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jaz5833
I really don't enjoy posting in this new format but I promised Ugly Coyote that I would.

My current quiver was looking pretty sad and something needed to be done.  So, with nowhere to go and nothing else to do, I pulled out the leather and got started.

I prefer a back quiver and one that's smaller than the popular Hill style. This one is a re-do of my current quiver but I took what I learned from that build, and another for my son, and applied those lessons to this project. I'm pleased how it came out. I got the basic plan from a site called, Ye Old Gaffers.

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If you wait until the last minute to do things...they'll only take a minute to do.
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Longbow1415
That’s a nice quiver. I have the same pattern, never got around to making it. Well done!
John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate, Sept. 2015
68" 65@28 John Schulz American Longbow - "Tidy"
68" 60@28 John Schulz American Longbow Trophy Hunter
68" 59@28 John Schulz American Longbow - "The Favourite"
66" 55@27.5 John Schulz American Longbow - "The Short String"
66' 60@27.5 John Schulz American Longbow " The Cheetah"
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society
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Dodger
That's a beaut!
Don't only practice your art,
But force your way into its secrets,

For it and knowledge can,
Raise men to the divine.
~ Ludwig  van Beethoven
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Ugly Coyote
I told Jim I wanted to see photos when he was done, or else. Glad he posted them, I really don't know what the "or else" would have been.

Well done!

Is the stamp on the bottom a hot stamp, as in burned in? It has that look.
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Shick
Jim, I'm glad Ira 'talked' you into posting.  A very very fine project.  Good for you.
Shick
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Deno
Great looking quiver Jim

Deno
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society
United Bowhunters of New Jersey
Traditional Archers of New Jersey TANJ

Howard Hill Wesley Special 70#
Howard Hill Big 5  65#
Jerry Hill Stalker Deluxe  60#
Jerry Hill Wildcat ll 50#


 

Northern New Jersey
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Shootalot
Very nice.
Gordon Jabben
Independence KS
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timking
Incredible!

Dallas, Texas
62" #55 Fox High Sierra 
62" #58 Black Widow MA
64" #56 A&H ACS 
Widowmaker 350 Carbon shafts
200 gr. Iron Will 4 blade



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tradlongbow
Jim,
You took some really nice pictures the detail is amazing, its absolutely beautiful!!!

TRADITIONAL BOWHUNTER WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 
Farmland Conservation Club, Winchester, Indiana 

PUBLIC LAND HUNTER
John Schulz Straight Shooting and Bowhunting Graduate
Email: traditionalarcherysociety@yahoo.com

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Selden Slider
That's a great job.  Good luck with it.  Frank
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society
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Soby
That is beautiful, and just what I have been looking for. Thank you for the post, well done.
Black Widow 62# @28 and 55# @ 28
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James Donahue
really nice looking
Colonial Beach, Virginia
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Old Sailor
That’s a beautiful quiver!! 
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society
Member Colorado Traditional Archery Society

JD Berry Morning Star 54#@28, Northern Mist Classic 54#@28Sovereign Ballistik 60#28, Howatt Hunter 55#@28, Ben Pearson Mustang 46#@28

"But God demonstrates His own love towards us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us."  Romans 5:8

"The problem is not guns, It's hearts without God, Homes without discipline, Schools without prayer, and Courtrooms without justice" ; unknown.

Durango, Colorado
Public Land Hunter
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Sam
Nice! I really like such attractive decorative work on a quiver. I would like to have one myself. 
Sam McMichael

Gray, GA

"The spirit of the bow dwells in the heart of all young men" - Geronimo

Hill Wesley Special (2, both 65#)
Hill Cheetah (2, one 55# and one 40#)
Hill Big 5 (50#)
NM Shelton (2, both 53#)
Deathwish Longbow (59#)
Archery Traditions Bamboo Longhunter (3, one 56#, one 60# and one 78#)

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jaz5833
Thank you everyone for the compliments.  This is the third one I've made and I really tried hard to utilize what I'd learned prior.  I really wanted to do some carving along with the tooling but it seems I don't have the talent. 

Ira, I have a very tiny laser engraver, a gift from my son. I printed my name and SDA's using the laser.
If you wait until the last minute to do things...they'll only take a minute to do.
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Ray_G
Beautiful work, Jim!
Sunset Hill 64" 54@26

Backcountry Hunters & Anglers
PUBLIC LAND HUNTER
Kimberly, Idaho


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steelflight
Well done
You may think before you act the question is do you listen to your own counsel.
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Steve Graf
Your stamping work is really nice too.  You've been practicing more than you let on me thinks...  There might be an artists hiding in there somewhere.
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landman
That turned out beautifully and looks like it was made by professionals. Congratulations!!
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Tom M
Real nice work Jim. That quiver should last forever. 
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society

Sun City, Az. by way of San Diego, Ca. Bear TD's Wes Wallace Royal LB, ILF risers and various limbs, Vintage Works 1962 Kodiak reproduction made to my specs

I hunt public land.
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LucasK
That is a beautiful quiver  Jim! Nice work. 
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WhistlingBadger
Really nice work!  I like the celtic knot at the top, too.   [image] 
~Thomas
Wind River Country, Wyoming
Fall down six times.  Stand up seven.
http://www.whistlingbadger.com
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bob4st
Absolutely beautiful craftsmanship !!
Traditional Archery Society
Compton Traditional Bowhunters
New York Bowhunters
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jaz5833
I appreciate all the kind responses. Thanks everyone!
If you wait until the last minute to do things...they'll only take a minute to do.
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arlone
Beautiful quiver Jim!   
Fred Anderson "Diamondback Chinook" "Hell's Bells" 47# @28" 66"
Fred Anderson "Rover"  "Hell-Cat"  47# @ 28" x 68" 
Fred Anderson "Mystic Rover"  "Helldog"  45# @ 28" x 68"
Sunset Hill  "Classic" "B'ar Killer"  53# @ 29" x 67"
And Others!
arlone, Inver Grove Heights, Minn.
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