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greg fields
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kwic lock here too..
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Sam McMichael
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I am another of those guys who never hangs the bow. I lay it across my lap.

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mahantango
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Never hang it either, learned the hard way.

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Bud B.
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Daniel.....

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kwiki X2 I put a piece of Velcro on the bow and on the back of the kwiki then if I want to use another bow I put a piece of Velcro on it and use the same kwiki, no since in buying more than one.

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Passage
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Try canoe arrow holders from www.tradwoodsman.com
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stagetek
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Try the "Perfect" arrow holder from Grayling. The Footed Shaft has them. 5 bucks.
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mj seratt
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My wife and I have the kwik-lok on all our hunting bows. There's lots of times when it comes in handy, and I've never found anything negative about them.

Murray

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suburbanirma
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An arrow holder can be made by cutting off the leading part of an arrow fletch. Trim it up and glue to the outside of the shelf with fletchtite. This feather doesn't interfere with either drawing the arrow or the arrow going past it, and it holds the arrow on the shelf if you hang the bow while treestand hunting. Works for stalking, too.
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South MS Bowhunter
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Thanks Thomas!

I was hunting this afternoon with a new bow that has a more narrow shelf then my other bows and I remembered that someone had posted about this feather aid sometime in the past.

And I had purposed to find that post and lo and behold you bring it the idea up, thanks!

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Kwic locs on all my hunting bows.
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Roy from Pa
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elkhunter-27, LMAO
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