quiver inserts - Notyal

Do quiver inserts hurt the value of a BW bow for resale or detract from the beauty of a BW bow? Are they desirable or not?

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Dave Lay
April 1st, 2014 09:04:41am
to me i dont like them, and if i use a bow quiver (rarely) i will use a strap on quiver. i think it takes away from the looks of a bow, but its a personal thing and i am sure they offer a solid mount for a bow quiver..

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DennyK
April 1st, 2014 12:04:32pm

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I agree with Dave, if I use a bowquiver it's a limb bolt model.

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Andy Man
April 1st, 2014 07:04:58pm

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Same as Dave; rarely use a bow mounted quiver, don't like carrying the extra weight on my bow, ,rather carry the weight elswhere (Asbell style,Safari tough, Jack Bowers side or back quiver as per need):: the rare times that I do its a strap on Great Northern Don't have inserts in any of my bows

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Wannaarcher
April 1st, 2014 08:04:33pm

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Don't know about the value question. Personal preference I am sure. I have both strap-on and bow mounted quivers. I like them both, but prefer the ease and looks of the mounted one. On the other hand I find that the strap-on has the added advantage of quieting the bow some. The inserts allow the option. Without them there is none.

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Notyal
April 4th, 2014 06:04:27am
Thanks for all the input from everyone. I have quiver inserts on one of my BW bows, an older MA3 has sight and quiver inserts and I use a Kwicki quiver for transporting my arrows to the tree. I then attach the quiver to the tree with a screw in Kwicki bracket. I think for my PLX bows I will stay with a strap on!
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