When it comes to bowhunting, arrows are the key to success. Having the right quiver to contain and protect your arrows is just as important as the arrows themselves. Tightspot offers three great quivers – the 7 Arrow, 5 Arrow, and Rise – that allow you to bring your arrows wherever you need to go. But which one is right for you? Let’s take a look at the features of each of these quivers and see which one is best suited for your needs.
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TightSpot 7 Arrow Quiver
The TightSpot 7 Arrow Quiver is the ultimate in arrow storage. It holds up to seven arrows securely and is designed to fit any type of hunter. It features a patented quick-detach system for easy removal, a large stabilizer base for secure installation, and multiple quiver angle-adjustments. The quiver is also constructed with a lightweight aluminum alloy that is both lightweight and durable. The quiver is available in a variety of colors to match your bow and hunting style.
TightSpot 5 Arrow Quiver
The TightSpot 5 Arrow Quiver is perfect for the hunter who needs to travel light. It features the same quick-detach system and stabilizer base as the 7 Arrow, but holds only five arrows. The quiver is still lightweight and constructed with the same aluminum alloy, but also features a heavier construction for greater strength. The quiver is also available in several colors to match your bow and hunting style.
TightSpot Rise Quiver
The TightSpot Rise Quiver is designed for the hunter who wants the versatility of the 7 Arrow, with the light weight of the 5 Arrow. It can hold up to seven arrows and has a patented quick-detach system. It also features a stabilizer base for secure installation and multiple quiver angle-adjustments for added convenience. The quiver is constructed with a lightweight aluminum alloy, but features a hybrid construction that is both lightweight and durable. The quiver is available in several colors to match your bow and hunting style.
The TightSpot 7 Arrow, 5 Arrow, and Rise quivers are all great options for arrow storage and protection. Each quiver features a patented quick-detach system, a stabilizer base, and multiple quiver angle-adjustments. The 7 Arrow is perfect for the hunter who needs to transport a large number of arrows, while the 5 Arrow and Rise are better suited for those who need to travel light. Choose the quiver that best matches your needs and you won’t be disappointed.
In conclusion, all three of the TightSpot quivers offer great features for arrow storage and protection. No matter which one you choose, you’ll be guaranteed a lightweight, durable quiver that will keep your arrows secure and protected. Choose the quiver that works best for your needs and you won’t be disappointed.
Tightspot Quiver Comparison – 7 arrow vs. 5 arrow vs. Rise
Tightspot Quiver Comparison – 7 arrow vs. 5 arrow vs. Rise. In this video we compare some of our favorite Tightspot Quivers and who we recommend them for.
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Last update 2021-01-05. Price and product availability may change.