BTX Quiver recommendation?

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  1. striperday

    striperday Newb

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    Just picked up a new BT-X 31. I have a QAD rest with a Dovetail Axcel sight. I'm looking for a good quiver that is durable that will be removed when I shoot. Any recommendations would be appreciated. Thanks People!
     
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    Fullrut1 Weekend Warrior

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    I just picked up a limbsaver quiver in lost camo for my new halon. It seems pretty well built, and is quiet. I also shoot with my quiver off, just couldn't bring myself to buy a Mathews or tightspot.
     
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    If you are going to remove it when you shoot, find one you like the looks of and a price you like and you're good to go. If you want to shoot with it on, I always recommend Tightspot and they are all I use. But I do not recommend Tightspot quivers when folks just remove them, they are too expensive for that lol.
     
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    I have a treelimb quiver that I would sell you for a good price. It's used but functional. Only removed it because I bought a tightspot.


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    kwikee kwiver are reasonable and available in various sizes from 3 to 6 arrows. plus you can pickup extra brackets and have one on your bow, one on your pack, one on your tree stand, etc. solid product and versatile.
     
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    Tight spot quivers are the best in my opinion.
     
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    Depending on your broad head preference you have to be careful with the Kwikee Quiver.. I have one that attaches to my vertical crossbow. 3 arrows with the ramcats on them is a tight fit to the point where you hit against each other when you put them in. I do like the way it attaches and detaches quickly though.
     
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    roger that, the larger fixed blade could be a challenge with the little 3 arrow kwikee. it is a very compact, light quiver...which is why I like it and it works well with the broadheads I currently favor (slick trick standard, Montec CS, or two blade single bevel). Expect most if not all mechanicals would also work well...though I don't use them. the larger kwikee kwivers are not as compact and will handle larger broadheads.
     
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    I have been a Mathews bow owner for 11 years. I switch for the first time to Bowtech. I really loved the Mathews quiver and I must say I still have a crush on it. However I have decided to go with the treelimb quiver. It kina locks on the same way. Thanks for the help guys!
     

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