Rated 4 out of 5 by 4
Rated 3 out of 5 by Jaymzth007 Decent quiver, but....
Not good if you use small diameter arrows. I agree with the user that said the grippers aren't great. I only can use 4 arrows (Easton FMJ 340's) in mine. The gripper closest to the arrow rest keeps letting the arrow go while shooting. Also, the carbon rods that make up the quiver frame sit too close to the rest, no matter how I adjust the quiver, meaning I have to extent the dovetail out away from the bow, which defeats the purpose of this type of quiver. Its an ok quiver, but for the money, save a little more and get a Tightspot.
September 18, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by tuckcast octane deadlock pro quiver
I have had and used this quiver for 6 weeks. I have hunted with it and did a lot of shooting with it. I found that in general it is a very well designed quiver but it has a fatal flaw and that is the arrow qripper. The gripper is very weak and arrows come loose both from shooting vibration and light contact with brush in the field. I can not recommend that anyone pay the money that they want for this quiver until they address this problem and offer a gripper that securely holds the arrows.
December 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by F5Skipper Really Nice Quiver
I debated this Octane Deadlock Pro against the Tight Spot. Based on price ($89 vs $139) and immediate availability in my local Bass Pro Shop, I decided to give the Deadlock Pro a try despite the army of Tight Spot lovers out there.
So far only target shooting, but I like it. It's very light, quiet, and fits very close to the bow (adjustable in this regard.) I really like the Extended Gripper design, and find it very secure, yet easy to pull an arrow. The foam insert in the broad head hood is nice, and comes with the quiver, unlike the Tight Spot where you have to buy it separately for an additional $20.
I wish the Octane came in camo instead of black only, but I'll tape it for the hunt. I'm looking forward to getting out and chasing elk to test this quiver in the field.
I haven't decided on the durability yet (it's so light it's hard to know if it will hold up to abuse), but if I have any issues in the field, I'll report back. So far, I'm impressed.
September 5, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by AubieFly Flexible Quiver for different species.
I grew up hunting tree stands for white tails. Last year, I moved to Eastern Washington and began chasing mule deer. This quiver is flexible enough to shoot on or off the bow, fits snug, weighs almost nothing, and is dead quiet. I love how it adjusts and the foam broad head insert.
June 11, 2013