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  • take your quiver off when you practice

    5 13.89%
  • take your quiver off when you hunt

    18 50.00%
  • always leave it on

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    Default quiver?

    just wondering
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    Kwikee kwik-3

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    Quote Originally Posted by I missed View Post
    just wondering
    Just wondering what?

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    I just noticed you posted this in general archery. you did mean hunting right?

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    OH, I see the Poll now.....You mean the quiver on your bow?

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    Poll..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I just noticed you posted this in general archery. you did mean hunting right?
    yea, my bad
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    If you practice with it on you leave it on when you hunt... If you take it off when you practice you take it off in the tree stand PERIOD!!!
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    I dont put mine on until I start hunting and then it stays on all season.

    I'm not sure how to vote.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullfiddle View Post
    If you practice with it on you leave it on when you hunt... If you take it off when you practice you take it off in the tree stand PERIOD!!!
    yea thats what i was wondering if people hunt with it on because i have practiced with it on and cant stand it but i wish i could hunt with it
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    yea i guess i could have put a never use it option
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    Quote Originally Posted by J.C. View Post
    I dont put mine on until I start hunting and then it stays on all season.

    I'm not sure how to vote.
    This is what I did, when I was hunting. As soon as I started practicing for hunting with broadheads on, the quiver stayed on all season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by I missed View Post
    yea thats what i was wondering if people hunt with it on because i have practiced with it on and cant stand it but i wish i could hunt with it
    you dont like the way it balances the bow when you are practicing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I missed View Post
    yea thats what i was wondering if people hunt with it on because i have practiced with it on and cant stand it but i wish i could hunt with it
    The quickee quiver has a sweet little bracket you can buy that you can screw into the side of your tree. It's just like the one that fit's on your bow. You can take the quiver off your bow and mount it on the tree so it's not floppin all over the place. I have used quickee quivers to hunt with for years and there as good as those 90-100 broadhead quivers for alot less money.
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    i dont know how to vote. i dont have it on practicing or hunting. the only time its on is when im walking to and from my tree stand and/or blind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MichiganHunter View Post
    i dont know how to vote. i dont have it on practicing or hunting. the only time its on is when im walking to and from my tree stand and/or blind.
    me too, so i was thinking how pointless it was to spend much money on quiver at all
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    my quiver is only used for transport my arrows to the stand, I dont practice with it nor do I leave it on when hunting.

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    my quiver is always on, it doesn't matter if I am practicing or hunting. I don't like to sit on my butt for to long a time so I find myself doing a lot of stalking.

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    Hip quiver is all I use anymore.
    Where would America be without the "gun totting redneck"?

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    I dont own, and never will own a bow mounted quiver!

    I have been shooting and hunting for so long with out one, that I just cant use a bow mounted one any more......

    a leg quiver is used for hunting and a WHEELY quiver is used for 3d and practice......

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