Easy Peasy Stationary Quiver

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Intro: 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
-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)
-Arrows

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!

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    23 Discussions

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    triumphman

    5 years ago on Introduction

    I thought you made a bow ! Oops! Then I saw the name on the handle. I like it though. I am making bows from Hickory and Ash as my Winter project. Arrows too. Maybe I will do an 'ible on them. Nice idea. Thanks.

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    cool2000

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Nice bow I got the same one for Christmas. I found that you need a rest for the arrow and a nock they protect the arrows and the bow. Nice quiver too!

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    dlizlovs

    5 years ago on Introduction

    At the Mattapany Rod and Gun Club, we use PVC pipes that are stuck in the ground. I'm sure if you attached a PVC pipe of sufficient diameter to a piece of plywood, you'd have a great ground quiver of no interest to bug larva.

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    dlizlovs

    5 years ago on Introduction

    However, I do have to say, yours does look quite nice compared to our PVC ones.

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    arpruss

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Here's a tip: don't leave the quiver outdoors regularly if you have mason bees or similar insects active in the area. I had to throw my stationary quiver out today as the holes had all got filled in by some such insect, and it would have been disgusting to deal with the larvae.

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    arprussjackjackboom

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Mine was actually two boards screwed at right angles, with holes drilled in the side of one. But same basic idea. I really like the look of yours.