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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-27-2013, 12:35 AM Thread Starter
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Below is my setup. I have an Archer Extreme Carbon Helix quiver currently thats been giving me some problems with durability and so may be in the market for a new quiver.

Seems the market for quivers is broad, very cheap to very expensive. With quivers protecting my broadheads and protecting me FROM my broadheads I want something where they wont be falling out or becoming exposed.

Not sure I want to spend the big money on a tight spot, but it is a very nice quiver. Anyone have one and thinks its worth the dough?

Also been looking at Alpine Soft Loc, seems like a nice quiver but I see reviews where some folks on Cabelas say their arrows fall out of the quiver and if you dont pay attention the quiver falls off...

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-27-2013, 10:08 AM
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Re: Quiver

I've been using an Alpine Soft Loc for many seasons now and don't see myself changing. I've definitely never had a problem with my arrows coming out of the quiver or the quiver falling off the bow.

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I have 2 Soft Loc 3-arrow quivers and a Soft Loc 5 arrow quiver. Solid set-up, hold arrows tight...never lost an arrow yet or had the quiver come off
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Thanks guys, that's what I'm looking for.

I'm probably going to go with the sof loc in a 3 arrow, I will check out the sales once the season is over.

That tight spot is a real sweet looking quiver, but I just can't seem to talk myself into more than $100 for a quiver. It does however have a lifetime guarantee. ....
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I use a Bohning Cameleaon 5 arrow. Holds my stuff perfect
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