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    I had one of them too, had it full up too , on some hunts.. never did empty it may be why i use the a low bow mounted 6 today.. only has 5 in it and more to refill back in camp... last thing i want, is to be is low on arrows because of..... fall , broken on other game , some bozo tossed his gear bag on my quiver , etc ( not that it ever happend I carry a bozo tag )

    But soon as you say OH it will never happen IT does...bought a new fishing pole one time, 1st trip out uncle steps into the boat right on the tip "snap" out of the 5 pole's he found the only new one
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElkSlayer View Post
    bought a new fishing pole one time, 1st trip out uncle steps into the boat right on the tip "snap" out of the 5 pole's he found the only new one
    Should have bought an Ugly Stick
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    Shoulda hit Him with the ugly stick! Or maybe you should have held his beer while he got in the boat. And just how many bozo's where in that boat, since you mentioned 5 poles?
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    I've got a TruGlo 5 arrow thats either on the bow when I'm on the bike or on my pack when I'm on foot. Back in my recurve days I had a Bear 8 arrow that I once emptied at a herd of feral goats, had one arrow left at days end when the big billy stood broadside at 45 yds, and I still remember that black and brown sob watching the arrow come and ducking under it, 8 broken arrows and wounded pride, I collected the last saveable Bear razor head and went home. Is it any wonder that I one day ended up with a Martin 10 arrow super quiver? Still have it.

    For a dozen years or more I used nothing but Martin Super Quivers fully loaded when I went hunting. Here when season is open you can have tags for 1 deer 1 elk 1 bear 1 turkey, 4 grouse per day and unlimited coyotes.
    Last year I wanted to lighten up all I carry so I just used a Martin Fast 4 (great quiver!).
    One afternoon I trashed 3 arrows on grouse (I love grouse on the campfire) and then - got a shot at a buck.
    Thank God I made a good shot because I had no more arrows.
    I wont be going back to the woods again in the fall without 8-10 arrows!

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    My Martin Super Quiver is an old one, was on an old Martin Lynx. Does Martin still makes these quivers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    My Martin Super Quiver is an old one, was on an old Martin Lynx. Does Martin still makes these quivers?
    They sure do...part# 3902N

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