Mounting Quiver on HHA Single pin sight

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  1. Ztachick

    Ztachick Weekend Warrior

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    Hey guys just got a new set up and I am trying out a single pin sight for the first time.
    My set up is new Hoyt Nitrum with a HHA optimizer lite and i was wondering if anyone has pictures of how they have their quiver set up on their bow or sight?
     
  2. Justin

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    The sight should come with a set of bushings and screws to mount your stabilizer off the bow to clear the wheel or slider. That works pretty well however I prefer to use the Tight Spot quiver mounting bracket. It mounts between your sight and your riser and allows you to mount your quiver up high to avoid the sight bracket.

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    I've heard of guys using the G5 quiver adapter as well but haven't seen it first hand. (see pic below)

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  3. Ztachick

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    you can attach some quiver on the riser..i have hha 5019 and use trophy ridge threat quiver..you got 3 diferent adapter for diferent bow..bear , mathews, hoyt..look on the picture..
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    Same here, I use the bracket in the same way Justin does. It keeps my Tightspot in nice and close and still allows good access to my 5519's knob and slide lever.

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    I like the riser mounted quiver option best so far. When I shoot I usually take the quiver off any way and this makes it easier.
     
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    I never put mine on but haven't done any 3d or anything i carry my arrows in backpack put my quiver in side compartment
     
  8. stillmanchad

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    I had the same problem. I obtained some longer 1.5" bushings and it held the quiver far enough off the sight to access the dial.
     

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