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Trophy Ridge Ridge Hunter 6-Shooter Quiver

   

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Realtree APG HD

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6 Arrow
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The Trophy Ridge® Ridge Hunter 6-Shooter Quiver is extremely light and quiet. Accepts carbon or aluminum arrows. Strong, lightweight synthetic frame has no moving parts. Built-in limb hanger and rubber post silencer. Quick-detach design; thumb-tab arrow gripper. For most broadheads. Color: Realtree APG™.
Manufacturer model #: AQ200APG

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 20 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Trophy Ridge Quiver This quiver works very well! It's simple and easy to use and install. I didn't have any issues with the quiver not completely locking in. It didn't rattle on me at all. It comes with arrow holders for small-diameter carbon arrows that you can replace the regular-sized carbon arrow holders with. They're perfect for my Easton Axis! The foam inside the hood is also easy to remove for you mechanical-head shooters. January 20, 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by THIS IS NOT ALUMINUM There is no aluminum that I can see on this quiver unless it is some sort of alien alloy. The and I quote " strong machined aluminum frame has no moving parts"this thing is entirely PLASTIC. Where is this fictional aluminum? Possibly in the mounting block?????? The quiver is pretty but I think it should be as advertised. I live up in the Great White North and with sub zero weather the norm in the winter, I hope this doesn't get brittle. January 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great quiver great quiver for the price, holds arrows fine and fits great on my bear archery strike, would recommend to anyone whos looking for a cheap great quiver May 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Nice upgrade I went from a 6 shot Kwikee to this and haven't looked back. It comes with a second set of holders for smaller carbon arrows. I never have to worry about my arrows rattling around or falling out. The quick release it excellent: flip the switch and slide it off. October 20, 2010
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it will if you take the foam out of the top of it, this should not effect how tightly it holds your arrows
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All I can tell you is the broadheads are held in very dense closed cell foam. It isn't hard, though and they probably took that into account when they chose that to use in the quiver. I'm sure you're careful how you handle them all the time so use the same rule of thumb here. I have to tell you though that this is NOT made of aluminum, it's plastic framed.
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yes it has an extra holder for carbon arrows which have smaller diameter and you can change it out
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Yes, it should. Accepts carbon or aluminum arrows.
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Yes, you should be able to use this for the slim arrows. There is a band that slips down which will secure them.
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