Favorite quiver?

Discussion in 'Archery Equipment' started by Monster01, Nov 7, 2017.

  1. Monster01

    Monster01 8 pointer

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    I've spent a fortune on quivers and can't get satisfied which quiver do u have good experince with thanks in advance.
     
  2. bondhu

    bondhu 12 pointer

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    3 arrow Alpine
     
  3. Buford

    Buford 12 pointer

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    X2 on the alpine. If Im feeling EXTRA grouchy I tape an arrow in the empty hole on the frame and put an extra broadhead in a scription bottle in my pocket.
     
  4. 1wildcatfan

    1wildcatfan 12 pointer

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    out west hunting pretty open terrain, I use a Black Widow hip quiver. hunting locally while sitting in a tree, I use a bow mounted cheapo cause I take it off the bow as soon as I get settled and hang it on a hook.
     
  5. Monster01

    Monster01 8 pointer

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    I can't do that i might to get another shot . and hunt from the ground alot . and I nock my quiver out of the tree everytime i take it off.
     
  6. Swampy207

    Swampy207 6 pointer

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    Tree-limb is a great option. When I was shooting an Elite or a Hoyt that was my go to.
     
  7. KYH5N1

    KYH5N1 10 pointer

    Whatever you get, look for one that is quiet first and foremost. Especially if you'll be shooting with it on your bow. Secondly, I prefer one that is adjustable, meaning you can center it ata. That said, I'm currently using a Fuse.
     
  8. Southpaw

    Southpaw 10 pointer

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    I have a tightspot on my bow right now. I like it ok but i gotta admit i had a Alpine on my Ally an I like it as much. An a helluva lot cheaper.
     
  9. Monster01

    Monster01 8 pointer

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    That's interesting I used to shoot alpine they sold me my first bow and I had it decked out with alpine gear .
    Having said that I don't remember the quiver in gonna look at that.
    And really glad to hear a real person talk about the tightspot since they are a bit of an investment.
     
  10. BowOnly

    BowOnly 8 pointer

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    If you want the ability to take it off, tightspot. I've used one for the last 8 seasons or so and been very pleased.

    If you never remove it what about a bow mounted 2 piece quiver? They're usually the sturdiest.
     
  11. Southpaw

    Southpaw 10 pointer

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    Tightspots are great if you leave quiver on. Very solid an great people to deal with. I take mine off nowadays and it was expensive just to hang in the tree. My Alpine was solid and quiet. Not bad at all. Treelimb also is a incredible quiver. Very solid. Good luck. Pat
     
  12. flyingnectar

    flyingnectar Spike

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    Few years ago I bought a G5 quiver that detaches from my bow to a manget screw in tree mount love it
     
  13. slicked-it

    slicked-it 8 pointer

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    This probably won't help as it's brand specific, but if you shoot a Mathews, the T5 is by far the best quiver I've ever owned. Really neat design that allows you to take it off and on without any loosening or tightening. Since I now shoot a Hoyt, the T5 isn't an option but I thought I'd throw it out there in case you are shooting a Mathews.

    Good luck!!
     
  14. turkeyhunter91

    turkeyhunter91 10 pointer

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    I have used the cheaper treelimb and I liked them. On my elite I have a trophy Ridge lite 1, it's the 1 with the lights in the hood, I really didn't think I would use the lights when I first got it but when walking in or out in the dark that's all I use. I have a sling that i put on my bow and the light shines just right and leaves my hands free.
     
  15. Jacobhwrd

    Jacobhwrd 6 pointer

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    Im changing sights and quiver/stabilizer this year. I am going with Option Archery Quivilizer and and Option 4 sight. I have been looking for a sight like that for years and stumbled on it when I saw the quiver/stabilizer that Adam Greentree was using and found the sights. Im sold on both now.
     

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