Bear Archery Fred Bear Recurve Quiver

Priced: $69.99 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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The Fred Bear Recurve Quiver is specially designed for Bear recurve bows. Holds seven arrows. Foam-filled hood accepts all types of heads. Adjustable arrow height for perfect bow balance. Fits right- or left-hand bows. Holds 7 arrows.
Color: Black.
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Bear Archery Fred Bear Recurve Quiver Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Really Nice

The quiver mounted with no problems on my Bear Kodiak bow. I have not had any problems with the quiver it has worked just fine.
Unclered721 at Cabelas on 03/02/2009

Negative Reviews:

Poor Quality

Poor quality all the way around. I like products with some meat on them, and this was just a flimsy, overpriced, primitive way to store arrows. The hard plastic hood will alert deer from miles away when it scratches on sticks. The foam inside wasn't much better and did not securely hold my sharp broadheads. The arrow holder on the bottom of the quiver waqs so tight I was worried it would damage the arrows themselves. Please.....save your money!
DeRoche117 at Cabelas on 08/20/2007

power loss

i noticed substancial power loss when i installed this product on my fred bear recurve bow. its not for me.
washington9 at Cabelas on 05/06/2011

Neutral Reviews:

Fred Bear Recurve Quiver

I bought this quiver for my Bear Kodiak Magnum bow. After mounting it, I discovered I couldn't get it tight enough. It always vibrated/buzzed when I'd launch an arrow. Additionally, it caused the bow's lower limb to fight the upper limb when drawing. As a result I'd have to force the bow down to get on target. It was tiring. I then had an idea--I'd reverse the way the quiver mounts to the bow. In other words, I mounted the quiver so that it was forward of the bow riser rather than beside the riser (I'm right handed). Doing this, quieted the quiver and allowed the loaded quiver to act as a stabilizer by keeping the lower limb from wanting to kick up. It also allowed me to hold the bow with a natural cant. I coverd the point cover with fleece from a worn out jacket and it is now quieter than a similar quiver I have on a custom recurve. If you want to buy this quiver, be prepared to do some experimenting with mounting it on your bow.
MRFranks at Cabelas on 11/11/2007