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TRAP
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Okay guys lets see em.

Vintage Bow quivers, back quivers, side quivers etc etc.

I know there are some neat ones out there because they pop up in threads from time to time. Lets get them in one place to showcase them.

I'll start with a few that are in my small collection.

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I'll dig up a few more pics but this should get us started.

Trap

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Only thing I have worth posting is an origina St. Charles Back quiver...However, I am technologically challeaned and have a crappy digital camera...so y'all will have to use your imigination.

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JACK MILLET-TBG,TGMM Family of the Bow


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While you are digging Trap I got this one out
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This quiver took over 4 years to complete, and it wasn't till Trap spotted the pouch on **** that my quiver was complete. I am darned glad I didn't have to buy it incomplete from AIGPLAST.............wait a minute! AIG? [scared]
I have heard those three letters before!! Wow! Nah-couldn't be!!

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Earl E. Nov...mber
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Like Jack, I am technically challenged, or just plain tired of registering on any darn sights any more, but I do have a couple keepers, a Western and a 1960 North Woods..
If someone wants to post them I'll send pic's tomorrow.. (Need to take a picture or two of the North Woods, but Daryl, in the mean time get rid of that broom handle, and get a proper file

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I'll post the pics if you can send them to me Ken.

As for the file, hey gotta start somewhere. Eventually the proper one will come along but for now it is what it is.

Bjorn, that quiver is the epitome of traditional archery IMO. Developed by Glenn St. Charles and sold by Bear Archery. Does it get any better than that? Thanks for sharing it with us.

keep em coming guys, I know there's some green 8 arrows on some SKs out there somewhere.

Trap

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Thought I better get this one up before someone else shows a better one LOL!
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That's mounted to a very pretty old Grizzly with a nice Maple tip overlay.
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[clapper] [thumbsup] [clapper]

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Here's a few on my favs.One of my prizes is the middle quiver with no slot for the Bear Archery bleeder blade nore does it have silk screens also black-ish rather then brown..Value is probley not that much but a cool peace of archery history.bowdoc  -
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Here's the early no bleeder blade type Bear screw on quiver.But the best sofare for me to look at is for sure Bjorn's St with the possibles pouch.Thats the coolest of them all.I just love those quivers...bowdoc....  -
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Where would you date that 4 Arrow Doc?

A prototype prior to the bubblehead with bleeders, from 53-54 maybe?

That's cool.

Trap

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Here's a Tape On I played around with a bit. I call it the "Great Northern Bear"

Straps are GN and it incorporates the GN rubber tubes to make it adjustable. The slightly longer quiver keeps the arrows from flopping around so much and quiets things down quite a bit.

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Seeing Bjorn's cool scabbard brings back bad memories of a poor decision..
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Yes Trap about 52-54 ish...Earlie....I know what you mean....bowdoc
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Does anybody think a piece of bicycle innertube would work as a bow finish protector for those spring arm quivers? And does anybody have any long spring arms? I got 2 of these that are okay for super mags, but need longer arms for a superK.

My wife will kill me if I start collecting the real nice ones you guys have!

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