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elkken
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Originally posted by Hoosierarcher88:
What is the purpose in the open side on some of the back quivers like the one he is asking about

To slip the arrow out the side instead of the end, you just reach in the opening grab an arrow, pull the head out of the foam and then pull your arrow out in a forward motion


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I could do one similar for you if you wish too. I could even do tooling and custom colors as desired and would make it to whatever dimensions you want for overall length to match your arrows and strap to fit your body.

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Thanks for the replies folks, I would say that it's the Sidestalker II Quiver from Lost Nation. I'll order it soon and give some feedback on it once it arrives.

Cheers, Scott.

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Yep. I had a couple of Jack's quivers. I believe they were called the side stalker? Nice latigo leather and pretty functional. I also liked the Safari Tuff quivers very much.

Rob..

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There is an older version of Jack's quiver for sale in the classifieds

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Lost nation archery sells that quiver.

I have one, and really enjoy it.

You should be able to find it here:

http://lostnationarchery.com/index.php/product/view/side_stalker_ii

Best of luck!

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https://www.3riversarchery.com/latigo-side-stalking-quiver.html

Another similar quiver for consideration (in you have not purchased already).

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Hoosier they are not back quivers though I suppose you could maybe use one as such. They are designed to be worn over the shoulder and at the side as shown. Pretty versatile.
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I think there is still one in the local shop. It is well constructed and the leather is very thick

I made mine-it has built in file and knife pockets. I also put a piece of springy aluminum at the top-hidden by leather, so I can just drop arrows in without twisting my torso or backing the fletching against the quills. These side quivers are versitile and quiet.

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Definitely Jack Bowers (including the Solo-Stalker sheath with the archer character) and I think that was the version is the Stealth as sold (formerly) by Dean Torges.

http://www.bowyersedge.com/stealth.html

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I have a similar Bowers sheath in black I bought directly from Jack. With a file sheath and different "collar" Love it.

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I added a fleece hood on 1/8" bungee lines for better concealment and silence.

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