This quiver is seldom advertised. The hood covers 6 broadheads completely suspended which avoids dulling the broadheads. The barrel rotates spitting out one arrow at a time. Comes with a quick disconnect for treestand hunting. Precision machined aluminum and made in the USA yet under $50.
You can thank me later.:wink:
I was in your shoes a couple months ago. I heard and read tons of great reviews on the Tight Spot quivers. Even though they are a little over 1 Benjamin.. they are worth every penny! In my opinion... save up a little more and go for the Tight Spot. I found mine here on Archery Talk for a great price! The feature I like about it is how streamlined and how close you can get it to your bow. The hood isn’t too big or bulky and it holds the arrows solidly in place with no rattle.
Agree. I don't really like hunting w a quiver but have a Wyoming elk hunt and have a tight spot. I agree if you have to have one tight spot it was way to go. Save for a little and get one. Buy good first cry once, buy cheap and cry a couple of times. I think that is how that goes.
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