Quiver for Easton Carbon Injections

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  1. Parkerg31

    Parkerg31 Weekend Warrior

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    Hey all I just switched over to the 4mm deep six size Injection arrows from Easton. The only problem with them is they slide out of my quiver. Does anyone recommend a certain one that will hold the arrows snug?
     
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    muzzyman88 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I'm a big fan of the Tight Spot Quiver. I just picked one up this summer and love the thing. You won't find a more adjustable quiver in terms of arrow retention.
     
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    I'll second that. I use one too and you can tighten the area where the arrow shaft is gripped so it will work for all shaft diameters. Not the cheapest quiver but it is the lightest and most versatile I've found.
     
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    Another vote for the Tightspot. I have been using them since 2013 and love them. They are expensive but excellent. I suppose if I took my quiver off and hung it in the tree I wouldn't be so happy. But once I put my quiver on it stays on until the end of season. I just prefer it that way. I have had everything from H size Bloodlines to standard S size Bemans in mine.
     
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    Tight spot adjusts down for them.
     
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    I bought my TS on a whim, and love it. My only gripe with it is the lack of a second gripper. I talked to them about the possibility of ever adding one and they said no. My complaint is that its a pita to get the head into the precut hole with looking inside the quiver hood or "fishing" for it with the broadhead. A second gripper would align it nicely. They did however offer a second solution. Magnets in the hood. Using rare earth heavy duty magnets, the head would be sucked into place. I bought some magnets and played with it, but I didn't like how it worked. Other than that... best quiver out there.
     
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    Another vote for tightspot. Won't buy another quiver ever again.


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    SharpEyeSam Legendary Woodsman

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    I shoot the same arrows on my Halon 6. What quiver do you currently have?

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    Right now a cheap bear alpine quiver that came on my last bow. I recently got a halon so I would like somethings that looks sweet with it. By the way your set up is sexy.


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    Thanks. The new Mathews Arrow Web HD Quivers hold arrows better than any of the other Mathews Quivers to date.
     
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    Thanks. Where could I get the Matthews accessories? Lancaster says their stuff is buy in store only.


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