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Bullfrog
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Let me see yours. Thanks. BILL

[ February 25, 2010, 11:40 AM: Message edited by: Rob DiStefano ]

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ishiwannabe
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I prefer to have the side stalker type. Offers more control over arrows, and quiver while moving through brush and such.
I did just get an EFA for my Griffin, and Im loving it so far...

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illianabowhntr67
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I have a plains style I'll probably use this year but that Saffari Tuff looks good.
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Chris Surtees
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http://www.safarituff.com/arrowmaster.html
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I switched over entirely to using a Safari Tuff quiver (see ad at the top of The Shooters Forum). I do all my practicing and tournament shooting without a bow quiver, and the bow just felt unbalanced when I put one back on it in preparation for the hunting season.

[Edit] or just click Chris's link in the post above mine, which I didn't notice when I was making my post!

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Rob DiStefano
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for me, hands down it's a safari tuff arrowmaster (or duiker - i have them both!).

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http://www.safarituff.com/arrowmaster.html

Spent a small fortune on quivers over the years, made several myself, modified others...Rod put all the good and none of the bad in one quiver. It's the best I've ever used. I've used mine in creek bottoms, mountains, "high" desert; from treestands, ground blinds, and natural blinds; hunting pigs, rabbits, whitetails, grouse, elk, etc.. I'm no expert by any stretch, but it doesn't take an expert to know this one works.

Chad

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[ February 25, 2010, 07:26 PM: Message edited by: Terry Green ]

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Here's one I made before fall turkey season began. It's got a sheath for my favorite knife built into it.

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Timo lite by dogware is by far my favorite , don't have a pic of it.

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Thumper Dunker
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Made this side quiver from a old bow quiver. snaps onto your belt.
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4est, that is NICE. BILL
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My Jack Bowers Side Stalker from the late 1980's.

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I'm new to these forums. I am interested in the Safari Tuff Arrowmaster or Duiker, although I can't afford one right now. I have read the detail on both, but wondered what anyone thought that has tried both. I like the thought of the smaller Duiker, but wondered if the larger size and pocket of the arrowmaster is well worth it. Any thoughts?

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I haven't tried the Duiker, but here's my thoughts. I use my Arrowmaster for both hunting and tournaments. It's not heavy or bulky enough to bother me. The pocket comes in VERY handy for items like a hunting license, keys, score card, tag, wind detector, etc. etc. etc.

'Course having both on hand is ideal, but if I had to choose one or the other it would definately be the Arrowmaster.

Chad

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