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    Default Side/Hip quivers

    So what quivers do you use? Looking for a new one to replace my cheap bohning, leather perhaps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Me and bow quivers don't get along. Most clunk in one fashion or another.

    I've been using a hip type quiver for the past ten years. Quality leather quivers are not cheap. Mine is no longer made, but surely Fred Bear carrys other you'd like. I like easy in, easy out. So that knocks out the sprig tension type. Just a standard poke 'em in is fine with me. I do use a Uncle Mike's nylon belt, snap over buckle.
    Could you please show us a picture? Thank you.

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    I use a bog standard / common all garden cordura 4 tube hip quiver on a decent leather belt.

    I've been an archer since 1986 and it's the only quiver I've ever owned. Now that is value for money.

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    for the wifes and mine anniversary im getting her a purple easton quiver. Its what she wants so thats what shes getting. In return shes getting me sme some new hunting boots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilMac View Post
    I use a bog standard / common all garden cordura 4 tube hip quiver on a decent leather belt
    What is the brand?

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    purple easton quiver
    Almost bought a silver one.

    Quote Originally Posted by SonnyThomas View Post
    Whoops. Did you mean hunting or target quiver.
    Target Sonny, should have said. The vista's still available?

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    the shorter length, nock rearward easton is good , even if a bit pricey here. the longer nock forward ones trip those less tall like myself, over out on 3d ranges. there's a matching belt available, works well. good quality and worth the price. i settled for the grey/silver, the only colour available at the time. 12 months use and holding up well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Destroyer View Post
    What is the brand?
    I'm sorry, I have no idea. It was bought at a local archery shop, so is probably a proprietary brand or one they had made, but similar quivers are sold at just about every shop and also online.

    The Easton quivers are nice as are some of the WinWin quivers, but mine's still going strong, so, I'll stick with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeilMac View Post
    similar quivers are sold at just about every shop and also online.
    Some of the newer ones look too high tech for my liking.

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    If I had the money I'd probably get a badlands hip quiver, but currently using something by PSE, which is serviceable but not great quality.

    An alternative that might be worth considering is getting a cordura sheath for a 22" machete and, if you like, adding a few pvc tubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Conan View Post
    If I had the money I'd probably get a badlands hip quiver
    Didn't know about them. Would be made well.

    http://www.cabelas.com/hunting-bags-...r-pack-3.shtml

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