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When hunting I carry a pack and put my crossbow quiver in it when headed to and from the stand. Fletched ends of the bolts stick out the top of pack. Having lost lighted nocks, I am posting to see what you all do to protect fletching and nocks - no matter how you carry them. I would appreciate any advice.

I really wanted to snag that arroloc quiver on the Marketplace but do not have enough posts to message or post in the Marketplace (which I understand).
 

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When hunting I carry a pack and put my crossbow quiver in it when headed to and from the stand. Fletched ends of the bolts stick out the top of pack. Having lost lighted nocks, I am posting to see what you all do to protect fletching and nocks - no matter how you carry them. I would appreciate any advice.

I really wanted to snag that arroloc quiver on the Marketplace but do not have enough posts to message or post in the Marketplace (which I understand).
He sold it a few days ago.
 

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When hunting I carry a pack and put my crossbow quiver in it when headed to and from the stand. Fletched ends of the bolts stick out the top of pack. Having lost lighted nocks, I am posting to see what you all do to protect fletching and nocks - no matter how you carry them. I would appreciate any advice.

I really wanted to snag that arroloc quiver on the Marketplace but do not have enough posts to message or post in the Marketplace (which I understand).
Welcome to the forum. Let's get that post count up so you can shop the Marketplace.
What kind of bow are you shooting?
 

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I’m using a tube just like Huntersthompson. I put some foam in the bottom, top and around the inner diameter of the tube to keep the arrows from rattling around.
I never did care for a quiver mounted on my bow and carrying the quiver in or attached to my pack did not offer sufficient protection to the arrows. The tube was a great solution.
 

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This has become my favourite way to carry my arrows rangefinder and what I need to hunt pre killing a deer. Stuff I use after the kill is keep in my bow case. I always walk back to get my truck or Ranger after I shoot one.
Bicycle tire Bicycle fork Wood Bicycle handlebar Gas

At first I wasn’t nuts about this quiver. But used this way it has become my favourite.
 

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Thanks all!

Hunter, Saved - great ideas for sure and yes, more protection in a pack.

Thank you Dirt! After 22-ish years off and recently sending my youngest to college I am back in the trees with a WR Invader 400 and SEVRs, for now! I am really digging crossbows.

RT - looks like a great setup.
 

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When vertical bow hunting, I never used attached quiver. I found a old style which worked great on a belt or fannypack. Lost more than one arrow over the years, but the fit for my style out wieghed downfalls. Still working out the kinks for crossbow, saw this tube and seems agreat idea. I will put one together with some scrap pvc.

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Where could I find one of these tubes for arrows?


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Look on amazon for arrow tube or document tube or map tube and you will find many options. Be sure to pay special attention to the length of the tube.
 

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Easton makes a tube that will adjust from (I think), 24-40 inches. It holds a dozen arrows.
 
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