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Jackmac613
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Does anyone have a diagram or photos on how this quiver mounts properly on the bow? It's the version with the two spring arms, one at top and bottom. No screw mounts. Thank you.
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Theres this which should help.
http://www.archeryhistory.com/quivers/quiverspics/bear73.jpg

Im sure others will supply more. Nice find!

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Thank you. I actually had one of these back in the '60s but I couldn't remember for sure how it went on. This looks like an old Bear advertising photo, so I'll assume they knew. Thanks again!
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I've had one of these kicking around for awhile...
So, I figured why not...?? I dusted off an old 43# 1969 Grizzly and put it on. Took a little work & wiggling to get it to sit "just right" as usual... Hmmm, pretty cool!!! I dug trough the arrow bucket, and found some white fletched 45-50# cedars, and loaded it up... Hmmm, NICE!!! So... I took it out back, and flung a few arrows at "Bucky the Button Buck"

Well, if "Bucky" was hide & hair, instead of foam, I'd have a tree full of venison! Lmao!!! Nice & quiet, no shake or rattle... So, I came back inside, dug some old green Razorheads out of the arrow box. Lit my propane torch, and swapped the field points for Razorheads... Then, I went out back and shot it again.....
I don't think I'll be christening my new Kodiak T/D this year!!!

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May The Great Spirit Guide Your Arrows..... Happy Hunting!!!

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