Most target and 3-D archers use a hip quiver, choosing not to attach a quiver to their bow as hunters often do. However, when fall comes around, those same archers are used to shooting a bow without a quiver, and side quivers can be noisy and become a real pain when walking through brush. In addition, crossbow quivers can become awkward when mounted on a bow. The Kwikee Kwiver folks have simplified this situation with a hip quiver adapter that allows an archer to remove a bow quiver and attach it to the hip with a snap. The quiver adapts for various angles to provide a variety of access points. Here are the details from the manufacturer.
Now you can carry your quiver of arrows/bolts without having to attach it to your bow. The Sidewinder hip mount for detachable quivers is designed to mount any standard quiver bracket. Best of all, it rotates the quiver to a position you choose, where it will stay. It is also a great solution for crossbows with proprietary mounting configurations.
The Sidewinder’s ingenious design keeps your arrows easily accessible, whether you’re stalking, sitting or kneeling. Best of all, there’s no leg strap, no interference and no arrow flagging. The Sidwinder comes with the traditional Kwikee bracket.
For more information, visit the Kwikee Kwiver website.
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