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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    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.
    Yes they do, I have three of them. Here are some others, Alpine soft loc3, Apex nano3, Fuse, TruGlo, Treelimb, Mathews T3, and many more.
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    I like the Alpine sof loc 5 arrow. Sight mount,easy on/off. I'm going to get the same in 3 arrow for the strictly deer days. The 5 for when I want to shoot squirrels on the way out of the woods. Two arrows w BH's,3 w SGH's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    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.
    Thanks. I'll check the order books at the shop. We've carried Kwikee since I been there and the all sell - light and simple is what people like. Gary always ordered 4 arrow quivers and quivers too dang expensive. We've a Reflex quiver for $79.99 and I don't think it'll ever sell.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arrow Splitter View Post
    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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    thanks for all the suggestions guys. i like the look of the tree limb one that holds 5 arrows for 40 bucks. damn shame is no one around here stocks any of this stuff for me to see in person. the martin 2x4 seems like it would move the arrows farther back than the one im running now but would it be enough.any one want to do a quiver trade just to demo?
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    I personally like Kwikee,I ordered spare brackets for my stands ,so I can clip it to the tree.Looks like the got a new bracket that bolts right on your stand for your quiver
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    I use the6 arrow kwikee kwiver. I have been using them since I have started bow hunting! I love it and it is all I use

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