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Best bow quiver available?

Post by PhillyB » Fri Jan 22, 2010 10:38 pm

Right now l have a Bohning quick release quiver and it doesn't fit as tight as it used to. l can hear it rattle when l release.

l have looked into the Alpine Archery soft lock and it looks like a good unit. l have also seen the Fuse, but that looks kinda like the bohning attachment system and looks like over time it may rattle as well.

Just wanted to see what everyone is using. l want something secure that doesn't rattle. So any thoughts would be great. Thanks
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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by m gardner » Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:25 am

I've got a Quikee Quiver. It's light and quiet. There is a thumbscrew in the center to take the slack out of the quick attach bracket so it doesn't vibrate. I prefer to shoot with it off the bow so I put another bracket on my fanny pack. I made a metal plate slightly larger than the bracket and threaded it for the mounting screws. Made two holes in the pack and put a layer of Shoe Goo on the plate and the bracket. The plate went inside and the bracket went outside and I screwed them together and it's been a great setup ever since. Now I can put the quiver wherever I want.
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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by BOHNTR » Sat Jan 23, 2010 10:18 am

Are you looking for a detachable only? If not, the Fuse or Octane is hard to beat.
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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by PhillyB » Sat Jan 23, 2010 11:44 am

BOHNTR wrote:Are you looking for a detachable only? If not, the Fuse or Octane is hard to beat.
Not necessarily... l want a good stout quiver that mounts to my bow.
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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by BOHNTR » Sat Jan 23, 2010 9:07 pm

Fuse two piece works great on Hoyt and Bowtech bows. Very quiet and dependable.
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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by killerbee » Sun Jan 24, 2010 9:42 pm

i've never been a fan of quik release quivers for that reason, i haven't seen one that doesn't rattle over time.

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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by Nevadahunter » Fri Jan 29, 2010 3:47 pm

I use a Fuse 2 piece and it works great, ( I also have a Hoyt)
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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by PhillyB » Fri Jan 29, 2010 8:10 pm

l have a Hoyt as well... the local shop here is going to set me up. Pretty neat that Hoyt has their own system which is pretty much rattle proof. :thumb
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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by Archeryguru » Sat Jan 30, 2010 12:52 am

IMO the fuse is the best quiver available

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Re: Best bow quiver available?

Post by BowtechAdmiral » Sat Jan 30, 2010 11:35 am

I used the Octane Bantamweight on my Admiral. It was light weight, quiet, and held tight to the bow. I am using the Fuse two peice 4 arrow Satori on my Alphamax and I don't think you could find a better quiver. Solid, quiet, and looks great.
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