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Obe-Wan
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Hi folks, I was googling Quiver images and found this. Anyone know who the maker is? It's exactly what I'm after.

Cheers, Scott.

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RJonesRCRV
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If you can't find the specific maker, there are plenty of guys here on this site that can make one for you.

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Dave Nash
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Oklahomaleatherman. Look in sponsors classifieds. I bought one and love it. It's a little different than the one you posted but might like this one better. Good luck

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centaur
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quote:
Originally posted by Dave Nash:
Oklahomaleatherman. Look in sponsors classifieds. I bought one and love it. It's a little different than the one you posted but might like this one better. Good luck

Yes, he makes a great quiver and it looks very similar to the pictured one.  -

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J. Holden
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I believe raptor archery also sells a similar style of side quiver.

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Looks like an old Jack Bower (retired) or Raptor, I believe Lost Nation makes one too
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M60gunner
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X2 toddster. I was looking as well, ended up making my own from the "build alongs" on this site.
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Tony Van Dort
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There are numerous makers that have cloned that quiver. I agree with the group....buy one here from one of the sponsors here on TG.
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McDave
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Three Rivers, also a sponsor, sells several styles of this quiver. This is a fairly popular quiver. Before you buy one, check out the SafariTuff version of this quiver, which I consider the ultimate off-bow trad hunting quiver.

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Saw some today at RMSG.

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Big Jim also a sponsor has one as well!
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Mr. fingers
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Big Jim also a sponsor has one as well!
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Hoosierarcher88
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What is the purpose in the open side on some of the back quivers like the one he is asking about

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quote:
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

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