photo f2fc6645-3553-483b-b64e-4c19058f6c05_zps121db233.jpg  photo 7B537578-F7C7-4F86-98B8-9F94E0644C33_zpsqirpypxs.jpg  photo jdberry_zpsea01d711.jpg  photo grizzlybroadheads_zps1m2s5rho.jpg  photo banner-kking-160-170_zps48e9d6a9.jpg  photo HolmMadeNewAd_09092014_zpsc4e4691d.jpg  photo truenortharrows_zpsi9ay4gwc.gif  photo 35A0AFC6-0F9E-412C-A64B-EBE54AF0479D_zpsmipyof8e.jpg  photo EEE5CA06-2368-4F2F-A920-0CA562579FE0_zpsm9lvvu1t.jpg  photo northernmist20bcard1_zpssaxw3n46.jpg  photo 072BD871-7553-4294-BBDD-E69370AD1F6A_zpsjismq5n7.jpg                                     photo AFF3B4E3-F518-4092-A4E6-65AE830AB2BE_zpsnuwaaten.jpg  photo f5d37de7-de84-47ad-b248-e8adfe84c5db_zps4oisluth.gif  photo 02c77249-7155-4785-a743-8faf8c694e7a_zpseaj9xlnz.jpg  photo B5D4E580-5A4C-4A25-AC73-D69CDBE82A69_zpsvvtli29v.jpg  photo Dave_shooting_bow_logo202_zpsuskt81vw.jpg  photo image_zps2rrhsrju.jpeg  photo sunsethill_zps551c0207.jpg  photo db77abad-c90f-4ee5-9e34-905fe0c0fd36_zpsleoiybdo.png  photo bigjim_zps76882839.jpg  photo howardhill_large_zps5fd2fcc7.jpg  photo IMG_5966_zpsgrbhwrgb.jpeg  photo Bearpaw_Products_Logo1_zps55d85f33.jpg  photo tradtech_zps697b00c1.jpg  photo a3c08d6f-f669-46b5-8b0c-1480a411cc78_zpsc853b3a6.gif  photo fairbow_zpsc278ec39.jpg  photo F5A4B354-1040-4D43-939F-28ED48F7E5B7_zpsws5ptsc8.jpg  photo coyote track 1_zpshipxn54s.png  photo DF07A98B-41BB-4024-BCF7-A4FCB543D40E_zpsoiduf1m2.png  photo the20footed20shaft_zpsudbyv3ab.jpg  photo blackeaglefinal_zpsfqgqqrcj.png  photo 94936CDE-4CF5-4181-B2F9-FECCA1FE886F_zpsy5nfpirv.jpg photo D49F4739-A11D-4F9D-9D50-4C3EE95E9555_zpswoqwk23o.jpg  photo BF4712C7-9EE6-460F-8380-4E7F08A65416_zpsmluzlgny.jpg  photo bivoucascreenshot_zpscfdgf0n0.jpg  photo 510CA748-680D-4178-8B50-1A4C7F7F895D_zps6b5pjjoc.gif
Traditional Archers | Bowhunters
Sign up Calendar Latest Topics Chat
 
 
 


Reply
  Author   Comment  
Ugly Coyote

Avatar / Picture

TAS Upgrade Member
Registered:
Posts: 953
Reply with quote  #1 
Not just any vest, but a stalking vest!

Come on, you know you want one.

From the September 1954 issue of Archery magazine.
P1030467 (3).jpg

steelflight

Avatar / Picture

Senior Member
Registered:
Posts: 1,635
Reply with quote  #2 
maybe if the quiver was slightly angled to the right shoulder. Maybe then. lol
__________________
You may think before you act the question is do you listen to your own counsel.
Toxophilite

Avatar / Picture

Senior Member
Registered:
Posts: 139
Reply with quote  #3 
Center of back would work great but made of Naugahyde?
__________________
Neven M.
Deno

Avatar / Picture

Charter Member
Registered:
Posts: 3,041
Reply with quote  #4 
Wonder how many Ole Newt sold.  You would have to draw a broadhwad over your head and hat. [confused]

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
Steve Graf

Avatar / Picture

Senior Member
Registered:
Posts: 838
Reply with quote  #5 
That is a pretty cool idea!  Turkey vests seem popular.  I have one and I don't even hunt turkeys.

But I am afraid that it falls into the old trap of trying to have one tool do two jobs.  I wonder about safety too.  What's in the bottom of that quiver to stop my sharp broadhead arrow from dropping into a kidney? [eek]
Sam

Senior Member
Registered:
Posts: 1,946
Reply with quote  #6 
The concept seems all right. I would make a few minor changes, but it could be useful.
__________________
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#)

Clydebow

Avatar / Picture

Senior Member
Registered:
Posts: 2,471
Reply with quote  #7 
Can you only use it while you're stalking?[smile]
James Calamaris

Avatar / Picture

Club Member
Registered:
Posts: 1,288
Reply with quote  #8 
Pretty cool!
__________________
Jim Calamaris 
Portage,IN.

Club Member Traditional Archery Society

sempertodd

Avatar / Picture

Charter Member
Registered:
Posts: 340
Reply with quote  #9 
I didn't think I was the only one who thought about this.  About 2003, I took an bird hunting vest and laced a small leather back quiver to it (at angle).  Being on the vest, had to have it buttoned up so wouldn't sag.  It was okay, but didn't have the flexibility of back quiver, because the whole vest moved, instead of just the back quiver.  I suppose it would work for someone, but took me few tries getting angle right and even then, still needed adjusted.
__________________
Charter Member Traditional Archery Society
Previous Topic | Next Topic
Print
Reply

Quick Navigation:

Easily create a Forum Website with Website Toolbox.