Introduction: Easy Peasy Stationary Quiver
This "ible" takes very little time and is a great alternative to spending $20 buying another arrow holdy thingy.
Let's get started with the parts list!
Parts and tools.
-Drill Bit (It needs to match the width of your arrow. Mine was a 3/8ths inch.)
-A Log (It can be as long as you want it, as long as it has been split in half)
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Step 1: Drill Holes
Take your drill, insert drill bit, and drill holes an inch apart, along the middle of the log.
Insert your arrows and you are done!
Now get to shooting!