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Carrying the decapitating heads in woods
How do you guys carry your arrows with the Bullhead type heads while hunting?
There was a thread on here a couple years back that had several different ideas. See “Magnus Bullhead cover for transport”. Some good options on there.
I had a friend custom make me one with a 3D printer.
Ryan and I both have one just like T and that thing is outstanding! Before that I used to carry them in the original packaging in my pack then screw them on when I got my decoys set.
I just use the ones that Magnus makes. Work great, no need to modify the quiver hood.
I sometimes use the Magnus covers, but 125gr heads those stick way outside my quiver and get snagged on brush etc. So mostly I either carry them in a plastic container or original packaging and screw on when I get set up.
I made a cheap quiver extension to enclose the heads similar to T-Roy's fancy 3D printed model, but again, the 125 heads are so much bigger I found that to be cumbersome also.
I used the ones that Magnus makes, but didn't have good luck with them. Mike was great (as he always is) and replaced them, but I had several fall apart. Like smarba said, they stuck out a long ways from my quiver hood and frequently get cracked/destroyed by sticks, etc. That hood that t-roy, Ryan, and I got is outstanding!
lol I thought this thread was about how to carry the decapitated turkey heads in the woods lol.
LOL Adam! Everyone knows you wear them on a necklace!
I'm watching Marco Polo on Netflix and they carry their decapitated heads hung by the hair, off the saddle. About 4 heads per side, max, when riding.
Well, that would be fine until the hair starts to slip......
I carry my 12 gauge on my shoulder
I use the quiver adapters that Magnus makes, I unscrew the heads put them into the quiver adapter then put 2 quiver adapters back to back and rubber band then together and throw them into my pack. When I get to my hunting blind I screw them back onto the arrows and I am ready to hunt.
I use the adapters that Magnus offers (get two in my quiver) and then I put another head in the adapter and use either zip ties around the slots where the blades go (easily slide on/off or electrical tape to keep the head in the adapter. I carry that one in my pack.
If I shoot 3 arrows in a day, ugh, that’s gonna be a rough day. Haha.
I use a 4x3 block of foam and cut out some foam for the head to fit. Each block can carry one head per side. Then I can carry them in the pocket of my turkey vest. Screw them on once in the blind.
You have a friend, t-roy?