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old_goat2
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quote:
Originally posted by ranger 3:
I have a Dryad riser, do you put the straps on the limbs or riser?

They go on the limbs unless you buy a limb bolt model or have quiver inserts installed on your riser. I'm s big fan of the Selway Quivers and one of the reasons other than they are a top notch quiver is because Drew from Selway is answering questions on your thread! I personally like their quick disconnect limb model because I can remove them from the bow and keep the arrows in it versus the slide on models that you have to take the arrows out of it.

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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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Wheels2
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I tried a Great Northern side mount but ended up taking it off once on stand any way. Currently waiting on the return of my Covert Hunter riser from Border where I am.having them install inserts for a QD.
Likely going to sell off the GN.
I just prefer the quiver off for hunting.

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Border Covert Hunter 48# and 54# limbs,60"
Hoping for the first traditional harvest this year....

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danshao
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Have used efa, kwikee and great northern and currently use kwikee 4 arrow.

Dont like how it change the balance of the bow completely moving the weight up higher and further to the right than the other two. But it’s fast to put on and off and it can be fastened to my tenzing archery pack around the waist to liberate my bow from it if I choose to.

If I didn’t have this choice I’d probably go with efa because it’s so light. And mounted on the limbs it doesn’t change the weight allocation much.

Great northern is just pure eye candy. And I like the attachment best in the strap on world where you don’t have to tighten the strap extremely for it to stay put.

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Drew

What’s the new slide on like??

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I bought a Big Jim and happy with it, he is a sponsor on here.

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Mitch, the new one is designed to fit limbs thats are quite small enough for the longbow slide on and aren't quite big enough for the recurve slide on. The one bow that comes to mind when we designed this is the stalker coyote. The slide on slot for the new one is 1-1/4"

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