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    Question Tight Spot Quiver

    Any of you guys got a review you can share of this quiver?

    I'm bringing a couple in and just wanted a heads up. I've heard good reviews over on AT.

    Thanks,

    Taylor

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    Best quiver on the market, hands down. Works like it advertises and is a breeze to get on and off. I was "gifted" one by taking a friend of a friend out caibou hunting a couple of years ago. Joe didn't work for them at the time, but was soon hired on to be the main Joe for the Tight Spot. He's a great guy and sent me a quiver for free in appreciation for the hunt. I took the March musk ox, an April caribou and an August grizzly with it on the bow and it does make a difference compared to other quivers, especially with the balance of the bow and the reduced torque in the wind. Easy to remove, adjust and holds the arrows in rock solid.

    I didn't want a quiver on my Switchback XT because of the balance and weight, so I liked the idea of the Tight Spot being so easily removable.

    One of the new positive advancements in modern archery.


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    Thanks Jerod, that's what I was looking for!

    Feel better about it already. They are pretty spendy.

    Taylor

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marc Taylor View Post
    They are pretty spendy.
    The price was right on mine.

    I didn't see what they retailed for, but I think word of mouth will move these off the shelves.

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    Took one of these puppies home last night.

    Liked:
    It becomes a part of your riser. I mean hugs TIGHT.
    I no longer have any right cant, although slight it was. GONE.
    It can be adjusted to tilt forward or back, and is adjustable up or down.
    My bow has a much better "Feel".


    Dislike:
    ONE ounce heavier than the Mathews T-5 that I replaced.


    That's one DYNAMITE quiver. The three I ordered are GONE.


    More in soon.

    Taylor

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    Well, from a member of the Tight Spot Pro Staff, we appreciate your business.

    I figured you would like it. The biggest benefit I saw is how it hugs the bow, and eliminates the lopsided weight (canting) especially when at full draw for a long time. Give it a try in the wind and you'll notice the difference even more.

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