Victory Archery
Best Quiver
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
McCree 17-Aug-09
PAGuardian 17-Aug-09
Florida Mike 17-Aug-09
LostInTheWoods 17-Aug-09
SERBIANSHARK 17-Aug-09
Bou'bound 17-Aug-09
lmar 18-Aug-09
DeerMount 18-Aug-09
OregonArcher 18-Aug-09
Gobblestopper 18-Aug-09
BOHNTIN 18-Aug-09
ORARCHER 18-Aug-09
hoytshooter 18-Aug-09
Pat C. 18-Aug-09
no-luck 19-Aug-09
DLN 19-Aug-09
c3 19-Aug-09
bloodtrail 19-Aug-09
Mzyman 19-Aug-09
Knife2sharp 19-Aug-09
swamp hunter 19-Aug-09
bownut 19-Aug-09
whitetailer 20-Aug-09
muzzy100 22-Aug-09
JayZ 22-Aug-09
JayZ 22-Aug-09
Newkirk Jerry 22-Aug-09
sbbow 22-Aug-09
Jwillman6 22-Aug-09
hogdaddy 22-Aug-09
Kodi 22-Aug-09
Dick H 22-Aug-09
Jake14 22-Aug-09
IowaBowGuy 22-Aug-09
longboman 23-Aug-09
HunterJoe 23-Aug-09
bow4elk 31-Aug-09
chipshot 27-Feb-11
BuckSlayer 27-Feb-11
Kurt 27-Feb-11
JTreeman 27-Feb-11
Clutch 27-Feb-11
Naples 27-Feb-11
Tom-Wisconsin 27-Feb-11
mdj 28-Feb-11
NEBucks 28-Feb-11
fairchase 28-Feb-11
Still Huntin' 03-Mar-11
JGG 03-Mar-11
Elk Crazy 04-Mar-11
'Ike' 04-Mar-11
From: McCree
17-Aug-09
I'm in the market for a new quiver and wanted your opinions. Let me know what you guys feel is the best out there today. Thanks,

From: PAGuardian
17-Aug-09
I don't know if it is the best but I really like my Octane. It is the one-piece detachable which I only have on the bow going to and from stands. The magnetic hood is pretty slick, although it makes the quiver very heavy. If you are planning to shoot with your quiver on I'd stay away from the Octane though.

Otherwise, Alpine soft-lock is a great quiver.

From: Florida Mike
17-Aug-09
+1 for the Alpine softloc, Quality. Mike

17-Aug-09
I have a Vortexx quiver which fits the bill fine. If I would have had the cash, I would have sprung for the Octane one piece....very nice.

Alpine does make a good quiver for the money.

From: SERBIANSHARK
17-Aug-09
All things considered.....the Fuse 1 piece is just about perfect!!!!! Quiet, lite, tough, adjustable, and a very well made quick disconnect. It's the shite!!!

I'm not pumping here either...I don't even own one...i have mathews arrow web quivers on my two bows.

From: Bou'bound
17-Aug-09
hoyt for hoyt bows

From: lmar
18-Aug-09
I have the octane one piece,its great,but had to switch to a G5 broadhead the hood is to short for my rages.

From: DeerMount
18-Aug-09
Tried and true Kwikee kwiver. Every camo pattern, easy on/off, easy change out rubber grip and affordable!

From: OregonArcher
18-Aug-09
I think the Octane are top notch. How is it to short for the rage? With the magnetic insert it should hold those no problem.

18-Aug-09
I strap my kwikee quiver to the right side of my pack. I have the 4 arrow "mechanical" version with two rubber grippers.

From: BOHNTIN
18-Aug-09
I'm another one for the Alpine

From: ORARCHER
18-Aug-09
Trophy Ridge two pc.

From: hoytshooter
18-Aug-09
fuse 2 piece for me would like to see the new simms 2 piece looks light in weight

From: Pat C.
18-Aug-09
ALPINE SOFT LOCK 5 !!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: no-luck
19-Aug-09
I have the Alpine soft lock 5 as well and absolutly love it. It goes on and off of the bow quietly. Another feature I like is its ability to adjust vertically as I have 30" arrows and I don't like my fletching hanging lower than the bottom of my bow.

From: DLN
19-Aug-09
agree with many others- alpine soft lock

From: c3
19-Aug-09
The new Tightspot quiver.

Cheers, Pete

19-Aug-09
Mathews two piece. Rock solid dead quiet and always ready.

From: bloodtrail
19-Aug-09
Im with disorder-if your shooting a Mathews put on a Mathews. A little pricey but worth it.

From: Mzyman
19-Aug-09
Like hoytshooter, i use the fuse 2 piece also and like it alot.

From: Knife2sharp
19-Aug-09
PSE Omega, the best one piece detachable quiver ever made. It is the lightest and slimmest of all of them and utilizes an adjustable 3 point holding system for the arrows so you don't have to worry about what diameter your arrows. This also makes for silent arrow removal. It's light because the hood is small and rubber as opposed to plastic and the rest is made out of carbon.

But they don't make them anymore.

From: swamp hunter
19-Aug-09
Another vote for the Alpine soft lock

From: bownut
19-Aug-09
treelimb premier quiver

From: whitetailer
20-Aug-09
Maybe not the best, but this system works for me and its simple. I dont like the quiver on the bow....

I use a Kwikee Kwiver, which I can attach to the bow, if needed. However its either on my belt, since I have a neat hip quiver thats made for the Kwikee, or is in my pack, fits nicesly in a side pocket

From: muzzy100
22-Aug-09
kwikee is my vote

From: JayZ
22-Aug-09
Defintely the TIGHTSPOT.

Fits TIGHT to your bow and can be adjusted up and down so if you are tall and have longer arrows you can rest your bottom cam on the ground and keep your nocks out of the dirt. The arrow grips can also be tightened. All around it's gotta be the best quiver out there. I love mine!

From: JayZ
22-Aug-09
Defintely the TIGHTSPOT.

Fits TIGHT to your bow and can be adjusted up and down so if you are tall and have longer arrows you can rest your bottom cam on the ground and keep your nocks out of the dirt. The arrow grips can also be tightened. All around it's gotta be the best quiver out there. I love mine!

22-Aug-09
Bohning

From: sbbow
22-Aug-09
AND HERE'S ANOTHER FOR ALPINE

From: Jwillman6
22-Aug-09
The Fuse quivers are excellent, but I'm interested in the Tightspot. The big disadvantage to the Tightspot is the price. This is the reason I will most likely stick to Fuse. $149 is pricey for a quiver.

From: hogdaddy
22-Aug-09

If you walk to a stand and take your quiver off any thing will do. If you shoot with it on, its more important. I have a fuse and a tight spot, not even close, tight spot is quieter, balances way better, more adjustability, lighter. I lost enough arrows out of my softlock busting texas brush to pay for the tight spot. Yeah it is expensive but you get your moneys worth, don't find many that wish they hadn't bought one. Just one opinion.

From: Kodi
22-Aug-09
Tightspot. Light adjustable solid it's the best I have come across.

From: Dick H
22-Aug-09
I spent the extra $ on a Tightspot and couldn't be happier.. the VERY BEST out there!!!

From: Jake14
22-Aug-09
Kwikee 3 arrow quiver -

From: IowaBowGuy
22-Aug-09
Alpine soft-loc is the bomb!

From: longboman
23-Aug-09
Well I know you mean compound but the question was simple so i say a plains indian style.

From: HunterJoe
23-Aug-09
Hard to beat a Kwikee 4 arrow with two holders or the 3 arrow with two holders. Use them both

From: bow4elk
31-Aug-09

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The Tight Spot quiver can't be beat. While stalking in open, flat western terrain, I tend to crawl with the bow laying flat in front of me. I sometimes will put a little too much weight on the quiver, and have had cheaper quivers pop off my bow or even lost arrows. This quiver sits very close to your bow, has a solid mounting system, and you can adjust the arrow holder super tight. A+ product.

From: chipshot
27-Feb-11
kwikee is fine cause Ialways hang it in my tree

From: BuckSlayer
27-Feb-11
Another vote for Alpine Softloc. Quiet on and off, only compalint would be the tips of my Slick Trick mags touch when they are put right beside each other unless they are turned, which is ok, but then my fletchings aren't all in a perfect cock feather up position! Haha! This is annoying to me!

From: Kurt
27-Feb-11
Which is lighter, the Alpine Softloc or Tight Spot?

From: JTreeman
27-Feb-11
Tight spot for me. I have used tight spot, octane, quickee, alpine, and mathews. The Mathews spider web are very nice for Mathews bows, but the Tight spot is overall just better. Better than all of them, period.

--jim

From: Clutch
27-Feb-11
Tightspot-- set it up on my bow near the end of this past season-- love it

From: Naples
27-Feb-11
Can you mount the TightSpot on the riser or only on the sight?

27-Feb-11
ALPINE SOFT LOCK 5 !!!!!!!!!!!!!

From: mdj
28-Feb-11
I use the Alpine Soft-loc 5 and though I like it, I have a vexing problem with it. Because of the way I set my bow on my lap (arrows down so I can keep my bow hand in the bow sling), the weight of the bow rests on the arrows, so the quiver tends to unsnap! Anyone else have that problem? Would the Tight Spot not do that?

From: NEBucks
28-Feb-11
Alpine Soft Loc 5 for me also.

From: fairchase
28-Feb-11
Hey McCree, I sure hope the above replys helped, I was going to buy that same one also.

03-Mar-11
TightSpot here. mdj, I do the same thing and the tight Spot doesn't move. The quiver to bow attachment is adjustable for tension.

From: JGG
03-Mar-11
Alpine Soft-Loc here.

From: Elk Crazy
04-Mar-11
I hunted with a side quiver for years. last year I hunted with a tightspot and when I got back the local archery shop had them on sale so I bought another! They are spendy especially for a cheap skate like me.

From: 'Ike'
04-Mar-11
I like the lite weight Hoyt two (2) piece for Hoyt bows and the new Diamond Q5 for my BowTech...

'The Q5.2 Ultra-Lite is a 2-piece 5 arrow quiver designed to hug tight to the bow and keep your arrows ready when you are.'

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