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    sandsarchey.com has them. Hit Steve up on this forum and he can usually get you a good deal.

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    Great in the tight bush when you have to bash through thick crap. Holds the arrows super well because of the adjustable clamps. My next quiver will be a tightspot.
    People in SUV's and suburbs will kill more game animals than a man with a bow, ever could.

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    I picked up one of these for my Carbon Element a few weeks back. I usually prefer two piece quivers but had a hard time finding one that works on the carbon hoyt. A friend had a TightSpot so I shot it on the bow for a week or so and really liked it. They are nice and worth the price tag IMO. You won't be disappointed if you get one.

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    I have one on my EVO and it is the best quiver I have ever owned, the foam insert leaves a little to be desired since I don't shoot mechanical heads.

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    Love mine.

    Just wish the foam was a little more dense. But then it might weigh a minascule more. oh no.

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    All the paint wore off of the allen screw heads on mine and they are starting to rust. Think I'm gonna write to Tightspot considering I paid $150 for it.

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    i paid around $50 for mine in a clearence bin a few years ago. i was told it was a proto type. the foam has long since disapearred and i have to keep an eye on all the allen screws that keep coming loose, but i am still useing it today. i like it.

 

 

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