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Traditional Bow Accessories

LAZY EYED SNIPER

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Have any questions about Traditional Bow Accessories? What do you like to use? Let's see some pics and discussion...
 

MikeD

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Here's my current quiver of choice.
It's a Safari Tuff back quiver. I actually use this for all my bows, not just the traditional ones. Its got a nice pocket to hold some gear, it's quiet, stays out of the way and keeps the fletching dry in bad weather.

I have a combination of my recurve and compound arrows in it at the moment.

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MikeD

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I just ran across these pics while searching for something else. This is a back quiver I made a few years back.

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I seem to have "crafty" skills. Hell I even crocheted the hat I was wearing in my "Monster Down" thread.


Note: The femininity of crocheting is negated by the manliness of making something to use while hunting. I just want to be clear on that. I was prepared well to be self sufficient. LOL
 

MikeD

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Nice work. I like the almost woodgrain look of the lighter brown one. Nice work also on the stiching and basketweave.
 
I seem to have "crafty" skills. Hell I even crocheted the hat I was wearing in my "Monster Down" thread.


Note: The femininity of crocheting is negated by the manliness of making something to use while hunting. I just want to be clear on that. I was prepared well to be self sufficient. LOL

Feminine? Nah... its tying knots with tools - some of them pointy.
 
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