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    I have the martin 8 arrow quiver two piece and its stable but i dont like how far forward on the bow it sits and really unbalances the bow when its loaded up. i want either a two piece that sits farther back or a sight mount. any suggestions for a quality one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by leeindy View Post
    I have the martin 8 arrow quiver two piece and its stable but i dont like how far forward on the bow it sits and really unbalances the bow when its loaded up. i want either a two piece that sits farther back or a sight mount. any suggestions for a quality one?
    The basic Martin 8 arrow.
    It sits straight inline with the sight mounts and will last your lifetime.



    p.s. HEY MARTIN - - - we want a 'Fast 6' quiver !!!!!!!!! Call Wildman now.

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    i dont know if your looking to spen some mony or save a few bucks.but i bought a tru-glo 4 arrow quick disconect 1 pice,and i reall like it.i spent 25 on it.i might just go get me a second one.got it from dicks,could not beat the price.

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    this is the one i hate

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    i just use the alpine 5 arrow quiver. I think it's called the alpine bear claw. it's a one piece with quick connect, and it comes in next camo. so it look's good on the bow. To me the only con is that it could be a little more quiet. But that's just me. On my hunting bow i want everything on it to be super quiet.

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    I use the "Fast 4"'s on everything. I always take my quiver off when shooting, and I rarely need more than 4 arrows, so it works well for me. Good quiver, easy to take on and off.
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    On the pricey side, but i just installed the Tight Spot quiver and this thing is extremely nice, attaches close to riser and adjustable.
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    I use the Grayling Just Nuff 4 arrow quiver(sight mount). I really like it, and it's not expensive. http://shop.ebay.com/i.html?_trkparm...&_sop=15&_sc=1

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    Default Good Quiver Recommendations

    I went away from bow quivers a long time ago. Detachable hip quiver for me. Now if someone were to make a 3 arrow bow quiver...... Heck, I'd like a 2 arrow quiver. It only takes one shot... 2 if you need a finisher.

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    Sonny, I believe that Kwikee makes a 3 arrow, bow mount quiver. Or at least they used to. I've seen one around somewhere, but can't remember the place.
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