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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 10-08-2014, 09:23 PM Thread Starter
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Quiver attachment

Those of you who use a HHA sight on your bow....Are you using a quiver with a single center attachment? If so how are you attaching it. I have been using an old 70's Martin quivery with top and bottom attachments on my Mathews switch back and would like to go to a single attachment releasable quiver. I would like to avoid using much extension which palaces my quiver some distance from the bow creating a balancing issue. Suggestions?

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Re: Quiver attachment

You have no choice but to either make spacers from tubing or if you call HHA they will send you the spacers and the longer screws needed to clear the slider on the sight

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Re: Quiver attachment

I just wanted to add that the spacers are 5/8 inch long if you have the HHa slider and the ones that come with the sight just look like roll pins big enough for a 10-32 screw to go thru.

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Re: Quiver attachment

i have a g5 magnetic quiver w/ an hha. The quiver came with small spacers to clear the sight.
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Re: Quiver attachment

i don't have a hha single pin but did need a spacer for my kwikee. i made one out of a old rubber truck bed mat. very thick. cut to size and pre-drilled holes for screws and it clears everything.

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Re: Quiver attachment

I got some round plastic spacers if you want to try them. Let me know.

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Re: Quiver attachment

I have an HHA sight and Bohning makes a four-arrow quiver I really like. I fasten the quiver bracket to the bow with a "spacer" consisting of 5 ea. 10-32 nuts drilled out. That way the quiver holder just clears the HHA and it lies nice and flat, close to the bow. The other thing I like about the Bohning is that it holds your arrows at two attachment points rather than a foam-filled hood which gets chopped up and dulls your broadheads removing and installing them.
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