quiver help !!!

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  1. Bowhunter728

    Bowhunter728 Weekend Warrior

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    hey everybody. i need some help. ive been looking at new quivers and i happened to look at the trophy ridge lite 1 and i like it but i havent been hands on with it. i went to my local bass pro but they naturally didnt have it :(. i have not gone to my local archery shop to try one out yet. my question is has anyone gone hands one with one of these or actually have one and can tell me anything about them and if they are a good buy or if there is anything better.
     
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    I checked one out but wasn't impressed last year. My favorite quiver is a Fuse Vector Streamline XT quiver. It is like a Tight spot but has a loop for hanging the quiver from a hook in tree. Apex game changer is also nice but heavier. The Alpine Power loc is a great quiver if you want super light.
     
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    ok fantastic i will check them out as well. i was only going by youtube vids on it and the one from Ikes outdoors said it was good but i wanted to check it out before buying one hahaha.
     
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    I looked at the apex yesterday as well and it looks well made and it doesn't have foam so you won't have to worry about expandables coming open taking them in and out.
     
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    Tight spot was my first quiver & I don't see any reason to switch. Flawless IMO.


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    can't go wrong with a tight spot
     
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    Tightspot is awesome. Yes it is expensive, but it is worth every penny to me. I switched from the 5 arrow to the 3 last season, but both are great quivers.
     
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    I like quivers without the foam, I think I have an apex nano or something like that.
    Honestly it holds the arrows and stays on the bow until I get to the tree. There's probably alot of guys like me.
    If I were out west and did some stalking, then I'd probably want a tight spot, darn good quality.
     
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    That's why that Fuse quiver is so nice, its a tight spot but 50%+ cheaper and you can take it off easy and hang it from the built in hook on the hood.
    FUSE Archery Accessories
     
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    Wow that's a nice quiver.
     
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    ImageUploadedByBowhunting.com Forums1473472381.885893.jpg I just got the G5 quiver and I love it. It also came with a built in piece that allows you to screw the quiver into the tree you are hunting. Paid $59.99.
     
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    Shut up and take my money!!! :cool:
     
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    lol right
     
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    i looked at this quiver at the local bass pro and i didnt like how it felt. to me it felt to flimsy. any issues as of lately with it?
     

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