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12 reviews | 3.3 out of 5
I bought this quiver as I have another bow with the same one, it hold arrows tightly and securely. When removing an arrow for nocking for taking a deer down very very quiet, and quiet is what you really want. If you walk thru moderate to heavy growth like I do then you'll want this quiver as the arrows will not get dislodged, over all an excellent product.
holds 12 arrows!
Small hood for tips. If you have 12 broadheads they probably won't all fit. I use practice points though, so it works great for me.
I had to make a bracket to attach it to my crossbow, but that works great now.
It's only about 13" from the hood to the fingers & not adjustable, so larger arrows might be too long, but i use shorter crossbow bolts so it worked perfect for me.
Overall: It works perfect for me.
Nice lil quiv. I bought two for a couple friends' boys (bc they fit youth and adult compounds). They're quiet, easy-to-mount, super-lightweight.....deff as nice a quiv as I've seen or used in 20 years of bow-hunting, myself, but certainly NOT the priciest. Really a good value. I give it an A. :)
Priced well & easy to install. Carbon arrows will not work in this quiver without some modifications to the clip bar.
I bought this to go on my PSE compound bow. It attached to the bow fine but when I put in my carbon arrows they all fell out. This may work better if you use aluminum arrows because they are a little bigger. The great news is that the store took it back the next day. The quiver looked great and fit well, it just didnt work with the arrows I use.
GOOD PRODUCT, PRICE AND TIMELY SHIPPING!
Would have given it 5 stars, but had to modify the center riser to use the 2 slots next to the riser. Other than that, worth the money. Will be buying another one so that I can have one with broad heads and one with field points.
after installing this on my PSE, I really feel like a cheapskate for not buying the better quiver. This one is made of very flexible plastic which gives it a weak, cheap feel. the bottom section which holds the shaft part of the arrow is not attached securely, which makes it kind of wobbly. if you are planning on putting a quiver on your bow for more than a season or two, spend a little more and get a better quiver.
Not a 12 arrow quiver but it does hold 10, the foam that holds the broad heads is a little cheapand the rubber thats holds the shafts feels a little loose but if you had aluminum it would be fine. That being said the quiver has dropped a single arrow whole practing. after shooting dozens with it on im not going to complain about a single arrow. Removeing arrows is silent put arrows in can be tricky the first time because of the rail that attaches it to your bow.
i wanted a 12 arrow quiver order it from Wal-Mart . I know you get what you pay for but it wont even hold my arrows in cant even use to target shoot unless I want to pick up am arrows up taking back to Wal-Mart will never buy mossy oak hunting items again .
This is a very poor quiver and if you bow hunt at all save your money and get a quality quiver.Im not being harsh and here is why bottom of the quiver bends out away from the bow so instead of arrows straight up n down with bow they sit at a angle and looks terrible also you better have aluminum arrows 7755 of past years cause carbons from todays world just fall out has what 10 slots 2 are not useable look across from sight see that t screw that holds it to bow sticking up 4 inches and looks like it would be in the way that's because it is.Now the flimsy plastic that your field points or broadheads go in ill call it head cover with just enough foam to be called foam arrow holder snaps so easy yep it will snap if dropped or hit.save and buy a better quiver