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Buy once, cry once. Tight Spot all the way.
I too tilted the quiver forward and it transformed the way my bow handles. Wouldn't dream of owning another type of quiver.
Get the Tight Spot. I don't go in for marketing hype, instead preferring to spend my money on tangibles like weight, performance, etc, etc. The TS does things that no other quiver does. It rides extremely close to the centerline of the bow so it doesn't affect the shot as much, it is more adjustable than any quiver I've ever seen, even the individual arrow holders are adjustable for tension. There isn't anything out there that compares.
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Once again I'm gonna have to disagree. As a blue collar bowhunter I have never had the money to just drop $150 on a tightspot quiver. Yeah sure they may be a little better and have a few more bells and whistles then some of the other quivers but $150 is ridiculous. Fuse just came out with the streamline vector xt quiver and sits just as close to the bow as the tightspot and is very adjustable. And the best part, it costs $75 new! Do your homework and you can get a great quiver for much less than $150. Just my two cents
sometimes you get what you pay for. hard to put a price on confidence and competence.
I have tried Easton, Truglo, and Mathews and nothing compares.
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I've been shooting a hand-me down quikee quiver for 9 years. Several times I have considered getting something new and better, but rarely shoot an animal with my quiver on. I do all spot and stalk with my bow, which means crawling out here, so I take my quiver off so I can draw holding my bow lower to the ground and keep it from snagging on weeds and brush.
I'd like to try a TS but can't justify the price when the quiver I have carries my arrows just fine. I know it's not impossible, but it's a rare event that a lesser quiver "costs" you the hunt due to failure. Unless of course, it falls off heading up the ridge without you knowing.
All, I know is that I bought a tightspot several years ago and slowly, but surely, all of my buddies are switching. The only changes they have really made is putting a new rubber head liner, rather than the older foam one, and I would bet you could get a replacement one for an older model too.
On the off chance there are military guys and gals reading this tightspot/blackgold/ripcord offer a military discount, and all of there stuff is made in MT.
I own two.
Alpine soft loc is what i have had for 8years, less than $50 and just as quiet and light weight, can be adjusted up or down and tilted front to back and comes off with no tools. Save the $100 bucks.
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Ill give up all my hunting in Michigan for 2 weeks in the high country