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soap creek
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Thanks for the complement Tim, and glad you and the Vixen are getting along so good. Its always nice to know that who ever you traded or sold something to are happy with what they got.
And Bud's a really good teacher.

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Very well done Soap Creek!

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Okay, this thread has gone on long enough without anyone posting up that special feature Bud puts into the quivers he builds for us and more importantly, for St. Jude's.

I truly enjoy the daily use I get with this special piece of equipment, but I'll never forget what was staring at me the day I opened it a year ago.....and what I see when I lay it on my workbench from time to time.

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For all you do for St. Jude's Bud......God Bless You! Come on y'all.....show off your artist' remarque!

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Wooo hoooo!!


You're on a roll [Smile]

And thanks Rob and all for the kind words.

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My arrows are full length carbons. I would need a quiver maybe 25 - 26" deep I think. Does that sound right ? The BQ I currently own is 21.5" deep and the arrows constantly rub on the clouds as I walk. Is the depth the problem here ?
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I have made several that came out well and very functional. But, where were you when I needed you? Well done, Sir. Anyone with any handy skills can follow your directions to a perfect quiver

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Bud B.
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quote:
Originally posted by ChuckC:
My arrows are full length carbons. I would need a quiver maybe 25 - 26" deep I think. Does that sound right ? The BQ I currently own is 21.5" deep and the arrows constantly rub on the clouds as I walk. Is the depth the problem here ?
ChuckC

Go no longer than 23". The strap mount location for the bottom half will help as well. If you want the quiver to set a little lower, place the strap connection a little closer to the mid point on the quiver rather than closer to the base. You can also attach the top part a little closer to the top we well, but don't go too close. Depth really isn't the problem. It is strap location. If your quiver body gets too long your arms will have to get longer as well.

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Mike Vines
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Very impressive Bud. You do fine work.

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Great project. I'll be making one of these.
Thanks

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Bud B.
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Thanks Mike

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ChuckC
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Bud, I am guessing they ARE longer for my longer draw. Currently the arrows stick up well above the top of my head. I will try lowering the unit. Thanks
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Bud B.
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TTT

Making another this year for the St. Jude auction.

Bid it up [Wink]

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Bud B. makes a great quiver! I love mine from last years auction. [archer]
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Im very interested in making one of these Hill Quivers. I read the description and looked at the images, unfortunately now that I go back in preparation for the project the images are not visible. Is there a way to see the images again? Thanks for all the help.
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That's a good question Mike...I'm going to ask Bud if he can rebuild this one...a very good reference!
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