My buddy at work (Merlin Archery) lent me his copy of the ‘complete Fred Bear Collection on DVD’ and it made me realise something…
If I’m ever going to be like Fred Bear when I grow up (like I’ll ever grow up) I really should persevere with a bow quiver. I’ve tried many over the years with varying degrees of success.
So having recently just acquired a Bear Kodiak Take down with the screw holes for a side mounted screw on bow quiver, I’d though I’d have a little experiment.
So wile my little boy had his afternoon nap, I popped in to the garage for a little tinker. I butchered an old Bearpaw bow quiver (with rubber straps and transformed it into a screw on.
I’m really please with it, it’s stable with no noise and as it’s attached to the riser, it has no effect on the limbs. The only thing is the hood is a little lower than I’m used to…
So may be I’m one sep closer to being like Mr Bear, ma be I’ll treat myself to a nice hat tomorrow ;)
Take care and shoot straight!