Ground Quiver From PVC Pipe




Introduction: Ground Quiver From PVC Pipe

There are many variety of ground quivers out there but this is probably the easiest and cheapest to make. It takes less then 10 minutes and about $2 for PVC pipe.

So this is what you'll need to make your own:

  • PVC pipe (2 inch x 24 inch)
  • Hand saw
  • Heat gun
  • Ruler

Step 1: Measure

Measure 3 inches from one end of PVC pipe and with aid of steel clamp (optional) draw a line around circumference of pipe at 3 inch mark.

Step 2: Cut

With hand saw make a center cut down to the 3 inch mark. Make another cut perpendicular to first cut to get 4 quarters.

Step 3: Heat and Bend

With heat gun, heat at 3 inch mark while slowly rotating pipe for about 1 minute or until pipe is slow enough to bend. Then spread the 4 quarters out and hold for another minute or until it cools. Optionally, you may file or sand the legs to remove any rough edges.

If you want to be carry your arrows in the quiver and not have them fall out you can crumble couple sheets of news paper and stuff it up the bottom. Enjoy!

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    I am going to have to make one for my son. He likes shooting his 20lb draw recurve. He says that he feels like the green arrow or Hawkeye. when he is loosing arrows. And he is just a bit too short for a belt quiver.

    And it fits with what I like best about a project. Keep It Stupid Simple.


    8 years ago on Introduction

    we use a similar design at the club, but glued an end cap on and screwed that to a wooden board. works very well and easy for a lot of youngsters to start shooting