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    Bill, that is a bow quiver, a bow mounted quiver. Perhaps that is what the OP was looking for?
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    I'm currently experimenting with a kwikee kwiver, holds 4 arrows, but is a little noisy/twangy when shooting
    https://kwikeekwiver.com/4-arrow-qui...e-quiver-cover

    Have tried a Stirling UK archery one, very heavy and pulls bow over

    Selway and thunderhorn makes seem to get good reviews and both have models that can fit on one piece or takedown bows

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    To hold my bow in field archery I use the same kit as on a target range; my arm.

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    I shoot AGB field archery and bow quivers (The quivers that carry arrows attached to the bow) are banned as they could be set up as sighting aids, range finding aids or stabilisers. (Plus I use an English Longbow, and have no idea how to fit one)

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    Quote Originally Posted by English Bowman View Post
    I shoot AGB field archery and bow quivers (The quivers that carry arrows attached to the bow) are banned as they could be set up as sighting aids, range finding aids or stabilisers. (Plus I use an English Longbow, and have no idea how to fit one)
    I can use my arrow held in my fingers to gauge range but not if it’s attached to my bow?....

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    Quote Originally Posted by wully View Post
    I can use my arrow held in my fingers to gauge range but not if itís attached to my bow?....
    Does it work?

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