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Quiver question #5339895 10/03/14 02:30 PM
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How do y'all carry your extra arrow with broadheads on them.. I have been looking at the rage cage quiver. What y'all think or how do y'all carry them

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I carry 5 arrows in a regular quiver. I take it off when I get in the stand and hang it on a hook. I've shot all 5 in a sit before. We have lots of pigs.

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The o-ring on my broadhead keeps tearing and my broadhead opens with my quiver How do I keep that from happen

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Obvious answer: use a broadhead that doesn't have an o-ring

Another option is to get a quiver that locks the arrow in, not the broad head. Basically, the broad head is in the cover, but there is no foam that it sticks in. Probably very similar to the rage cage quiver.


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Sorry can't help you with your rubber bands. Grim Reapers don't have that problem.

Re: Quiver question [Re: spencer] #5340733 10/04/14 12:11 AM
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I'm using rage broad heads

Re: Quiver question [Re: spencer] #5340743 10/04/14 12:20 AM
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Use the style with two clips for the arrow shaft and an open cover vs. one you stick the broadhead into foam.


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Re: Quiver question [Re: ChrisB] #5340814 10/04/14 01:26 AM
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Originally Posted By: ChrisB
I carry 5 arrows in a regular quiver. I take it off when I get in the stand and hang it on a hook. I've shot all 5 in a sit before. We have lots of pigs.
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I've got two quivers for archery season. A bow quiver I remove at the stand with 5 arrows and heads for deer. And a hip quiver with 6 arrows and heads for pigs and small game.


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I'm new to the bow scene. So I'm learning as I go. Thanks for y'all's help

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I use a pouch quiver. It hangs on the side of my stand with easy access for a 2nd arrow. Nothing for the BH to cut the o ring, BUT, if you go with fixed heads like I do, you will NEVER have another BH failure.
Just sayin!!!

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I'm new to the bow scene. So I'm learning as I go. Thanks for y'all's help

We all learn. Every season, every shot, sometimes every hunt. 25 years of this and sometimes I think I haven't learned enough to even be out there yet. Making mistakes and asking questions is part of it. And no one on here should mind helping where they can.


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Get yourself a Tight Spot quiver and Grim Reapers.


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Re: Quiver question [Re: Ramsey] #5343514 10/06/14 12:24 AM
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I carry 5 arrows in a regular quiver. I take it off when I get in the stand and hang it on a hook. I've shot all 5 in a sit before. We have lots of pigs.
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