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    Default quiver for drenalin

    is on a market quiver that fit to Drenalin?(3 arrows).T5 is to much $ for me.

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    I would look at the Alpine quivers they are the best on the market in my opinion.
    www.alpinearchery.com

    You can't go wrong with them they are great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WCH View Post
    I would look at the Alpine quivers they are the best on the market in my opinion.
    www.alpinearchery.com

    You can't go wrong with them they are great.
    I agree with that statement!
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    Default Cheap and affordable

    Quickee Quiver.

    Used one for years and there still the best value on the market today.

    Had one on my Drenalin

    They make a 3 arrow as well
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    Hey DB.......that deer looks smaller than your bow! I recently purchased a Kwikee quiver for my daughters Micro Midas and they are pretty well priced and seem to be good quality!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Quickee Quiver.

    Used one for years and there still the best value on the market today.

    Had one on my Drenalin

    They make a 3 arrow as well

    +1 to that.

    also look into the apex mqx quiver. Got one in hardwood green to match my guardian for around 45 bones. Holds my bemans mfx small diameter arrows just fine. Can hold big diameter too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Quickee Quiver.

    Used one for years and there still the best value on the market today.

    Had one on my Drenalin

    They make a 3 arrow as well
    Agreed!!
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