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Ugly Coyote

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Here's yet another attempt to make something simple difficult. It even revolves!

It was in Archery magazine. I forgot the issue. May have been the late 50's. If I come across it again I'll ad the info.

I didn't find a patent for this, but I seriously doubt anyone would have wanted to copy it.

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I wonder how many were sold? 


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I remember another style of revolving hip aquiver popular in the 80s and 90s. Can't remember the name of it, but it did not have that large piece of wire on which two parts of the quiver revolved.  Regardless, it was fairly popular among wheelie shooters.  This was before 3-D targets.  We shot cardboard deer silhouette targets with broadheads back then.  
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I had a rotating hip quiver that I bought from Herters in the mid 70's. Worked pretty good, until it broke. Snapped off right at the cup. I was bear hunting at the time. So here I am, bow in one hand, what's left of the quiver and my arrows in the other. No big deal, I was going to be hunting out of a stand anyway. Well as luck would have it I encountered a bear on the way to the stand. We were in tall grass and on the same trail walking towards each other. There was a slight bend in the trail and I was able to get an arrow out of the quiver, drop the quiver and get the arrow into the bear right behind the left shoulder at about 12 yards.
I told my buddies that I'd finally found a critter dumber than me, and deaf and blind to boot...
Oh yeah, my first bow kill...
There's more to the story, but that could only be told while sitting around a campfire, with a little amber liquid...

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Good one Dave!

If it weren't for fooling with quivers, what would we do with ourselves?
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Broad head designs? Oh wait!
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The first bow that I bought (when I became serious about bowhunting), was one of Dan Quilian's recurves. I knew I didn't know how to really shoot a stick bow, so I went and saw Mr. Quillian. He welcomed me with open arms and he and a couple of his employees spent the better part of the day giving me pointers and ways to improve my shooting.

I had put a quiver on my bow and Mr. Quillian told me that it would affect the way my bow shot. He recommended a 8 arrow rotating hip quiver that fit on a military web belt. That was what he used and also sold at his shop. He seemed to be extremely happy with this quiver.I really liked quivers that went on the bow, so I just stuck with that. You might be able to get some information by looking up Mr. Quillian? Good luck!
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