Safari Tuff Arrowmaster

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Safari Tuff Arrowmaster

Post by Old_Man » Wed Aug 01, 2018 10:58 am

Any one tried one of these? Looking for a good stalking quiver for wet/soggy hunting since our season opens in prime wet/hurricane season. (<60 days!)

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Re: Safari Tuff Arrowmaster

Post by Asymetryczna » Wed Aug 01, 2018 11:47 am

I have not used one like that. I use a bowquiver when hunting and find that's all I normally need, but I also have a basket-like (rattan) carry quiver that I can attach to a pack and carry more arrows if needed. I traded for it in Asia. You might try ETSY.COM and search for quivers. There are a lot of artisans and crafty people there, which will provide you other options. Like most things archery, cost is relative. Additionally, the ArcheryTalk forum has had discussions about quivers and on BushcraftUSA.com there is a thread about "tactical quivers." https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/ ... er.128725/ Hope you find what you need. Good luck. Good hunting.
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