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#2822964 - 05/06/12 11:32 PM Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions
OCLhunter90
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For those that have been hunting with a traditional bow, which type of quiver do you prefer? in general? for hunting?

Do you make your own quivers?

I am trying to decide if I should purchase a quiver that attaches to my bow..it seems to me to be the most convenient for hunting.

This will be my first season in the woods with a traditional bow so opinions and experiences would be great. Thanks
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#2823285 - 05/07/12 12:09 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: OCLhunter90]
Phil Floyd
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I use both a bow mounted quiver and one that I carry on a strap by my side. It is made from an old compound quiver. Personally, I prefer a bow mounted quiver. They are handier and go through brush easier. It is just a personal choice. They all work.
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#2823729 - 05/07/12 09:28 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: Phil Floyd]
OCLhunter90
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I am leaning towards a bow mounted quiver as well. Thanks for the input.
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#2824368 - 05/08/12 07:06 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: OCLhunter90]
sagebrush
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a two piece slide on or strap on
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#2826190 - 05/10/12 10:46 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: ]
OCLhunter90
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 Originally Posted By: HatchieLuvr
I've gotta Kwikee Kwik 3 (looks just like regular Kwikee but is sized and holds only 3 shafts) Not even sure if they still make them? I always liked Kwikees for their ruggedness and quick detach (I just always insist on removing while in the stand/blind)


I notice on the Kwikee website they have a three piece type quiver that says "for recurves," but they kwikee kwik 3 looks like a normal quiver. It still attaches to your recurve fine?
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#2831451 - 05/17/12 04:30 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: ]
Polecat
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I have a two piece Selway that slides on over the limbs.
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#2834705 - 05/21/12 08:55 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: Polecat]
FOX FIRE
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I built a back quiver a couple years ago, fun to do it was but a "store bought" one would've been better look'n,I didnt have a pattern so just made it up as I went.

What I discovered is I dont care for a back quiver, its kind of unhandy to reach around for arrows, plus when I bend over sometimes all the arrows fall out.

I like a mounted quiver but I dont shoot as good (Like I actually have shooting skills ) for some reason, even if shooting with my compound, mite throw it off kilter somehow.
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#2836515 - 05/24/12 06:57 AM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: FOX FIRE]
eddie c
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I like side quivers. even in my compound days. I use a homemade tube quiver now.
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#2836985 - 05/24/12 05:37 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: eddie c]
Hogbear
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I like the GFA style quivers like Phil mentioned. They're pretty easy to make, just a compound quiver with a strap attached somehow and they're easy to strap onto a tree if you're up in a stand. http://gfredasbell.com/hunter_image_quivers.php

Rod Jenkins' Safari Tuff looks awesome if you have tons of money lying around.

http://safarituff.com/arrowmaster.html

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#2837908 - 05/25/12 10:10 PM Re: Recurve Hunting Quiver suggestions/Opinions [Re: eddie c]
FOX FIRE
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Matter of fact I was think'n about make'n me a side quiver myself, ther a guy who sells different kinds of leather at the local flea market, mite need to give him a visit soon.
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