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Bjorn
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Nice quivers Chuck!
Here's anther Western
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Gonna see if I got some more and I'll post them tomorrow.

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Mike Shaw
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Nice Quivers guys..Love em. Just picked up this tooled Ben Pearson center back quiver this week. It is in remarkable condition and well preserved for it's age.

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it looks brand new! [Cool]
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d. ward
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Darn it,I almost forgot about this somewhat dis-funkie-tional family memeber of ours.I think this one was around 1960.Looks like a nice little hunting quiver ahh ? Nope..wait until you bent over in some brush and the arrows would stick straight up rather then to lay backwards.The brush would kind of sneak an arrow or two out on you from time to time.Next thing you knew your quiver was empty.This one lasted around one year I believe....bowdoc  -
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d. ward
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and then...bd  -
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Mountain_Man
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very nice quivers fellers!!! [clapper]
no better time than now while the topic is active, for a newbie to learn a thing or three... [thumbsup]

can the spring arm quivers be converted for either left or right handed bows?

can the tape on's be "taped" onto the reverse side of bow for lefties without problem?

what are the best quivers for 70's grizzly's and 52" kodiak mags?

i may just use the ole quick-e or back quiver... really like some of the back quivers... but, a little useful info never hurts. [Wink]

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alaskabowhunter
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I don't think the left and rights are interchangable, you could try reversing the bends in a right handed spring arm, or watch e8bay and wait for a lefty to come around. Same for the tape on quiver, you could put it on upside down I guess, but they made left handed models of them as well. good luck.

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This is a great thread, thought I would bring it back up. Being left handed how do I tell RH from LH???


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Stopped at my house for lunch and Checked the PC.

Got these quiver pictures from Kurt. Cool Stuff. Please elaborate Kurt. Thanks for sharing.

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hormoan
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That is a neet one Trap, I do remember vaguely Taylor made products. Don't remember that quiver though.

Maybe in a month or so I'll be back through there [Big Grin]

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d. ward
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I do kind of recall that type quiver but could not remember the name until now.Thank you double D for the pics.That quiver was like the Wiffens.They had wing nuts to tighten the bracket.The more you shot the loser the quiver got.Guy's would crank the nuts done with pliers and crush their limbs.Them were great quivers.Then along came Quickie Quivers.....drill it or crush it you decide...bd
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d. ward
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Here's another odd duck the Tracy Stalker,Stalker Quiver.It mounted so your fletchings were pointing downward just like any other bow quiver did.The problemo was old Tracy had a block of wood in the bottom of the quiver of which you pushed your arrows into the piece of wood.The Stalker had no arrow grippers.Soon as you shot a couple arrows the others would work loss and start falling out.Pretty cool...bowdoc  -
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d. ward
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view 2..bd  -
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d. ward
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and 3.bd  -
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