I have a Lynx 4 arrow....I take it off my bow while hunting and bought some additional mounting brackets and use the quickie screw in's and screw it into the left side of the tree. This way it's right next to me in the tree and easy to grab another arrow if needed. Hopefully that's not part of the scenario but it's there just in case.
I have a Quikee quiver that I have a screw-in tree adapter bracket for. Just take the quiver off the bow bracket and slide it on to the screw-in bracket. Presto.
I believe there are some other quivers that you can get screw-in brackets for also.
Works great. The arrows are easily in reach but are out of the way.
I use the Kwikee quiver it has a screw in bracket for the tree you just pop it off the bow and into the tree bracket. Been using this since 93 and can think of trees in Maine, R.I., N.Y. , Vermont, Mass.,even Newfoundland that I forgot to take the brackets out when leaving. I have two in my pack at all times for just that reason:embara:
Have alpine soft lock quiver, load the middle arrow on the bow and then thread the quiver on to the ez hanger all the way next to tree. Right there if you need another arrow. Have the screw in adapter but haven't used it yet.
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