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A while back I saw a picture of what looked like a back quiver, but it had and opening on the side where the archer could reach around his side, rather than over his back, to remove the arrow from the quiver. Researching this I found some references to HighNoon Quivers, but apparently they are no longer made.

Who of you use or have used this type of quiver and what do you see as the positives and negatives of using them?  Which brands of these types of quivers do you like best and where can I find them?

Thanks, Jack

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Jack, Big Jim's carries one that might fit what you're looking for. I prefer this style of quiver. Hope that helps.
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I use a Safari Tuff Arrow Master side quiver because I wear a backpack while hunting. I attach it to the side of my backpack and it places the arrows easy to retrieve down at my side. Very little movement to get an arrow. It also keeps the fletching covered and out of the weather.
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I recently bought one of Big Jim's side quivers and I really like it! Top notch construction and works great for me!
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I’ve been using a Safari Tuff Duiker Deluxe. What Old Sailer said, except this model is somewhat smaller. Length is the same. Only negative is the thin nylon strap, but that should be easily remedied. I just haven’t taken the time to modify it. I think the strap is about 1” wide.
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I also have the Big Jim side quiver, I really like mine, used it last hunting season. The only issue is when you bend over the quiver will flop foreword.
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Rat, I make my own that are very much like the ones you inquired about.  I don't use an over the back strap provision because I've not forseen a circumstance where I'd use it.

My use is for the same reason as Sailor, I'm always hunting with a pack on and this type works fine that way.  It's ambidextrous and works forward and backward.

I can fix you up with patterns and some instructions if you want to make your own.  They look like this.

http://www.traditionalarcherysociety.com/post/over-the-shoulder-side-quivers-7526537?pid=1288124011

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Steve cats mountain hunter. All leather .very easy to get a arrow out and in center of the back and keeps your arrows dry when raining . Had Steve model mine from a bear nimrod . Love it
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Old Sailor, how do you attach the Arrow Master to your backpack? I’m preparing for my first ever elk hunt this fall, and I’m not crazy about bow quivers. I bought an Arrow Master with the idea of attaching to my pack, but I can’t seem to secure it where I can reach for an arrow without taking off the pack...

Any tips would be greatly appreciated!

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Old Sailor, how do you attach the Arrow Master to your backpack? I’m preparing for my first ever elk hunt this fall, and I’m not crazy about bow quivers. I bought an Arrow Master with the idea of attaching to my pack, but I can’t seem to secure it where I can reach for an arrow without taking off the pack...

Any tips would be greatly appreciated!


I'm sure it will vary depending on the style of backpack. I use a small carabiner to attach the quiver strap to the top loop on my backpack and one of the backpack side straps goes around the quiver below the pouch on the quiver. By adjusting the strsps the quiver hangs down so when I drop my hand down to my side it is right on the arrows and easy to remove. After pulling the arrow out I just let it slip down through my hand to the nock so it is ready to place on the string. All movement is hidden low and behind my side. Works really well. I just can't put a quiver on a longbow.

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I use a stalker on my bow.  For treestand hunters it's probably not a big deal but for hiking and elk hunting it puts an arrow at the ready no matter what type of quiver you use or where it is.  

A bow quiver makes it moot though.

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Thanks Old Sailor. I think the Safari Tuff is a really nice quiver, and I need to do some more trial & error before I give up on it. mg
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Hi all, thanks for all of the replies and help, I greatly apprecaite it.  I found one I liked on the 3 Rivers site, its called a Latigo Side Stalking Quiver by Traditions Leathercraft.  It looks like some that a few of you have suggeted.  I'll let you know how it goes.  Again thanks for all of the help, you are a great group of guys.

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Looks like a good choice.
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They are a great designed quiver with superb craftsmanship.
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I use one made by Raptor archery which is similar to Sierra’s picture of his  latigo quiver. I use a fletch cover over my arrows to help keeping them from falling out especially going through thickets and wicked windfalls. I also wear a pack of some sort which would make a back quiver inconvenient. 
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