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wolfhawaii
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This is really cool....well explained and illustrated...I would like to try this sometime...definitely hope this goes in the How To section! Wado, Steve
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Blaine
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TTT I am tired of having to do a search after each step. Pics to follow.

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skillet
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Do you stuff anything in the bottom of the quiver? Does it carry broadheads ok?

Very nice....

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R.C. Evans
Blacksmith & Bladesmith Apprentice. Chaser of deer and squirrels. Builder of mediocre bows and some nice arrows. "I've never been lost, but have been might misplaced on occassion."

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tms
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I've never put anything in the bottom, as I think that the taper helps to keep the arrows from rolling around too much.

I've never tried broadheads in it, as I think that it would be too noisy for a hunting quiver.

Tom

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