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Anyone use the Kwikee Bracket Caddy to hold your quiver

Old 02-05-2004, 05:15 PM
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Default RE: Anyone use the Kwikee Bracket Caddy to hold your quiver

I have the adaptor to put it on my belt I took a Construction belt ,put the adaptor on ,with wire made a magg lite holder,and my binocular are on,when i get to my stand,remove the belt and stap it to the tree.No nail, no screw and you got everything on that belt for stillhunting.
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Old 02-06-2004, 06:30 AM
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I screwed my kwikee bracket into my summit stand (viper xls)by drilling two pilot holes just a little smaller than the screws that it came with on my right side arm piece. Screw it on with a screwdriver and your arrows are secure, right where you can access them and totally out of the way for a shot. I have had mine this way the last two seasons and it works great!
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Old 02-09-2004, 02:24 AM
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Default RE: Anyone use the Kwikee Bracket Caddy to hold your quiver

I made my own bracket out of a scrap piece of sheet metal. It slides over the belt around the tree that attaches to my harness. It cost me nothing, weighs practically nothing and takes up almost no space in my pocket.
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Old 02-09-2004, 06:20 AM
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I've been using the Kwikee bracket caddy for years,even though I stopped using the Kwikee quiver.I use a Bohning quiver and just bought an extra mounting bracket(the one that mounts to your bow),took the Kwikee caddy apart,screwed the extra Bohning into it,and it works great.The screw holes line right up!...Bob
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Old 02-09-2004, 09:29 AM
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Default RE: Anyone use the Kwikee Bracket Caddy to hold your quiver

ORIGINAL: whitty

I screwed my kwikee bracket into my summit stand (viper xls)by drilling two pilot holes just a little smaller than the screws that it came with on my right side arm piece. Screw it on with a screwdriver and your arrows are secure, right where you can access them and totally out of the way for a shot. I have had mine this way the last two seasons and it works great!
I did this too, but used two part epoxy instead of drilling holes in my API climber. I have gotten two shots off in one hunt at deer twice, and several times at hogs. I did have one accident when my lower limb/cam hit the quiver on a right sided straight down shot. I simply was not paying close enough attention to the bow in relation to the stand.
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