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    whats the lightest quiver and sight

    Looking to drop some weight off my bow for packing in and was curious to what some of you guys think

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    Ive been eyeing axt products pretty hard. The carbon carnivore looks awesome.

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    whats the weight on that one hard stalk ? the octane deadlock is the one I'm eye balling says it holds 5 arrows and weighs .4 lbs

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    does any one use the hha sight i would love to go to a 1 pin sight just worried about having to range and adjust the sight in a fast paced hunting cesnairo

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    Kwikee 3 comes in at 5.6 oz. -- but you only get 3 arrows.

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    Here is a link for the carbon carnivore.

    http://www.archerxtreme.com/carbon-carnivore.html

    Here is there quiver the carbon vapor.

    http://www.archerxtreme.com/carbon-vapor.html

    They have more sights and quivers on their site.

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    Axt is a great quiver but i really like the new carbon tight spot. Super light very adjustable. And did i say light?

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    This might be a little off subject. Do you guys , if you have time, knock an arrow and take your quiver w/ arrows off you bow and set it aside? I shoot much better without my quiver and can hold my bow much longer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKC View Post
    This might be a little off subject. Do you guys , if you have time, knock an arrow and take your quiver w/ arrows off you bow and set it aside? I shoot much better without my quiver and can hold my bow much longer.
    I always practice with a full quiver so that is how I shoot while hunting. Archery is all about consistence and repeatability.
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CrimsonArrow View Post
    I always practice with a full quiver so that is how I shoot while hunting. Archery is all about consistence and repeatability.
    Same here crimson arrow, I always practice with quiver fully loaded

 

 

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