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    Bow Quiver

    Anybody use a bow quiver when out in the field/ woods, if so, which do you use??

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    Yes. I use the same forward facing quiver that I use for target (a birthday present from my wife when I started archery 20 years ago). That way I can carry several spare arrows as we usually loose one, or two, or .. You can see it in the photos on www.facebook.com/argyllfieldarchers/ along with lots of other photos taken around the field course at Inverawe.

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    He asked about a BOW quiver not a quiver LOL

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    Oops! If all else fails, read the question. There are, however some archers who go to Inverawe who carry their bows in a sack type thing attached by a belt. I think it is too cumbersome but if it works for them then why not. One of the regulars has recently turned up with a hook arrangement which carries his bow at his waist so it leaves his hands free. I merely slip it over my shoulder and carry it that way through the course.


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    Sorry TT but there is nothing that I could see that matches the bow holder I mentioned. It attaches to his quiver belt and the bow is secured by a loop of bungee. It is, however, one of the worst sites I've ever looked at.

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