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Thread: Back quivers? - Safari Tuff Arrowmaster vs Palmer Bow Mate Elite

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    Back quivers? - Safari Tuff Arrowmaster vs Palmer Bow Mate Elite

    I'm looking into side/back quivers. I'm going to use it for both 3D and hunting. I've got it narrowed down to 2.



    Palmer Bow Mate Elite
    http://www.palmerbowworks.com/index.htm

    Safari Tuff Arrowmaster Side Quiver
    http://www.safarituff.com/arrowmaster.html

    The big difference I can see is that the Bow Mate is 1 bls heavier but looks a bit sturdier.

    Has anyone tried both and have a preference?


    thanks


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    I would pick one that is quiet while walking and passing through brush....The arrow master isn't exactly showing accessibility to the arrows on the move, like the other one does. I to am searching for a good back quiver.
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    I bought the safari tuff duiker model. It was around 95.00 with optional rain cap. It seems pretty sturdy and is very lightweight. If i'm target shooting I'll leave the rain cap off, it is easier for me to load the arrow thru the top than back up thru the side, actually I have never used the rain cap even while hunting.
    The arrows are very easy to remove. Depending if you want all the extra pockets and loops you can save money by buying the Safari-Tuff Duikar model for 85 bucks. I bought mine from 3Rivers Archery. I think you would be happy with any one of those quivers, if thats the style you prefer. I just love this style of quiver.
    Hope this helps. http://www.3riversarchery.com/images/medium/6206X.jpg

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    Anyone have any experience with these?

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