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ranger 3
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What quiver do you guys used on a ILF recurve bow?

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Black widow PLX 48@28
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babs
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Slide on selway

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Border tempest hex 7
Border tempest 25 hex 6.5
L.H.A Hayestani Combo 47lbs @28
Bob Lee camo dipped 47lbs @ 29
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Gillo riser & Hoyt GMX riser
Hoyt GMX & RCX 1000 limbs

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TightSpot!

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JR Williams
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I used a tight spot on my excel. It worked great. On my tiburon I use the Hoyt one designed for it.

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If you don't want a quiver on your bow, look at the Powderhorn stalker
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Art Vincent does really good work.


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EFA!

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I'm not shooting an ILF bow, but I just got a Linx Quiver from Thunderhorn and it's absolutely beautiful.

If you don't want a bow quiver, take a look at the Cedar Ridge Leatherworks Powderhorn quiver or the ShrewBows Mantis quiver.

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I agree with DeerSpotter. Art Vincent does great work. I have his Stalker side quiver. Also you might consider Safari Tuff quivers.

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I like a Kwikee Kwiver on my warf ILF bow. No nonsense and works....on a budget too. My wood recurves sport a Thunderhorn Lynx.

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Our slide on works flawless on an ILF rig. If price on our rawhide quivers are an issue we just came out with an new barebones hood to make the quivers more affordable, with the same attachment system. We sell them for $50. Give us a call if we can help.
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Yup, I'm with Drew here. Can't think of a better quiver for ILF rigs than the Selway Slide On.

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I love my selway slide on quivers. Have not slid one on any recurve or longbow yet, that the overall feel of shooting qualities didn't improve. They are giant limb savers if you think about it. They are rock solid to boot

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I run a GN and a thunder horn...both strap ons
They work perfect on my ILFs...nothing against selway, but a slide on is a pain to take off and on if you need/want to

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You didn't say what kind of riser you have, but if it is a metal riser, you could always drill and tap
for a bolt-on quiver which is what I have done and it works very well.
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ranger 3
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I have a Dryad riser, do you put the straps on the limbs or riser?

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