removable quivers...

evan williams

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So it was asked lets hear your answers:

For those guys AND GALS :) running removable style quivers do you take them off?

If you are ... under what conditions?

I personally practice with mine off until about the middle of June and then its on all the time. I don't ever take if off on stalks, setting up, or once I am in my treestand. I have had enough second chance opportunities on animals I wanted to harvest that had I now had my arrows RIGHT THERE I would never have punched the tag.
 

J-Daddy

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Depends on where I'm at and what I'm doing....
Whitetail hunting from a stand or blind, I take my TightSpot off. Turkey hunting, off...Spot n' Stalk out west, it stays on all the time.
 

pronghorn

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I have never had a reason to take my Tight Spot off. I probably should have last year on a big 4x5 in a strong side wind, but he didn't stick around long enough for it to matter. My bow is set up to balance and aim with the quiver on.
 
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bearguide

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i never take mine off, and i practice with arrows in the quiver. shooting with the quiver on is different than with it off, and can change your impact point
 

Jared Bloomgren

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During spot and stalk I always have a quiver on. In the blind off most times....treestand about 50/50. But I always practice with one on!
 
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