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OK nation, I'd like to know if there's an alternative to the quiver that came with my bow. I'm just not satisfied with the way it fits or the positioning of it. Is there a better choice out there that will fit my bow?

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Pastorjim, is your issue that it's to close to the rail stock? I'm like you reading the quiver. So I just put mine in my Backpack. I realize you may prefer it attached to the Xbow. If you find a solution do share.

Good luck!
 
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Pastorjim, is your issue that it's to close to the rail stock? I'm like you reading the quiver. So I just put mine in my Backpack. I realize you may prefer it attached to the Xbow. If you find a solution do share.

Good luck!
Yes, it is too close to the grip. I've tried it in several positions but it still seems to be in the way. It just needs to be off set a little more. It also seems like it will rattle at the shot even though I've tightened down as far as it will go. Just putting it in the pack may be the answer.

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Ive kept my quiver in my pack since my vertical compound days. No added weight to the bow and no noise when shooting.
I think the Barnett quiver itself sucks and use a Maxxis fuse 4 arrow quiver. I really like it but if i had one complaint i wish the cover was a little longer. The bottom blades on the truglo titanium broadheads stick out just a bit and could cut you if you were not paying attention.


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For my centerpoint 380 and 415 I switched to the old reliable Kwikkee 4 arrow/bolt
 
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