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What do you guys do to store your arrows when they aren't in the quiver?

Years ago, my dad made a rack that was 2 18"x18" boards with holes drilled about 2" ctc and dowel rods between the two boards on the corners. The top board had the holes all the way through and the bottom board or base had them about half just so it kept the arrows straight up and down.

It holds a pile of arrows but he had 3D arrows and hunting arrows for himself, my mom, me and my brother.

I'm going to make my own and was curious if anyone else had made some sort of rack also?
 

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Plastic milk crate
 

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I took a cardboard box and drilled holes in the top of it big enough for the arrows to go thru. I drilled some big so a broadhead will go thru. The key is to find the right size cardboard box. The box I have holds a couple of dozen arrows. It isn't decorative, but very functional. One thing is that it didn't cost me anything.
 

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3 inch PVC pipe cut to length, with a PVC cap on each end. Super glue one cap in place. Leave the other loose. Works great. you can make 2 or 3 from a 6 foot length of PVC pipe.
 

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I have them in the ceiling in the garage. PVC pipe just bilow the studs. It works out because the kids can't reach them. It fou need pics let me know.

Rick
 

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I use a couple of rose florist boxes. They're nice and long; keeps the arrows separated from anything else, and knowing what's in them, I keep the boxes on the top and out of the way. Protecting the boxes, the arrows get protected.

And they didn't cost a penny, after the florist bill was paid.
 
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