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Thread: martin 2 piece quivers?

  1. #21
    flytier17
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    I also found the kwikee mount won't work with the Knob either. I got the High-Riser extention plate.

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    geronimo
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    Thanks everyone for your input and advice. I ordered the fast 4 2-piece today from Martin and hope it works out. It seems to be their most thought out quiver considering noise and balance while shooting. We will see......

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    dbd870
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    How'd the bow feel otherwise? I mean the draw cycle.
    It felt very good; reminded me of my Cougar actually - maybe just a tad less handshock. If I were to split limb or something it would be the replacement; it's nice and light as well - that was the most noticable difference when I handled it. I just didn't see enough difference to justify replacing what I have. If I was focusing on making a 3D bow obviously I would go a different direction, but I like a heavier arrow; like you said it's all personal preference.
    Last edited by dbd870; 03-10-2008 at 06:24 AM.

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    Darrenhood
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    Thread hijacking??

    So, next time someone asks about arrow rests, the appropriate response would be iced tea, lobster tail & sowing machines?

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    dbd870
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    Eh, the sewing machine would probably cross the line.

  6. #26
    geronimo
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    I'm still waiting on the quiver from Martin. When I get it and use it I will post a report.

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    Darrenhood
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    When you get it, I'd like to know if it looks like a guy could remove the gripper section from the lower bracket & mount the 8 arrow gripper & maybe get the hood off & mount the larger 8 arrow hood, on those swept back Fast 4 mounting brackets.

    Have desire, will butcher.

  8. #28
    flytier17
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    Mine remove. I'd imagine the brackets are intercompatible.

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    flytier17
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbd870 View Post
    Eh, the sewing machine would probably cross the line.
    Yeah, so would iced tea. Real guys chug beer or shots. I prefer Vodka

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    Darrenhood
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    Quote Originally Posted by flytier17 View Post
    Yeah, so would iced tea. Real guys chug beer or shots. I prefer Vodka
    You would realy like our localy made Idaho Potato Vodkay. Three brands I've found so far. Smooooth.

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