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    Default Help with a quiver

    I've narrowed it down to 3 brands. Apex Nano 5 arrow, Vortxx 4 arrow, and a softlock 5 arrow. It's mounting on an X-force and I plan on shooting with it attached unless I'm in a tree stand in the spring and it's easy to remove. I've read a lot of good things about the softlock but I was wondering if anyone has experience with the other two brands good or bad. Thanks in advance for any advice.

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    Forum Sponsor PM Asman's Avatar
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    If I had those three sitting in front of me, I would pick-up the Soft-Loc ... if you put a fourth out there, the SVL quiver ... between the two, it would be a tough choice allbeit the Soft-Loc is lighter.

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    If you did not now this, if you practice with your quiver on and then remove it when you go hunting. This can cause you to shoot different. I would suggest to practice with it on and off so you can see if you bow shoots different.
    I would go with the Soft-Loc
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    Quote Originally Posted by Alaska Gray View Post
    This can cause you to shoot different.
    This is why i dont even have a quiver on my bow, it can also cause a different shot if your quiver is empty or full. I went with a horn hunter quiver backpack that i picked up off of eBay for around $40.

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    Thanks Folks- I've always been the bow quiver type just been out of the scene for awhile. I would only shoot it without the quiver maybe if I'm in a tree stand and would definitely have it dialed in for that. I'll have to play around with a 4 or 5 arrow quiver with it both loaded and empty to see what the TQ difference would be. I kind of liked the looks of the other two quivers but I think I'll play it safe due to your suggestions and other reviews I've read. Thanks fer the guidance!


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