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quiver question

I don't like a quiver hanging off the front of my x-bow, and I plan to remove it. How am I going to carry my bolts?
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Re: quiver question

i use a hip quiver.holds 6 bolts or arrows.they are probably on clearance sale at wallmart.
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Re: quiver question

Use the quiver to carry the bolts into the woods. When I get into the stand I remove it and hang it from a hook.

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Re: quiver question

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I don't like a quiver hanging off the front of my x-bow, and I plan to remove it. How am I going to carry my bolts?
What brand and model do you have?

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Re: quiver question

We add a hook to the quiver so that you can hang it on the tree. Some models already have the hook installed.

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Re: quiver question

i keep on my bow till i get to my spot and then remove it
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Re: quiver question

This is what I use:

http://www.sportsandrectec.com/arche...sidewinder.asp

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Re: quiver question

Octogon thanks for the link pretty cool quiver and the first set of pics weren't bad either.

I also keep it on the bow until I'm on stand. Most of my stands only have one hook to hang stuff. So I clip it to my back pack after I hang it on the hook.

I've always been crazy, but it keeps me from going insane.
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Re: quiver question

I do alot of "still" hunting and I have always loved hip quivers for all of my bows, including recurve and compound.

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Re: quiver question

I hope to get a recurve or longbow for still hunting this fall. I will definitely have to consider that set up. Do you take that off if you get on stand?

I've always been crazy, but it keeps me from going insane.
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