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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 Good Product This is a basic and simple design, and in bow hunting, simple is good. The quiver could be held a little tighter but overall, it holds the arrows well, and that's its job. October 9, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Simple Practical Quiver The Trophy Ridge Hunter quiver is quite and holds arrows securely. It comes with holders for carbon and aluminum arrows. The bow mount and quiver are plastic so be careful. The quick-detach lever is simple and reliable. I don't know if it’s made any more, but I was able to find an external quiver holder made by Primos for this quiver. It allows you to attach your quiver to your belt, backpack or screw it into a tree. September 14, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good but needs some work. I really like this quiver because it holds my Beman MFX arrows very tight and the broadheads are held quiet by the high quality foam insert. The quiver releases quickly from the bow however when on the bow, the bracket does not hold the quiver very tight. you can twist the quiver a little. I shot with the quiver on and it is still very quiet but I want my equipment to be very secure. I would still recommend this to any hunter though. August 26, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Came with the bow I got this quiver when I bought the RTS package Bear Lights Out. It holds the arrows really well. My only complaint with it is that there is no adjustment for height on the bow. August 10, 2009
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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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