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Hello everyone, I am a member of  Ron Kings Quiver Loops Prostaff, our company has designed a great new product that makes bow hunting a lot easier. This new quiver loop that has been developed attaches to your quiver and allows something to hang your quiver while in a tree stand. They're made here in the USA out of high quality para cord, available in several colors! Check out our website @ www.ronkingsquiverloops.com 

 

Thanks! 

 

Brian Morrison

RKQL Pro-Staff

 

Fort Plain New York

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I just drill a smaill hole in the top of the quiver and run a piece of para cord thru it and tie a loop and it works just fine. cost less than a quarter for material aned time less that 5 minute to do....


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I just drill a smaill hole in the top of the quiver and run a piece of para cord thru it and tie a loop and it works just fine. cost less than a quarter for material aned time less that 5 minute to do....

 

 

Shhhhh.  Don't give away all of the secrets Bill. 

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I also use a small piece of cord to fasten my quiver to whatever I need to in any particular stand . A very inexpensive fix .



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Poor guy....lol


The Kindle just doesn't work right and   I have decided not to feed the bullies and distracters...it's call the ignore feature. They only have power when fed.

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I use the Rage Cage quiver...Already got the loop attached!


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I just hang my Elite quiver by the onboard hanger......if it didn't have that hanger though I'd be buying all the OP's stuff I could find.

OP: anymore inventions in the pipeline?


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My Mathews quiver has 4 screws at the top on the back where the bracket meets the hood.  I cut a piece of 1/16" thick cable with a red plastic coating on it, about 4 inches long.  Then used 2 electrical ring terminals....crimped one on either end, and then attached it using 2 of the mounting screws on the quiver.

 

Cost me less than a dollar to make, and took a whopping 5 minutes.

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