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Has anyone used the Treelimb quiver brackets to mount a Tightspot quiver or any other quiver for that matter to the riser? I know G5 used to make a really nice bracket but its no longer made so I was wondering if the Treelimb bracket did the same thing. If anyone has picture of how it looks that would be awesome too. Thanks!
 

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I use the Treelimb bracket w/both my Tightspot quivers and my HHA dial sight. Works fine. It's not nearly as adjustable as the G5, and on one bow I had to attach the Tightspot on the backside of the Treelimb bracket to get it up agains my cable rod, but like I said earlier everything works fine. Plus I don't think the G5 one is being made anymore, as you can't find one anywhere.
 

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I use the treelimb bracket with my tightspot and HHA Slider (not dial) but gives you the idea I just set my bow up with the tightspot and bracket but so far am liking this combo hope this helps

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I like this set up. Is it quiet when you shoot with the quiver on the bow? I remove my quiver in the tree, but I like to know I can shoot quietly when the quiver is attached.
 
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