Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by TJ McKenzie, Jun 22, 2019.
That is why if you are going to hunt with the quiver on, practice with the quiver on.
I notice a difference but it's no where near 3-4 inches. I only noticed balancing differences.
have someone else grab your bow, then climb up a tree stand, then move as they are shooting a deer ! all the while you are watching from 30 yards or so away---you will notice all the movement from your bow and arrows, it really shows up, especially with bright fletching, I always hang my arrows and never use white fletching
I leave my quiver on when hunting...
Sure, either always on, or always off. Otherwise, re-adjust the scope.
A hip quiver can be as annoying as a bow quiver.
I think this depends on one's style (bow grip), and the change in balance point (bow size + weight, quiver + arrows). For me, it makes said difference.
100% this- that's a lot of shiny sticks moving around in the stand.
I not only hunt with my quiver on, I also shoot 3D's with it on.
Hip quiver is for my target compound and recurves. My hunting/3D rig has a 5 arrow Tight Spot quiver on it.
I used to hunt with it off. Last season, I did an elk hunt and got used to shooting with it on. I have been shooting with it on since then. I may try shooting with it off before season starts. On public land, I cannot use a screw-in bow holder. The rope bow holder I made holds the bow at a funny angle with the quiver on.
Sent from my iPhone using Bowhunting.com Forums
Off in the stand or blind.
Sent from my SM-G960U using Bowhunting.com Forums mobile app
Quiver off in my back pack.
I used to always take it off until I started using the TightSpot Quiver. Now I leave it on.
I take mine off once I'm in my tree stand, or blind
Off. I always keep a gear tie affixed to it at all times I typically put it on a branch or on my stand / accessory hook.
Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
Separate names with a comma.