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Homemade tree quiver holder


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#1 Male OFFLINE   LPJR

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Posted 10/27/16 - 07:35 PM

I shoot my Mathews with my 3 arrow quiver detached from the bow. Too many times I have inadvertently left the costly Alpine Archery plastic holder 20 feet up a tree as I climb down in the dark.

 

A few years ago I brought my detachable quiver to Home Depot and picked out a piece of wood trim/molding that fits with some light pressure tightly into the quiver. I drilled a small hole and put a long sharp drywall screw into it. Once on stand, I screw the piece of molding on my tree and attach the quiver to it. Numerous small quiver attachments were cut from a 4 ft section of molding for a fraction of the price of one new plastic holder.

 

This has worked for my Alpine Archery softlock quiver and may work with a similar designed quiver you may have....Not sure, but it's worth a shot.....The last pic depicts the quiver attached to the piece as if it were on the tree.

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Edited by LPJR, 10/27/16 - 07:38 PM.

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#2 Male OFFLINE   NorthNJHunter

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Posted 10/27/16 - 07:39 PM

Nice job!
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#3 Male OFFLINE   Rusty

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Posted 10/27/16 - 07:43 PM

Clever idea.  


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#4 Male OFFLINE   Leo801

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Posted 10/27/16 - 08:45 PM

Smart


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#5 Male OFFLINE   Silver Belly62

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Posted 10/28/16 - 02:02 AM

:up:  :up:


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#6 Male OFFLINE   Farmingdales Finest

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Posted 10/28/16 - 06:53 AM

Love it!  I am going to have to do this!


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