so were not talking about a lot of weight and if you practice with it, you'll get used to it. I like the great Northern quivers the best. A bit pricey but they are well built and can fit just about any bow.

From: Nemophilist
Date: 21-Dec-21

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One of my favorites is my three arrow Kwikee Kwiver with a vintage Bear Archery hood on it.

From: Andy Man
Date: 21-Dec-21

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bout it for everything

only other would be a Daves Hip quiver for 3-D in very hot weather

From: Onehair
Date: 21-Dec-21




I change weekly but usually end up with a side quiver I made years ago. I'll put on a bow quiver a few times each year but just can't stand them.

From: Brian waters
Date: 21-Dec-21




Riverwolf alpha or a bowmate elite side draw back quiver. Only quivers i repeatedly use, have others i play with but these are the buisness quivers for everyday life. On stand theyre right by my side.

From: Babysaph Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 21-Dec-21




Wow Nemo. Nice collection

From: Nemophilist
Date: 21-Dec-21




Babysaph, After 52 years stuff gets accumulated.

From: lost run
Date: 21-Dec-21




Nemo, did you put the Bear hood on the Kwikee Kwiver so you would have a deeper hood to cover broad heads better.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 21-Dec-21

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..Thank you Brian ;)

Agree, no "one" quiver will do it all best. I just prefer one that "totally" protects my arrows , is tough , light, quiet , hunter friendly , Fast to remove or load.

The tube style I designed does "ALL" that for me ;)

From: Nemophilist
Date: 21-Dec-21




lost run, No. I just wanted a Bear hood on one of my kwikee kwivers since I went to Bear Archery only for the last twenty-one years.

From: Brian waters
Date: 21-Dec-21




Ralph, they also protect the archer. I took a nasty 12 ft tumble once in al while hunting. Arrows and I both were unscathed! Any less a quiver and i beleive id been full of holes.

From: lost run
Date: 21-Dec-21




Thanks Nemo, I was wondering because I was going to use a 3 arrow Kwikee this year but the hood wasn't deep enough to cover my broadheads.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 21-Dec-21




That is also a plus in the design Brian ;)

Thank goodness you were without injury bud , and as mentioned ....arrows are as loaded before the tumble !

Mine quivers might go a few ounces more than some other similar designs. But, none surpass in toughness ...what's that old saying. An Once of protection is worth a pound of cure;)

From: Stealth2 Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member
Date: 21-Dec-21

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100% of the time I use my Schulz back quiver. Rain or I decide to switch and hunt LH, then it's my Catquiver

From: 2 bears
Date: 21-Dec-21




For stand hunting I always use a quick disconnect bow quiver. I practice with & without so if opportunity comes on way to stand I can take it. In the stand I remove and hang on the tree to my right side in case the need for a second arrow arrives. I don't like the extra view of the quiver & arrows moving as I maneuver for a shot. Bright fletchings seem like waving a flag. The one on the bow is hopefully pointed toward the game. The leading edge of feathers is not that visible. Wind also affects me a lot more with a quiver on the bow. A back or side quiver is also removed in the tree, for comfort & less noise. >>>---> Ken

From: the Black Spot
Date: 21-Dec-21




riverwolf quiver

From: Yellah Nocks
Date: 21-Dec-21




I make my own 2 piece for side mount on yhe risers of my sage clones. However, my latest bow sports a Bohning Lynx 4 arrow quiver mounted in the standard two screw mounting position. I really like it. Muuuuch lighter and quieter than my old Kwikees.

From: Smokey
Date: 21-Dec-21




Great Northern on most of my recurves,like the Selway mini as well but not the larger Selway,to heavy!Hill backquivers and homemade with most all my longbows with exception of a few D/R bows.And of course have to have a few vintage Bear quivers and one of the new Selway Bear quivers.

From: Toby
Date: 21-Dec-21

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I made this one from some leather I had and parts from another quiver.

From: grizz
Date: 21-Dec-21

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From: Toby
Date: 21-Dec-21




Thanks Grizz.

From: Uncle Lijiah
Date: 21-Dec-21




I don't like the weight and off-balance feel of a bow quiver (but they are mighty handy). I'd really like to use a back quiver, but I'm not flexible enough to reach back over my shoulder for an arrow. Hip quivers wave the arrows around too much while walking. I settled on the Mini Cat Quiver & all leather Side Stalker II side quiver by Lost Nation. That's what works for me anyway.

From: A Tag
Date: 21-Dec-21

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Sunset Hill unless it’s a overnight back packing hunt then I use a Raptor side quiver.

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 21-Dec-21




RiverWolf, Safarituff, or Catquiver

From: Deno
Date: 21-Dec-21




Hill back quiver

From: arlone Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 21-Dec-21




I use a "Cedar Ridge Leather Works" side quiver by Art Vincent. The "Powder Horn" model.

From: Rock Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 21-Dec-21

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Old Style Bighorn 6 arrow Quiver

From: Thumper Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 21-Dec-21




I've used most all of them.

I even used and liked the back quiver for a while (yes, a good and proper one).

A bow quiver I hated from the get go. What an awkward and clumsy setup. And the fletchings raked over something and made noise all the time.

Catquivers were hard to deal with, and get an arrow back into it with the thing on.

For me, the quiver that worked the best in the most situations is a Safari Tuff Arrowmaster. It holds arrows of different lengths and point types, different diameters, whatever. Just drop them in and go. Takes less movement to get an arrow out than a back quiver, fletchings are covered so they dont rake on things and make racket, plus the feathers stay dry. I can drag it through brush on ground hunts, strap it to a backpack or treestand, and simply drop the strap over the seat on my treestand and it hangs in the perfect position to draw arrows from the top. And the pouch holds enough little junk that I need every time I go out. Just gran the bow and the quiver and hit the door, my flashlight, knife, file, windchecker poofer bottle, drag/hoist rope and spare string and whatever else is already inside.

As close to perfect as you'll find in my opinion.

From: Dave Lay Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 21-Dec-21

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I’m just not a bow quiver guy, I’ve tried several of them but for me I’ve found cat quivers to be my best option. I’ve used several models but have great luck with a mini cat zip tied to a small day pack. Easy access to fully protected arrows and I hang it on a hook beside me for easy access ..

From: Bryce Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 21-Dec-21




Gunshy Archery bow quiver-8 arrow

From: kaw369
Date: 22-Dec-21




I agree with Dave. I have tried several but prefer to have nothing on the bow. I sure find the Mantis that Ron use to sell a great rig for arrows. I have been using that for the past 10 years or so. Can be swung around the body so many ways. Pretty much fits every need.

From: danny
Date: 22-Dec-21




I don’t personally like a bow quiver. I have used a Cat quiver many years. I only tree stand hunt now. Keeps feathers dry. I just hang on tree. Lots of room for arrows in case you want some judo points for squirrels. Mine has 3 pouches .I carry range finder, extra tab, knife, deer call, compass, and nitrite gloves.

From: Cedarsavage
Date: 22-Dec-21




Thanks for the replies guys... Riverwolf do you carry that in front? Is it a pain if you're carrying a pack and stand etc.?

From: Riverwolf
Date: 22-Dec-21

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Mine are designed to be worn across the back , opening down...No flagging , exaggerated movement to remove a arrow or return one. They strap easily and "securely" to portable stands, climbers, backpacks....As mentioned above, you take a fall ..you and the arrows are protected. Not so much with other designs. If worn with a slightly looser fit (shoulder strap adjustment), they easily slip under a arm in "real Heavy" brush if need be.

*If they were inefficient , uncomfortable or cumbersome I nor the many other gents would use them ;^)

From: Riverwolf
Date: 22-Dec-21

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This is a better picture a nice gent shared on the Leatherwall awhile back....showing how a Alpha is worn ;)

From: Cedarsavage
Date: 22-Dec-21




thanks riverwolf

From: Riverwolf
Date: 22-Dec-21




Your welcome Cash ....

From: PhantomWolf
Date: 22-Dec-21

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My back quiver, it just works for me.

From: Red Beastmaster
Date: 22-Dec-21




Bow quiver for hunting. It's just one less thing to deal with. It comes off the day after the season ends.

From: Pdiddly2
Date: 22-Dec-21

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I use bow quivers mostly...Great Northern and Kwikee.

Here is a Great Northern Bolt-On with a Check-Mate. I like GN because they are very light, yet solid, and the two pieces are attached so cannot move off the fades

From: reddogge
Date: 22-Dec-21




Safarituff Arrowmaster. The best quiver I've ever used. Protects the fletching, points, stores stuff in the pocket, easy arrow access with minimum movement, rides nicely on the back.

From: nocking point Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 22-Dec-21




Mostly Asbell side quiver this year,back quiver a few times.

From: White Falcon
Date: 22-Dec-21

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These mostly.

From: Selden Slider
Date: 22-Dec-21

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Over the years I've used a Delta 7 bow quiver for hunting. Never loaded it with 7 arrows though. Four was my limit and 4 fit well and balanced well. These days I prefer a back quiver. I have several but my favorite is one made by a fellow in Mass more than 20 years ago. Unfortunately I don't remember his name. I usually carry 4 broadhead arrows in it. I added a pouch to the front for extra bowstring and wax. It's the quiver on the left in the photo. There's a nice thick piece of shearling on the bottom for broadhead protection. It also keeps the broadheads from rattling and hitting into each other. The shoulder strap is adjustable. All in all a functional and handsome quiver. Frank

From: Selden Slider
Date: 22-Dec-21




Sorry, it's the quiver on the right with the red fletched arrows. Frank

From: Jon Stewart
Date: 22-Dec-21

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Quiver for hunting fish.

From: soap creek
Date: 22-Dec-21




For hunting I like a bow quiver the best. There are many good ones out there. In no particular order, Big Jim's, Great Northern, Eagles flight, Selway they're all good. I like shooting a naked bow the best, but the convenience of the bow quiver is the deciding factor for me. I usually wear a pack while hunting so the back quiver works best for me.

From: Snowshoe
Date: 23-Dec-21




I use one of three. All Riverwolfs..just depends which one I grab..lol All I've used for quite a few years now. Just a all around great design with great attention to detail and fit. Built for abuse which is good if I'm carrying one:^)))

From: Pdiddly2
Date: 23-Dec-21

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Here's a Great Northen strap-on model. FAR more secure than the Thunderhorn or Selway as there is no bracket that can slip...the strap for the GN holds much better.

I wear a pack hunting most of the time so back quivers, Cat quivers and most side quivers are not an option.

From: two4hooking
Date: 23-Dec-21




Hill style quiver for all.

From: Bushytail Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 23-Dec-21




I tried many different styles. I keep going back to the bow quiver.

From: Brian Blackak
Date: 23-Dec-21




I use a hill style backquiver while I practice, but I always have a bow quiver on My bows, and that is what goes hunting with Me.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 23-Dec-21




Different strokes for different folks .....and that is a good thing;)

Owning/trying many is a good thing to get to that point/level of knowledge to "Know" what works best for "you". That is what it's all about , not for a fashion statement , but to find what style fits you best for your pursuits in archery...be that simply targets & 3d or roving-Hunting , a combination of a few or all of these activities.

You may find you need more than one style of quiver. That's OK also;)

...Experience obtains knowledge. Knowledge to be used to help forge wise decisions while making such choices for what's best for "you". Enjoy the journey.......

From: Old3Toe
Date: 23-Dec-21




Hill style backquiver.

From: foxbo
Date: 24-Dec-21

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This one will lay flat across your lap.

From: Wapiti - - M. S. Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 26-Dec-21




I use several selway bolt on G.N.bolt on & strap on quivers. Anyone using gun shy quivers ?

From: Yooper-traveler
Date: 27-Dec-21

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Ottertails on here makes a nice one…. That one is Buffalo.

From: Yooper-traveler
Date: 27-Dec-21

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Topped off with bobcat. Traded a guy on here for it.

From: 2Wild Bill
Date: 27-Dec-21

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I go in to my stand in the dark and never need an arrow till I'm seated and ready. I too found open quivers prone to snagging brush and dropping arrows. This PVC drain grade quiver is just the answer. I mount it to my pack for hoisting up to me and then transfer it to a position where I can easily reach in on my right side and draw another arrow if needed. When on stand I either have the bottom tip of my bow in the top of my left boot or a holster pocket buttoned by my left knee, with an arrow on the string. With my bow cradled in my arms I am always ready. The cap is slotted to mount on the open quiver top and make it easier to remove. It is tethered to the quiver by cord and I recently added a velcro strip on the quiver both below and on the cap. The two velcro strips are used with another piece to lock the cap on.

For 3D and roving I use a plains style quiver worn behind me and draw my arrows as done from a cat quiver.

From: 2Wild Bill
Date: 27-Dec-21

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This was a project I started when covid looked like a temmporary need for isolation. The woven green bands contain bicycle cable sheathing to hold the leather in a open/round shape.

From: limbwalker
Date: 27-Dec-21

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For my needs, the EFA 4-arrow is the best hunting quiver I've used. I've tried quite a few, but this little thing is just the best.

From: 2Wild Bill
Date: 27-Dec-21

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Whoa! That's not even my picture. This should be it.

From: 2Wild Bill
Date: 27-Dec-21

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Here's my holster.

From: RonG
Date: 27-Dec-21




never used a quiver just carried three arras, but for the last 15 years when I could afford a quiver I preferred a Hill quiver, but I still prefer to carry the arras in my right hand with the bow, you can hide better. I stalk all my game and carrying arras is the best.

From: Cedarsavage
Date: 27-Dec-21




Wild Bill, I like the holster and pvc quiver. Might make a pvc quiver and take my bow guiver off after I get back from my western adventures.

Yoopertraveler, that looks like a nice back quiver. Was that turkey here in the UP?

From: Yooper-traveler
Date: 27-Dec-21




Cash yes, as was the doe.

From: Mike E
Date: 27-Dec-21

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My three favorites,, adjustable strap on, side quiver and Sunset Hill,, all have their place and work well, but if I was left with only one it would be the back quiver.

From: Andy Man
Date: 27-Dec-21




Have the same 2 quivers mike

Yeah. The back quiver is my choice

From: Stickshooter Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 28-Dec-21




Depends if your bow has mounting screws for a Kwikee Quiver. If it does then the Kwikee quiver with the bracket caddy tree clip is your best bet not having to carry another side or back quiver. Screw in the tree caddy and clip the kwikee on.

From: cut it out
Date: 31-Dec-21

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Always have used great northern strap on. BUT will be chaseing does this late season with a HH back quiver.

From: cut it out
Date: 31-Dec-21

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This is my normal quiver but just wanna experience the back quiver for funzies :)

From: TGbow
Date: 31-Dec-21




I hunt with a bow quiver mainly out of convenience but I have a Riverwolf quiver I m use to keep my arrows in or if Im hunting with a bow that I dont want to use a bow quiver on. Riverwolf quiver is a great quiver and well made. The Thunderhorn Boa is hard to beat as far as a strap on. Ived used Selway, Eagles Flight, Big Jim, they all good. If I were to want a detachable quiver you cant beat the Kwikeee

From: JusPassin
Date: 31-Dec-21

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My quiver is on my shoulder bag. Has worked very well that way for many years.

From: cut it out
Date: 31-Dec-21




As far as wild bills pic of his bow holster I find my knee hi boots work great for a holster when standing also. Just a cheap hack incase people wanna try it.

From: Cedarsavage
Date: 02-Jan-22




After reading all these…I’m gonna run my selway when I’m out west elk hunting then when I get home I’ll pull that off and use a tube quiver like riverwolfs. I’m gonna make it out of pvc put a strap on it and bungee it to my stand or pack frame and use a sheath for a broadhead so I can hold one next to my bow in case I need a quick shot

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 02-Jan-22

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Date: 02-Jan-22

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From: Bill
Date: 02-Jan-22

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Black Widow Bow Co. quiver, circa 1983.

From: dnovo Professional Bowhunters Society - Qualified Member Compton's Traditional Bowhunters
Date: 02-Jan-22




Yes as mentioned above. When I'm sitting in my stand I slide the lower limb of my longbow down in my rubber boot. Keeps it handy that way. I use a Thunderhorn Small Fry bow quiver .

From: Riverwolf
Date: 02-Jan-22

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......keeping arrows safe-close, and accessible. That's what a Good quiver does. ;)

From: Cedarsavage
Date: 03-Jan-22




Riverwolf, I don't doubt it, but I have to make everything more complicated than it needs to be...lol

From: Riverwolf
Date: 03-Jan-22

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...that wasn't to guide the thought process to conclude any successful quiver design is a simple one. It is not....It's a lot of thought...material..thinking...testing.."TIME". Often great in material cost and field testing time to prove how effecient your design is......Even the best back quivers like ottertails-Hills- etc...all carry those costly test of "TIME" ;) Give them all a go , and see what works best for you and your style........Enjoy the journey!

From: Randog
Date: 03-Jan-22

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Strap-on for hunting.

From: Altitude Sickness
Date: 03-Jan-22




Quivers may be even more of a personal thing than bows. I for one, can not make a bow mounted quiver work for me. And I have tried all of them. And tried more than once over the years. I want them to work because they look good on a bow and seem to belong there. They show off the artful fletching Better. I think they look better than my Catquivers, Arrowmaster or RiverWolf.

But again for me they add more abuse on the shafts, BH and fletching, I like bright feathers so need to cover the fletching anyway with a bag of some sort. And I don’t like how they add noise at the shot and unbalance a well made bow. Again I wish I could make them work. I think they look better.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 03-Jan-22




Jay, I"think" quivers are kinda like the glove/tab thing....in some ways;)

Some can and do jump from quiver to quiver with no issues , some like myself just never have nor will get along with a bow quiver. Yes , I can/have shot with one. The inital "niceness" of having nothing else to carry is just a small part of usage . For me , the negitives outweighed the vast positives . Other styles /options didn't work or were bested by others to some degree. Driving me to build what worked best for me and my style.

Archery/Bowhunting ....Traditional Bowhunting/archery can be vast or narrow in choices . I keep it in the simplisity range for usage , yet some of the materials used aren't as simple as that implies ;)

I do know this.......the more one invest in anything , the stronger the bond...

From: Old3Toe
Date: 03-Jan-22




Bonding with gear, isn’t that the truth! Warm fuzzies of familiarity, memories, successes, and achieving a nirvana of how your gear becomes it’s own system. It all can work but learning how to make it work dependably, reliably, predictably, and efficiently for you… we’ll there’s magic in that.

From: HEXX
Date: 03-Jan-22

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Safari-tuff. I snap it to my haul line, pull it up to my stand and it attaches to the side of my seat climber.

From: Wudstix Professional Bowhunters Society - Associate Member
Date: 03-Jan-22




Great Northern

From: Kwikdraw
Date: 03-Jan-22




Well, tried 'em all and the side mount (screwed down firmly) works best for me. I'm usually in a ground blind or still hunting, so it's the handiest for a second shot. The Thunderhorns are primo and reasonable. I do have a couple of custom matched Thompson Zipper quivers, which are super as well. Usually carry 3 in the quiver and one on the string.

From: Deno
Date: 04-Jan-22

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Awile back I made a narrow more compact version of my Hill quivers.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 04-Jan-22




Great work everyone !

Deno , that is a fine looking Hill style ;)

From: Deno
Date: 04-Jan-22

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Thanks Ralph...Do you like Green?

From: GLF
Date: 04-Jan-22




Bill, you ever want to sell tgf at old bw quiver let me know. Btw, nice MA.

From: Riverwolf
Date: 04-Jan-22




Very Nice work Deno ;)

From: Deno
Date: 04-Jan-22

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Nice quiver Bill

From: walltent
Date: 08-Jan-22




Deno, nice job on the compact Hill quiver. That TANJ patch brought back memories. Al Reader, George louis, Joel Riotto and myself started Traditional Archers of NJ. I designed the patch.

From: Cotton
Date: 08-Jan-22

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I’m not a fan of bow quivers and find back quivers get hung up on brush and branches to much so I made this hip quiver. It has a strip of stainless steel in the backing which adds stiffness and enough weight to make it hang nice. I position it on my belt so the shafts are actually behind me and it works out really well! Cotton

From: Nemophilist
Date: 11-Jan-22

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I just found and bought another vintage Bear Archery quiver for a good price. I had to replace the foam in the hood but besides that it's in really good condition. I like using these quivers on my Grayling Bear bows.

From: old fudd
Date: 11-Jan-22

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What I've used for years>

From: Carpdaddy
Date: 11-Jan-22

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I like removing my quiver while in my stand, so I use a Kwikee. A three arrow converted to hold five, double sided tape holds the mount, and pink of course! Lol

From: Carpdaddy
Date: 11-Jan-22

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Opps, after converting picture...

From: Lowcountry
Date: 12-Jan-22

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Side quiver.

From: Lowcountry
Date: 12-Jan-22




Side quiver.





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