Quiver QuestionContributors to this thread:
Buck Watcher 08-Oct-18
Charlie Rehor 08-Oct-18
sharp stick slinger 08-Oct-18
RJ Hunt 08-Oct-18
I've got a Halon 32 that I want to add a quiver to. I have a Mathews quiver on another Halon but I'm thinking a Tight Spot for this one for no particular reason other than something different.
Which one and why?
Not familiar with Tight Spot, other than it’s expensive. I like two piece quivers, and Mathews makes one. But if you shoot with the quiver off, it’s not for you b
Look at Treelimb quivers I like mine a lot.
The further apart the hood of the quiver and the last rubber arrow shaft holder are the better. That`s why I like 2 pc. quivers but the Tightspot also has similar traits.
From: Buck Watcher
I like the Mathews quiver. Incase you didn't know, they make 3 lengths of the mounting stud, to get your quiver closer or father away (single pin/adjustable sights).
From: Charlie Rehor
TightSpot Quiver is on all three of my bows including my Halon 32. I prefer the 5 arrow! Good luck!
Kwikee Kwiver- Holds 3, 4 or 6 arrows. Not expensive and have been proven with the test of time 30+ years on the market. Not fancy, just functional.
Tightspot all the way
I continue to see Tightspot quivers recommended on a lots of thread responses concerning quiver selection. Can someone please tell me the superiority of this quiver? What am I missing?
I have both the Tight Spot and Treelimb and I am liking the Treelimb a little better due to the compactness and it’s lighter. It has a quick release and loop to hang in tree and it is adjustable in height.
I use a removable G5 Headlock quiver, and it comes with an extra screw in tree bracket ..... it is a 6 arrow, but I only carry 4, very light weight... extra tree brackets are free, just pay shipping .. a fraction of the price of those others, a damn good quiver !!
From: sharp stick slinger
I've taken my ALPINE SOFT LOC quiver from bow to bow over the last 15 years. tough to beat. attaches/detaches easily and quietly and has not worn out over the years. 5 arrows seems to be enough for me. $40. they also make a 7 arrow i believe
Really really look at a quivelizer by option archery. They are awesome and reduce your overall bow weight
Tightspot get one
2 piece... I have a Tree Limb and like it. I have a Tightspot too and consider it a rattle trap compared to a 2 piece. Ed F
I have a tight spot and I don’t love it. It’s a good quiver and I like how tight to the bow I can get it but I think I’ll put my alpine sof loc back on for next year .
From: RJ Hunt
Last year I bought a tight spot with my new bow. It took me a year for it to grow on me and get adjusted by trial and error as I used mostly two piece for the last 20 years. Now I just don’t know how I made it so long without the tight spot quiver. Probably my favorite upgrade in years.
You can adjust for different size arrow diameter, not sure if any others have this adjustment, before the tightspost I had treelimb 2 piece, the tightspot is better
Buffalo, This website page pretty much explains everything I like about them (see my link). I've heard a few guys complain about noise but I've had a TightSpot on four different bows and they have always been dead quiet.
2017 Tightspots on Camofire today Oct 10...
Tightspot quivers are much noisier than a two piece......I sold mine and went back with no regrets. JMO
Buddy has a tightspot on his Halon 32. It is nice!
I personally prefer 2 piece also. But for those looking for TS some are on sale Camofire today.