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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-29-2013, 06:35 PM Thread Starter
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Quiver /sling

I posted question on big game forum but maybe should have posted here. When horse back hunting for elk how do you carry and protect you bow and arrows? I've used a Primos bow sling but it really doesn't protect anything. Sites constantly being banged and caught on branches, same with arrow fetching. I lost a full quiver of arrows riding back to camp at night. Horses thing if they can clear an obstacle all is good but that drags us thru brush, pine trees, branches and tree trunks. Anyone with suggestion? Thank
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 09-29-2013, 07:09 PM
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Re: Quiver /sling

You might try a bow scabbard they do provide protection and cover for both the bow and mounted quiver. mounts the same as a rifle scabbard , a little bulky and are slow to retrieve your bow but do provide protection for your equipment.

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May also look into a Bowbat by GamePlan Gear

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Re: Quiver /sling

Thanks guys. I just saw the Bowbat on EBAY today while searching. Maybe a good idea but I guess it has to be as big as it is. Outfitter said they had too many problems with the scabbards so they stopped using them. I'll do more research on both as I am done horseback hunting this year.

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