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old_goat2
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Long title, but wanting to add a little more mass to some one piece bows. Using Selway on most everything now and love them but wondering what's out there!

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David Achatz
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Various bows, but if you see me shooting, it's probably a Toelke in my hand!

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ozy clint
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well worth considering marksman quivers. very well designed and made!

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Had a friend that liked a very heavy bow. In his lighter weight one piece bows he would use a selway and carried a 38" solid stainless rod. LOL....Bow canted REAL easy too.

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Big Jim's, with the kick-back attachment.
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Thunderhorn lynx, you can change the varbon tods fir a steel or alumnium bar to add weight.
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You don't want mine if you want heavy. However, you could always add weights to it I suppose.

My quiver only weighs 5 oz. add the deflex bracket and maybe another 3 more oz.

You could always put some lead weights with two sided tape like they use on aluminum wheels.

BigJim

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I love my great northern quivers. Quiet and never move! I shoot the old Cabelas SST 220 or Beaman with their small gripper. Arrows don’t get any smaller than those and it’s holds them fine.
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quote:
Originally posted by BigJim:

.....You could always put some lead weights with two sided tape like they use on aluminum wheels.

BigJim

My 1st thought too.

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warden415
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I love my great northern quivers. Quiet and never move! I shoot the old Cabelas SST 220 or Beaman with their small gripper. Arrows don’t get any smaller than those and it’s holds them fine.
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The heaviest strap-on I've owned would be the Kanati (Dual-Arc model, I think) which had hardware that allowed adjusting the angle of the hood as well as gripper. The were well made and sold through Anneewakee Archery. Some folks have had trouble contacting them of late, so I don't know if they're still in business. I think I heard somewhere the owner(John Dill) is working at a Marina on the N.C. coast, but can still be reached through Facebook. I think most makers offer different sized gripper options

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Sirius Black
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Great Northern Kickback Extreme with small gripper. I'm using Easton FMJ (17/64") arrows.

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Bear Kodiak

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I'll second the Thunderhorn Linx. Mine has an aluminum adjustable connector. I don't know if it's the heaviest or not but it does add some mass. Mine is several years old, so I don't know about carbon rods. I added snuggers to mine to keep carbon arrows where they belong. Can't beat the quality and the folks at Thunderhorn are great to deal with. They will fix you up with just about anything you need.

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David, we have micro diameter grippers now you can swap out and use with your current setups. I like more weight as well so i went to a 6 arrow.

Just weighed our recurve slide on with a rawhide hood and 6 arrow gripper on our shiping scale. 7oz. The Selway isnt as heavy as some think. Its the arrows that add the weight.

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Drew Kohlhofer

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woodchucker
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I think the rubber Soft-Kote Selways, are heavier...??

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