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    Default Pics of 2 pc quivers on your martins??

    I really like the 2 pc quiver. but dont know how to attach one to the Shadowcat. Looking for a 6 arrow type as well. So does anyone have a picture with a 2 pc quiver on there martin?? close up on the attachment

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    Here is a pic of the Martin 2-piece on the Nemesis I had.
    It doesn't show the mount but I have the same quiver on a Cougar III and my wifes MOAB so I will take a couple pics and post them.
    Basically - it is just a mount that is slotted and fits into the slot that is on the right side of the barrel nut in the riser.
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    I do like that i have the wild man 6 arrow quiver that mounts at the sight but my arrows stick out way past my bottom limb because i am a longer draw 30" and my a2a is so short on my bone hunter aka cheetah. I have been thinking about getting a 2 piece quiver.
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    Quiver on the bow to and from the stand only, for me. A one peice can easily be detached and or carried on a belt or tied to your pack.

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    That would be very cool if i hunted from a stand. but sad to say out west the only stand I use is my feet. I average 6-9 miles a day spot and stalking for elk. I have a cat quiver but some times I dont need the pack so I liked a 2 pc on my hoyt. just was wondering since the martins I have seen alot of are target guys or ones with 1 pc type. thanks again.

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    Here is a pic of how the Martin 2-piece mounts to the bow.
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    I dont know how or if you can mount another brand of 2-piece to a Martin bow.
    Another consideration is the ata length of your bow and the length of your arrows.
    If you look at the pic of the 2-piece on my the Nemesis - note that the bottow arrow holder clips onto the arrows between the fletching and the nock.
    This was the only way I could get it to fit with that bow and those arrows.
    It was not an issue for me and worked well.
    The bottom can be positioned up or down to change the length between the two but you should try one on your bow to be sure it will work for you.

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    sorry jnordwell for jacking your thread, but spiker tell us about the finish on that rytera. thats not factory is it?
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    It was factory Skulz camo - I just had the quiver dipped to match...
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