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Lineman72
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Hey guys n gals!

Looking for a r/h back quiver that sits and stays between ear and shoulder. I had HH quiver which was beautiful, but kept sliding down towards my outside shoulder thus making it really difficult for me to extract an arrow. I have short arms and it was like trying to be a contortionist to draw an arrow. I still would like to give back quivers a chance. I actually purchased one on****, it sits where i need it, but its too soft and totally collapses thus making putting arrows back in the quiver, quite arduous. So if anybody can point me in the right direction cuz they are familar with what im going thru, I would be greatly appreciated. I was looking at steve catts and mikes archery leather. I know they both produce quality products, but want to make sure they offer what i need.
Ty
Mike

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Give Art Vincent a call.
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ncheels
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take a look at rasherquivers.

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Ron Roehrick
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Back quivers need to be custom for each shooter for them to fit correctly. Nate Steen and David Miller do a great job.
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trapper
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Dave Wallace makes a great one. He hunts with one which I believes makes a difference on what he does right or wrong with designing the quiver.

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Lineman72
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Thanks all. I had art vincent make me a beautiful back quiver. It was hard at first but has shaped perfectly to me. The arrows stay quiet, hardly any movement. Designed for fit,function and flare! Ty tg

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58WINTERS
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I have had a Catts for a number of years. Typical Catts quality, it is his large (standard) Hill style quiver. I can wear in between the head and shoulder or further off the shoulder by adjusting the strap. Steves quivers are heavy leather but conform to the archer after extended use. They are quite stiff and tube like when new. If I was to have another made, which I am considering, I will have him leave the pocket off.
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Linwood Hines
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I'm looking for a really nicely made backquiver too. How do I find Art V, Catts, etc. - I've looked in the Sponsor Classified but unless their names are in their business name, one doesn't know.

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Linwood Hines
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Steen, etc. too, please.

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No expert , but I love my Boggs
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take the quiver that is is too floppy and sew in or add a cuff to the top and place a ring of coat hander wire i side of it. Then shape the wire in a D shape. The flat part of the D goes on the back and the round part keeps it open for placing arrows back in. I the opening already has a cuff just cut a few stitches and thread the wire into the space in there then twist it together and cut, then reseal cuff.
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MajorJim
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quote:
Originally posted by Linwood Hines:
I'm looking for a really nicely made backquiver too. How do I find Art V, Catts, etc. - I've looked in the Sponsor Classified but unless their names are in their business name, one doesn't know.

Art Vincent is Cedar Ridge. http://archeryleather.com.
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crazynate
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I have the fish scale from art Vincent. Beautiful quiver. The best thing is I told him I am a small guy and I shoot a lot with just a tee shirt on and wanted one that sit up on my a shoulder and that's exactly how it fits. Love it love love it.
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