I just bought a new alpha max 35, in looking to set it up for elk hunting I am torn on which quiver to hang on it, I don't know if I want a fixed quiver or a removable quiver, what do you guys like the best for hunting the back country?
I have a Fuse 6 arrow fixed model on my hoyt, I like to have a enough arrows so after a couple of days into the hunt i'll find a old rotten stump and shoot some arrows into it with practice blades. Also i'll hage some leafs on it and use my bow to hide my face behind it sometimes. And i put a Fuse stablizer on it to match.
i have an octane 5 arrow quiver. the thing is amazing. the magnetic hood hold arrows tight, the quiver is silent when the bow is shot. the only downside is that it is a lil heavy but thats what makes it so dang quiet. mine is detachable, they run for about $120, ex girlfriend bought mine for me its a bit pricy but well worth it. sturdy, quiet, and holds arrows like a champ!
Hate the look of your synthetic stock?Want something more spiffy?Want a "one of a kind" rifle?No problem... with about 2 hours worth of time and about $15 in supplies, you can have a new custom camo look to your stock!I took this Stevens Model 200 and completed this stock job very easily.Here are the basic steps:* Make sure the rifle is unloaded and follow the manufacturers recommendations for removing the action from the stock - this is most often the 2 action screws on the bottom of the...