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Hoyt Quiver Problem - Carbon Arrows

Old 08-01-2004, 01:49 PM
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Default Hoyt Quiver Problem - Carbon Arrows

I have a Hoyt quick detach quiver that holds 6 arrows. Last year I made the switch to carbons and noticed problems with arrows staying in the quiver. We hike alot and move around all day. I was tighting arrows all day last year. The last day of the hunt I even lost one arrow w/ a field point (broadheads do secure tighter). I vowed this year to fix the quiver. I'm curious any ideas someone might have to keep them snug without sacrificing noise or ease of getting arrows out, etc.
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Old 08-02-2004, 08:17 AM
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I have a Hoyt 2 piece quiver. It may be very different from your quiver, but mine actually has 2 positions for each arrow. The 1st is for alluminum arrows, once my arrow is in the 1st position, then I have to push the arrows in again but harder/deeper, and then they latch in solid.

Does this make any sence.
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Old 08-02-2004, 08:38 AM
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They also make 2 different sizes of the foam holders, one for aluminum and one for carbon. Also, your aluminum arrows stretched the holders a little, allowing the smaller diameter carbons to slip.
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