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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by BUNNYMAN, Apr 9, 2007.
there not serios at $139.00 are they????:noidea:
I am glad i use a hip quiver even for hunting.....
Why not, their old quivers were around 100.00
Alpine soft lock 40.00 Can be used with broad heads and field points
That's what you rich folk get for them rich man 's bows.:laugh:
Oh, my lord. That is a heck of a lot of money for just a quiver. That would cost more then the arrows and broadheads that it would hold.
alot more.....now thats a $$$ amount that is being thrown around on another site.....so I am not 100% sure thats what they will sell for but, it looks like it willbe over $100
It seems like all of the manufacturers charge an arm and a leg for their quivers.
they must think they are made of gold or something.....I wonder if quivers can be appraized???
At least you can get one, Elite Synergy has holes for a two piece but as far as I know does not have a quiver available yet. Hopefully they get one out by hunting season.:noidea:
MAYBE it comes with a built in winch to aid in the hauling of the deer out of the woods.
now that would be freakin awsome.....:rockon:
I still think somebody should develop a miniature nuclear reactor for heating up our favorite 'in-stand' food... Quiver ? Reactor ? Quiver ? Reactor ?
This season I'm going to put my backpack and bow on a diet... And, a hip quiver might be part of that plan.
I think the T-series is overpriced just like the Arrow Webs. I will be very happy to keep my Alpine Soft-Loc.eace:
right now I have the alpine softlock and have no problems with it's function as a quiver but, I have been thinking about trying somthing different to get the weight off the side of my bow. Bowman, you mentioned using a hip quiver. I was wondering how far you walk and what type of terrain you are on when you are hunting in. when I elk hunt I carry alot of weight and am about 7-12 miles in the back country, so I am not sure if this style would work for me.:noidea:
hip quivers arenot for everybody but they work just fine for me.....in the places I hunt around here....7-12 milesback in the woods and I would have crossed three roads:noidea: :noidea:
with your success rate you may want to try not walking so far :laugh:
I hope you are speaking of bowmans success rate:boxing:
the sad part is its the truth.......
That is beginning to be most of the northeast US.