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    tight spot quiver

    anyone been using the tight spot quiver? you like it? worth the cost?

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    I know quite a few guys that swear by them. I personally have never used one but will be putting one on my next set up for sure

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    Yes they are well worth it. I had one on my bow this year and it was awesome. I carried my bow on my pack for a week with the quiver facing out and dragging it though some nasty stuff and never had a single problem.

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    thanks guys. ill be getting one. you think it does a pretty good job taking in the extra vibration?

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    I also have the tight spot, it is a very well built quiver. There is no vibration or noise if you properly adjust the rubber dampner against your riser. Well worth the money in my opinion.

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    I picked one up tonight at cabelas. It is marked strother brand but exactly the same and save 10$. Inside the package, it says tight spot. I just installed it on my bow and can't wait for the sun to rise to fling some arrows.

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    Love the Tight Spot!!! Excellent quiver!

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    Best quiver ever!!!!!


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    My buddy's swear by them, but I couldn't justify the cost. Although I managed to get one for Xmas. I look forward to testing it out.

 

 

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