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    Quiver Suggestions?

    Finally will be picking up my Bowtech Experience next week. Any suggestions on quivers? I have a NIB AXT Carbon Vapor but am not sure how well I like it for the price.

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    Tightspot Quivers are pretty awesome IMO. Super low profile, so it doesn't throw off the balance of the bow as much, and the attachment is extremely solid, so it is very quiet.

    I have tried 6-7 quivers in the last 10 years, and I now own two tightspots.

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    Tight spot
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    I bought Tightspot when I bought my Mathews Z7. But since I only carry three arrows in my quiver I went back to a 3 arrow Quickie quiver to save a little weight on the bow. I know its a cheap quiver but it works for how I hunt.

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    +1 for the Tightspot, I love it on my Experience. It is very solid and you will not get any vibration from it while you are shooting.
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    Tight spot and never look back. By far and away the best quiver I've ever used.

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    Tight Spot.
    I love the way you can tilt it forward or back and balance your bow. With a small stabilizer and a forward lean of the quiver my bow is a tad nose heavy and points nicely. Never would have guessed you could do that with a quiver before buying a Tight Spot.

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    I love my tight spot.


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    Picked up the Tight Spot. Love how close it is to the bow vs some of the others.

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    I had a G5 quiver on my old setup it kept coming lose and had a rattle to it. I'm not saying that all G5 quivers have this problem but mine did, so I switched to a Tight Spot last fall, I don't have any complaints about it yet.

 

 

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