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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-18-2016, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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Im looking for differnt ways of carrying my quiver for my crossbow. I hate how it attaches to my cross bow and carrying it with a sling paralell to the limbs, it just doesnt feel natural and it carries weird. Since iv had my xbow iv had the quiver in my backpack, this comming season im looking to change to change to a Buttpack with shoulder harness, which im worried about loosing the quiver walking in and doing stalks. I know i can mount it horizontal to the limbs with a special mount but i still think its going to carry weird. Im looking for Ideas, maybe there somthing out there im not thinking of. My Cross bow is a wicked ridge warrior.

This year i probally have hunted as much on the move and still hunted than just sitting on the stand. Im looking to change to a buttpack so it quieter sneaking through brush, plus it will be lighter. Again just looking for ideas to not loose arrows while walking around and hunting cover.
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-18-2016, 09:04 PM
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I use the Top Mount from Bohning. It attaches to the scope base and allows the arrows to be parallel to the bow and above the bow. If you shoulder sling or put the bow on a backpack, the arrows are out of the way and won't get caught on brush since they are not sticking out.

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 02-20-2016, 08:57 PM
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Re: Quivers

I put the quiver in my back pack which I have packed in my climber.

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Re: Quivers

i was going to get a munch mount to go on top of my excal but i just added a vendetta and it would be in the road so now thinking about just tossing in a pack also.

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Re: Quivers

Thanks dpms just when i thought i was done shopping for toys for my crossbow. I like that idea and setup. When i shoulder my crossbow my elbow is hitting the arrows in the quiver. Walnut creek doesn't have in stock at this time, but i will be getting me that quiver mount.
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Re: Quivers

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Thanks dpms just when i thought i was done shopping for toys for my crossbow. I like that idea and setup. When i shoulder my crossbow my elbow is hitting the arrows in the quiver. Walnut creek doesn't have in stock at this time, but i will be getting me that quiver mount.
Forum sponsor Arrowhead Outdoors can probably get you one soon as he usually has them in stock, Mike was one of the designers of the Top Mount.

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post #8 of 8 (permalink) Old 03-02-2016, 10:41 PM
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I have lots of those in stock. Give me a call at 814-662-4321

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