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Thread: Good Longbow Quiver

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    Good Longbow Quiver

    I'd like a strap on quiver that can hold a few arrows on my longbow. Recommend a good one for me please. I'd like it to hold 4-6 arrows.



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    Join Date
    Nov 2011
    Location
    Stockton, CA
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    I really like my Great Northern strap on longbow quiver. It is my 3rd quiver that I have purchased from them. It holds 5 arrows and is mounted to my Omega Longbow.

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    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    SE Oklahoma
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    Selway makes a nice strap on

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    Join Date
    Aug 2010
    Location
    northern MI
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    Big jim has a nice strap on also

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    Eagle's Flight has several different models. Hand made here in NC. Just was at the shop and purchased one this morning. They are light weight and very secure on the bow. Highly recommended.

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    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    Location
    New Berlin, WI
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    762
    I've owned most. With the exception of the Eagle flight. I'd suggest Cherokee Slims (260-636-3108). He'll ask for a picture of your bow and make the quiver to match it. They're works of art.

    Bowmania

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    Join Date
    Jan 2003
    Location
    East central Minnesota
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    Check out the Kanati quivers by Aneewaakee Traditional Archery Products. I have an Angle quiver for my recurves, they also make a non-adjustable quiver. Both are available as a strap on or under limb bolt model. Very nicely made.

    http://www.kanatiquiver.com/Products.html

    Thunderhorn Boa is a classic, available through Thunderhorn archery.

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