Arrow Master Quiver - Andy Man

I just got a arrow master quiver looks like it might work for me I just can't get along with a bow mounted quiver (balance thing ) have been using a Asbel style and has worked well for me, in the past Any hints suggestions or other on the arrow master?? thanks

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Willie
October 18th, 2013 08:10:07pm
i have one of these to and my concern was if it would work while i had a back pack on.it does and i have had mine 2 years and am pleased with it.

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Andy Man
October 19th, 2013 07:10:42pm

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Thanks Willie, I generally use the Asbell style , but thought this would be good for rain and protect the fletching better tried it one day and seemed to get along with it quite well did well with a small day pack for me Thanks again

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Andy Man
October 26th, 2013 09:10:03am

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Been using about a week now; really working out better than I thought thought it would be clumberson,but its not also goes through thick stuff quite well and protects feathers

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Greybark
October 26th, 2013 11:10:18am
Hey Andy Man , that quiver looks very functionable . What is in the bottom to separate the broadheads ? Cheers from the Country that has everything except the Stanley Cup ....

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Andy Man
October 26th, 2013 05:10:03pm

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Greaybark: posted but did not stick will try again, has a ABS like material cup in the bottom with a small drain and foam in the cup(hood) I push the broadheads into the foam like a bow quiver and they are protected and don't move around plenty of room for broadheads and a bunch of judos/blunts caries nicely

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Andy Man
November 2nd, 2013 04:11:52pm

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guess I'm the only one thats got one been hunting with it this year and its working out great, light,easy to carry , protects fletching from brush and rain , arrows come in and out fast and easy, a great alternative if one dosn't like a bow mounted quiver works as good as the Asbell style and more protective

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100rollie
December 13th, 2013 07:12:25pm

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Looking at trying one out for next year, Thanks.

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Andy Man
December 13th, 2013 09:12:48pm

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Been using the one I got from Black Widow all this season, have gotten to really like it for a hunting quiver I find it very functional, light and protective of your arrows. easy to get in and out Definately going to keep using it as a hunting quiver

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DennySurgisJr
February 5th, 2014 12:02:17pm

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The Arrowmaster is my favorite also. It works for target shooting, quick hunts around home and backpack hunts in the foulest weather conditions. I think it is the fastest least amount of movement quiver there is with a little practice. I poke a piece of coated wire through the side of mine to make a D-shaped arrow divider to keep my blunts and judos separate from the broadheads so I don't grab the wrong one in the excitement of a hunt. My Dad screws a rubber arrow holder to the inside of his for a practice arrow. Here is an example of the divider and a picture of the original prototype Arrowmaster quiver.

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Andy Man
February 5th, 2014 06:02:56pm

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Neat Idea Denny , with the wire, Thanks for sharing: Have my blunts to the inside towards my body and business arrows stuck in the foam to the outside and back:(so far Havn't had a problem) Really gotten to like this quiver for hunting, so light and can slide around so not in the way: great for protecting your arrows; The pouch is just the right size to carry a knife and arm guard ,tab; can just grab the quiver and bow and ready, small possibles bag /day pack if needing more

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Mississippi bowhunter
February 5th, 2014 06:02:00pm

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Denny, What is the difference in the prototype in the picture and the new ones. I really like the idea of the arrowmaster. I have always just used a Great northern strap on.

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DennySurgisJr
February 5th, 2014 07:02:46pm

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That old prototype is still going strong, but the new ones are more engineered out and Rod has better equipment to sew the heavy duty materials. Also the rain cover and storm shield are nice when the bad weather hits. This is the second generation Arrowmaster that proceeds the ones Rod is making today.

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Mississippi bowhunter
February 5th, 2014 08:02:02pm

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I will add one to my Christmas list. They look very handy.
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