Ripcord Arrow Rests
Best Bow Quiver???
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
McCree 30-Nov-18
JohnMC 30-Nov-18
Brotsky 30-Nov-18
Scar Finga 30-Nov-18
wyobullshooter 30-Nov-18
trackman 30-Nov-18
smarba 30-Nov-18
Buglmin 30-Nov-18
Dale06 30-Nov-18
spike78 30-Nov-18
cnelk 30-Nov-18
Bou'bound 30-Nov-18
YZF-88 30-Nov-18
WYelkhunter 01-Dec-18
Ironbow 01-Dec-18
shorty 01-Dec-18
yooper89 01-Dec-18
Matt 01-Dec-18
McCree 01-Dec-18
altitude sick 01-Dec-18
Bobmeister 01-Dec-18
Ziek 01-Dec-18
jingalls 01-Dec-18
Trial153 01-Dec-18
Brianc86 01-Dec-18
Backpack Hunter 01-Dec-18
geoffp 03-Dec-18
Longjohnson77 03-Dec-18
carcus 03-Dec-18
Hunting5555 06-Dec-18
Ermine 06-Dec-18
deerslayer 08-Dec-18
ground hunter 08-Dec-18
From: McCree
30-Nov-18
With plans to buy a new bow soon I'm researching each component individually and it's time to decide on a quiver. I want something that holds more than 3 arrows. I currently use an original Delta with custom brackets to fit my bow. The Delta is heavy but holds 7 arrows. I like the capacity when packing in for a 8-10 day hunt.

From: JohnMC
30-Nov-18
Tight spot

From: Brotsky
30-Nov-18
The only choice IMO is Tight Spot. Nothing else comes close for me.

From: Scar Finga
30-Nov-18
Same here!

30-Nov-18
Yep, TightSpot.

From: trackman
30-Nov-18
SAME for me the Tight Spot

From: smarba
30-Nov-18
TS very good quality no doubt. For a number of reasons I prefer a 2 piece.

From: Buglmin
30-Nov-18
Two piece quivers. I'm using the Trophy Rodge Pro Lite and the Sherpa on my Primes. Less arrow vibrations, liter and redo piece quivers sit closer to the riser.

From: Dale06
30-Nov-18
I like a two piece that has the gripper and hood far apart. I use Hoyt two piece. I have a 4 and 6 arrow model.

From: spike78
30-Nov-18
Check out Treelimb quivers I like mine better then my Tightspot.

From: cnelk
30-Nov-18
Best or quietest?

From: Bou'bound
30-Nov-18
Two piece Hoyt to match bow and always the 4 arrow version. has been my go to for 25 years

From: YZF-88
30-Nov-18
I have a Hoyt and like the 4-arrow two piece quiver. Can’t find a lighter one on the market and it’ll get as close to the riser as you want it.

From: WYelkhunter
01-Dec-18
For me it is the Apex Gear Game Changer. It is fully adjustable and can be found for a lot less money than tightspot. For you it is a matter of personal preference and how much you want to spend. Lots of quivers out their and not just one fits everyone's needs and budget.

From: Ironbow
01-Dec-18
I think Hoyt makes the best 2 piece, but Tightspot gets my vote for a one piece.

From: shorty
01-Dec-18
None. I went with a mini cat quiver tied to my back pack two years ago and I will not use a bow quiver ever again.

From: yooper89
01-Dec-18
Tight spot for me. Bought one on rockslide classifieds this past year. Night and day difference compared to my last one.

From: Matt
01-Dec-18
Recently switched back from Tight Spot to Hoyt 2 piece.

From: McCree
01-Dec-18
Looks like I can get the Tight Spot 5 arrow in Kryptek Altitude to match the bow so I think that is the route I'll go. Thanks all!

01-Dec-18
Cat quiver

01-Dec-18
McCree,

Last year the guys here convinced me to go with the TS. Glad I did. I bought the five arrow one and it is the best quiver I have owned; however, I never really owned an expensive quiver before. GL.

From: Bobmeister
01-Dec-18
The best I have found I had to make, it fits as close to the bow as possible and and pretty light. A couple of ounces less than a T/S, I have one of those and if I didn't have a custom then it would be T/S for sure.

From: Ziek
01-Dec-18
Another vote for Hoyt 4 arrow, 2 piece. Tried the Tight Spot many years ago, and wasn't impressed.

From: jingalls
01-Dec-18
Tight Spot

From: Trial153
01-Dec-18
Tight spot or a two peice riser mounted quiver like an elite.

From: Brianc86
01-Dec-18
I always go with factory quivers,

01-Dec-18
Tight Spot has worked well for me.

From: geoffp
03-Dec-18
Tight Spot here too.

03-Dec-18
Tightspot just came out with a smaller version, 154$

From: carcus
03-Dec-18
Tightspot, worth every penny, I pay for in Canadian dollars! I had a few treelimb 2 piece quivers and they where good, but the tightspot is better and mine has a few miles on it!

From: Hunting5555
06-Dec-18
Tightspot has a 7 arrow and they have had them on Camofire lately several times for $109. Although on there, what they have may not match your bow.

From: Ermine
06-Dec-18
I personally think a Hoyt 2 piece are the best. Light weight , and quiet. Last year I switched to a 1 piece for a sheep hunt to take the quiver off for shooting in the wind.

From: deerslayer
08-Dec-18
Any of you guys ever have any issues with your tight spot clamp constantly loosening? I have this issue constantly.

08-Dec-18
I have a Fuse made by Hoyt for my Carbon Spyder. However it will not fit my Ram Cats well.... It does fit my Wasp Boss heads well,,,,,,,, I take my quiver off a lot, so the easy removal feature is nice Never had a tight spot, but they are popular

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