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Old 09-28-2004, 04:01 PM
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Those of you that can't shoot with a 2 piece quiver on your bow,,,, you just can't shoot!!!!
Just wanted to clarify my earlier post and not get into a pi$$in match. I didn't say that I "couldn't shoot" with a 2 piece quiver, only that I prefer to shoot without a quiver attached. I practice with my detachable both on and off of the bow and I shoot respectable groups either way. When I am stalking, it is attached. I just don't prefer the bulk when I am in a stand or blind.

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Old 09-28-2004, 04:56 PM
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I've never really cared for a bow mounted quiver myself. Swithed to a Cat Quiver last year. Very nice. The only problem I had was that the small model that I could afford didn't have enough room to carry much more than a spare pair of gloves and an extra release.

So this year I stole Michael Waddell's idea and created a much better system, IMO. I bought this pack from Bass Pro for $40 and then picked up a Bohning Lynx 4 arrow quiver for around $23. Then I simply attached the quick disconnect bracket to the belt of the pack using some zip ties. Holds my arrows and a whole lot more gear. Arrows are easy to reach yet aren't in the way when shooting. The only thing I like better about the Cat Quiver is the way that it protects your vanes/feathers. But that's just a minor inconvinience.

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Old 09-29-2004, 12:12 PM
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Those of you that can't shoot with a 2 piece quiver on your bow,,,, you just can't shoot!!!!
Just wanted to clarify my earlier post and not get into a pi$$in match. I didn't say that I "couldn't shoot" with a 2 piece quiver, only that I prefer to shoot without a quiver attached. I practice with my detachable both on and off of the bow and I shoot respectable groups either way. When I am stalking, it is attached. I just don't prefer the bulk when I am in a stand or blind.

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I will add that I only go for 4 arrow quivers to keep weight to a minimum, if you need more than 4 arrows, you need more practice
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Old 09-29-2004, 12:20 PM
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Those of you that can't shoot with a 2 piece quiver on your bow,,,, you just can't shoot!!!!
Just wanted to clarify my earlier post and not get into a pi$$in match. I didn't say that I "couldn't shoot" with a 2 piece quiver, only that I prefer to shoot without a quiver attached. I practice with my detachable both on and off of the bow and I shoot respectable groups either way. When I am stalking, it is attached. I just don't prefer the bulk when I am in a stand or blind.

Steve

I will add that I only go for 4 arrow quivers to keep weight to a minimum, if you need more than 4 arrows, you need more practice

I will whole heartedly agree with you on that one. I carry 3 arrows with broadheads and one with a judo point for PITA squirrels!
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Old 09-29-2004, 12:24 PM
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I carry 6. 3 Broadheads and 3 target arrows. I carry the 3 just to check my sights and distance when I get out there or sometimes I stump shoot on my way back in for practice. The 3 broadheads dont get shot unless I have a kill shot on a deer or turkey.
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Old 09-29-2004, 01:30 PM
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After shooting with a detachable quiver for the 1st 15 years I bow hunted I bought a two piece this spring. I can for sure the two peice is 100% quieter then the detachable. I also found have the low profile quiver attachet to my bow dosen't effect my shooting at all. (by the way I shoot a 30" ata bow).

I honestly think if you try the two peice you'll be plesantly supprised but it's not for everyone.
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