Home Forums Bows and Equipment Birch Bark side quiver Project!

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    • Ripforce
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      I built this side quiver for hunting or roving! Materials used were PVC drain pipe, Mossy Oak Polar Fleece, Jute twine! Quiver not only looks good but is very functional! this is my 3rd one that I built they are getting better with each one I build!

    • Troy Breeding
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      Rip,

      Now that using your ol’ hair covered computer!!!:D

      Troy

    • William WarrenWilliam Warren
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      Sweet!

    • Ed Ashby
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      I like it! 😀

      Ed

    • Dpdubs182
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      Looks great, I tried making something similar to it out of deer hide. Yours is much better. Question, how do you keep the arrows from rattling around and what size pvc pipe did you use? Also how did you attach the bark and other stuff – superglue?

    • Ripforce
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      Its about 5in drain type PVC, not as thick as the indoor stuff, I have real dense target foam in the bottom of it and most of the quiver is lined with Mossy Oak polar fleece! It can hold as many a 12 arrows with points, maybe 8 w blunts, judos etc! The foam allows me to also shove my hunting arrows with broadheads in the bottom into the foam, it holds them tight, quiver makes very little noise!

    • pettigrew86
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      Very Nice

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