Bohning Archery Lynx 4-Arrow Quiver

Priced: $39.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Bohning Archery Lynx 4-Arrow Quiver -
A second retainer bar set close to the hood lets you remove arrows safely and easily. Will hold fixed blade and mechanical broadheads. A lightweight molded stem keeps weight down for easy carrying without sacrificing the durability you need for hard hunting use. Quiver holds four arrows.
Camo patterns:Mossy Oak® Break-Up®, Realtree AP™, Realtree Hardwoods Green HD®.


  • Dual retaining bars for added arrow security
  • Works with fixed head or mechanicals
  • Durable, molded stem
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Bohning Archery Lynx 4-Arrow Quiver Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Quality product

I bought this quiver this year after breaking my Kwikee quiver 3 arrow and have been very pleased with both the product and the price. Note: I do not leave my quiver on when I hunt from a stand or target shoot.
Deathfromabuv at Cabelas on 01/09/2012

Great Product

I could not be happier with this product. It attaches and detaches smoothly. Holds arrows firmly in place and has no vibrating noise when shooting. I would strongly recommend this quiver to everyone.
KYArrowSLinger at Cabelas on 06/20/2011

nice quiver

I bought this quiver for my son's youth compound bow and it works well with the shorter arrows he shoots.
EddytheJET at Cabelas on 01/17/2012

Negative Reviews:


I bought this as a replacement to the quiver that came with my Hoyt which I have had for 8 yrs now (great bow). I chose this quiver because it has two arrow grips vs. the old Hoyt which had one grip and then foam in the hood. (The foam in the Hoyt eventually wore out, I replaced with some foam from my CVA muzzleloader box, but that wore out as well and arrows are starting to fall out.) I don't like two things about the Bohning quiver - 1) the spine is made of plastic and the lever-lock mades a loud squeaking sound against the plastic spine when you lock the lever (I actually switched back and used the original Bohning lock on the Hoyt because it is a touch quieter), 2) the hood is small -- my 2 and 4 blade Magnus Stingers barely fit but Crimson Talons actually scrape the sides when installed in the quiver, which of course dulls them -- the hood just isn't big enough to handle larger broadheads. I am disappointed in this quiver.
DEANDAD at Cabelas on 09/08/2011