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Back or side quiver?

Old 04-27-2003, 07:48 PM
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Default RE: Back or side quiver?

For one of the finest selection of traditional archery quivers check out Art Vincent' s " Cedar Ridge Leather Works"
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Old 04-28-2003, 09:30 AM
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Default RE: Back or side quiver?

The wife and I only shoot one, maybe two, rendezvous a year and I use a 4 arrow bow quiver and a small back quiver. The bow quiver holds my primary arrows and the back quiver holds the wifes, . Actually, I take 7 arrows with me, 4 on the bow and three in the backquiver as backup and the wife carries a side quiver for her good arrows. The back quiver also holds the 12 clubhouse kindling arrows that we' d use for the 2 metal targets and the one, shoot through the concrete pipe and over the limb target.
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Old 04-28-2003, 02:52 PM
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Default RE: Back or side quiver?

I second the vote for Cedar Ridge. I bought a cruiser from Art and am extremely happy with it. I did have a Neet side quiver for a long time and it was a good quiver. I liked it till I bought Art' s cruiser. It just hangs better. I also had Art add a spacer in the bottom (Like a knife sheath) so I can use it for un-sharpened broadheads. It works great for practicing the month before season. Dick
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Old 04-28-2003, 07:23 PM
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Default RE: Back or side quiver?

Well duhhhhh........why didn' t I think of Art? [X(] He does make a very nice quiver--my second one is on order. I use his side (Cruiser) quiver, and he made a back quiver for my son (he loves it). You can catch up to Art at some of the bigger 3-D shoots--along with being a leathersmith and artist, he is also a dang good shot.

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