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Discuss What's in your quiver? at the 3D & Field Archery within Archery Interchange Forums; I was shooting Sunday with a group of more established club members, all of which ...
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    What's in your quiver?

    I was shooting Sunday with a group of more established club members, all of which compete on behalf of the club (I do not yet, but am soon to be sorting out my NFAS membership). On the shoot, i noticed each person had an assortment of different items on on their belt / quiver. I am just curious, what do you have in/on yours?

    Mine for example is an Avalon tec one quiver with a multi-tool, bahco wrecking knife. The customary whistle and a cloth for the dirty arrows.





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    In my quiver or on my belt I have:

    A small multitool
    A large lockknife for digging out arrows
    A small monocular
    A tab
    An armguard
    Gloves
    A whistle
    A scrap of leather for string maintenance
    A bow square
    An arrow rake
    A pencil and sharpie
    Spare nocks
    A spare stick on rest
    A spare string
    A small spanner for adjusting limb alignment
    Tools for button adjustment
    Allen keys for bow adjustment (not a set; just ones that fit something)
    Card with sight marks and target sizes
    Elastoplasts
    Tick Twisters
    A Buff
    A rag for wiping down arrows
    Oh and arrows

    It sounds like a lot but it all packs in my quiver and it's all that I take into the woods apart from my bow.

    The problem that I have is keeping out stuff that shouldn't be there. The other week I found string wax in there; I have no idea why as I use Angel strings and don't need it....
    Where are my dancing penguins? I was promised penguins ............

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    Wow dvd8n, that's a lot. I have 8 arrows, arrow puller and half a pork pie... just in case
    An archers only opponent is his mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KidCurry View Post
    Wow dvd8n, that's a lot. I have 8 arrows, arrow puller and half a pork pie... just in case
    Dude - you're a compounder! If you don't have at least two release aids, five sets of allen keys and a bow stand that you leave everywhere I'll eat my hat.



    Or anyway I'll eat my emergency pastie.........
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    Where are my dancing penguins? I was promised penguins ............

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    Same as KidCurry, but no pork pie. I'd probably ditch the quiver altogether if my pockets were a bit longer...

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    In my quiver? Arrows only (I didn't put any pockets on it - it's fairly minimalist and nearly flat).
    On my belt; a mobile phone, arrow counter and mini-tassel.
    Ever tried? Ever failed?
    Try again. Fail again. Fail better! - Beckett

    The marksman who hesitates is lost. Just take it for granted that you are going to hit and fire away before you have time to doubt the certainty of success. - Annie Oakley, 1894.

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