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    Default Quiver Question??

    Do all your Hip Quivers have an insert that makes the circled section stiff?

    Mine does...I am just wondering how well it works without it being stiff if anyone has one
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    if it were stiff, you couldnt fold it up for storage..........
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Wish I could post a meaningful response! The only quiver I use is the one that goes on my bow. Sorry. I would think a removable insert would be the way to go, then you would have the best of both worlds.
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    Not real sure, I'll have to check mine...the last one I had wasn't stuff...but I think you'd want it stiff so that it doesn't flop around, if you know what I mean...
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    Quote Originally Posted by tnts79 View Post
    Wish I could post a meaningful response! The only quiver I use is the one that goes on my bow. Sorry. I would think a removable insert would be the way to go, then you would have the best of both worlds.
    I could make it removable, that way you could also use that area as a pocket

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheels3 View Post
    I could make it removable, that way you could also use that area as a pocket
    Mine is just material, I like the idea of a removeable batton there......
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheels3 View Post
    I could make it removable, that way you could also use that area as a pocket
    Sounds like a good plan Wheels!
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    Quote Originally Posted by two_shoes View Post
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    Soon! I am working on it, but it will be soon

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheels3 View Post
    Do all your Hip Quivers have an insert that makes the circled section stiff?

    Mine does...I am just wondering how well it works without it being stiff if anyone has one
    I know what you are talking about, the area you circled can sometimes have the tendacy to fold if your arrows are to long and there is not enough weight at the bottom of the quiver to copensate for the weight at the top due to the longer arrows and the stuff in the top pocket. A piece of 1/2" wide metel strapping into a slot that is sewn into the back of the circled area running top to bottom behind the area with the d-ring strap. I don't think its needed but it would just be a peace of mind for some. Still looks good for her first one , just imagine what the the others are going to look like since she has already worked out most of the buggs out on the first one

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