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bow quiver

What makes all the difference when it comes to a quiver. I stripped the threads on mine and in the market for a new one. The prices range from 20 to 120. I don't care to shoot with an attached quiver and take it off every time on stand. What are some pros and cons to different models?

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Re: bow quiver

If you want to take it off I'd just buy a cheap one. I used to use Kwikee's when I took my quiver off. I like to shoot with the quiver on now so I use a Tightspot.

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Re: bow quiver

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If you want to take it off I'd just buy a cheap one. I used to use Kwikee's when I took my quiver off. I like to shoot with the quiver on now so I use a Tightspot.
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