Victory VAP

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  1. ilikefire541

    ilikefire541 Newb

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    Hello guys and girls, I recently upgraded my arrows from Victory V force to VAP's, so far I absolutely love the upgrade, my only question is what quivers are you using with this arrow? The quiver I have is just a little loose and when I shoot one always seems to fall out. The local shops here don't have anything that accommodates the thinner arrows.

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  2. JDUB

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    Most of the newer quivers will hold the thinner diameter arrows...I use an Alpine Power Loc and it works very well for my needs which is to get the arrows to the tree then it comes off the bow and hangs there on an accessory hook.
     
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    headstrong Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I use rampage arrow which are small diameter and my rage cage quiver holds them really tight
     
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    ShaneB22 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I had a cheap apex quiver that held them good.
     
  5. AdamC

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    Most all new quivers hold them as mentioned above. I think my old quiver would of held them fine when it was new but before I switched to vaps the fatter arrows stretch out the rubber
     
  6. Aaron Jones

    Aaron Jones Weekend Warrior

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    I added little strips of electrical tape on my quiver and it tightened it all up perfectly.

    I asked the same question to my local bow shop and instead of him just selling me a new one he told me to do the electrical tape thing and it worked like he said it would!
     

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