The Scabbard Hip Quiver

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The Scabbard features a sleek hip quiver design that resembles a knife scabbard. It is crafted using real 6 ounce leather with hand stitched seams.  The Scabbard Hip Quiver is perfect for competition shooters. The wide belt opening accommodates belts up to 3.5 inches.  The arrow case will fit up to 7 standard arrows comfortably.

 

 

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  • Black
  • Brown
  • Tan
  • Blue
  • Green
  • Burgundy
  • Yellow
  • Antique Tan
  • Antique Mahogany
  • Antique Brown


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  • Right Handed
  • Left Handed

Belt Opening: 3.5 inches

Arrow Capacity: Up to 7 standard arrows

Arrow Case:

  • 11 inches on the long side
  • 9 inches on the short side

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  • Stitched Seam
  • Snaps – Nickle Plated
  • Snaps – Brass Plated

Frame Options:

  • None
  • Concho – Stainless Steel
  • Concho – Solid Brass
  • Concho – Two-Tone

Arrow Tubes: Optional

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THE TRI-WEAVE EMBRACER Archery Arm Guard

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This is no average archery arm guard.  It’s an Embracer Arm Guard that features a hand-tooled Tri-Weave pattern with a border.  The two-tone color option and celtic dragon buttons really add to it’s unique appearance.  

FUNCTION

The Tri-Weave Embracer is crafted to place on either arm.  It doesn’t matter if you are a righty or a lefty, this arm guard will work for you.  It features an easy-on, easy-off application so that you can spend more time shooting and less time putting on your equipment.  Each cord crosses behind your arm and connects to the buttons on the opposite sides of the arm guard.  The Embracer features an easy adjustment of the cord lengths. This allows it to be worn bare arm, with a shirt, or with a jacket.

MEASUREMENTS

This Arm guard will fit forearms 7.25 inches and up.  It measures 6.5 inches long and is made from 6 to 8 ounce genuine leather so that it offers superior protection from string slap or chaffing.

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  • Size: Small
  • Length: 6.5 inches
  • Material: 6-8 oz. genuine leather
  • Color: Antique Tan & Black
  • Ambidextri: Righty or Lefty
  • Hardware: Celtic Dragon Button

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Quiver Quick Tip – Arrow Tubes

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Back Quivers are awesome, but sometimes your arrow’s need a little order.  Try using arrow tubes to reduce space and quiet down the arrow rattle.  If you need more…  Try using PVC Pipes at different circumferences for your possibles storage.

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The Quiver Side Strap

Installing the Deluxe Side Strap

Quiver Side Strap in the Tan color optionThe Quiver Side Strap is the perfect accessory to almost any traditional shoulder strapped back quiver.  It’s easy to attach and comfortable to wear.  This Strap secures your quiver, restricting it’s mobility, while making it easier to draw your arrows and move about.  The Quiver Side Strap is a must have for any serious traditional archer.

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Attaching The Quiver Side Strap to your back quiver is very easy.  Just follow the instructions below:

Installation

  1. Separate the Long 1-inch strap from the buckle of the Small 1-inch strap.
  2. Tie the lace of the 1-inch Long strap to one of the holes on the strap of your quiver. Adjust to different holes until it feels comfortable.  It may be necessary to punch an extra hole in your quiver strap.
  3. Tie the lace of the 1-inch Short strap to the strap brace on the bottom strap of your quiver.
  4. Attach the two straps using the buckle. Adjust to fit

NOTE: The Snaps on the strap may be used to install The Quiver Side Strap if loops are available to attach to.

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The Custom Embracer Arm Guard

With Rasher Quivers you can customize your archery arm guard as a gift or as an heirloom to pass down for generations.  Show off your personality with a Custom Embracer Arm Guard from Rasher QuiversPersonalize your archery equipment just for you, or create a unique gift for someone special.

The Embracer is a universal fit arm guard which means that it will fit both right and left handed shooters.  It features an easy-on, easy-off application so that you can spend more time shooting and less time putting on your equipment.  Each cord crosses behind your arm and connects to the buttons on the side of the arm guard.  The Embracer features an easy adjustment of the cord lengths, this allows it to be worn bare arm or with a shirt or Jacket.  Unlike our bracer style arm guards, the Embracer can be moved up and down the arm for optimal placement to prevent string slap and chaffing.  

The Embracer Arm Guard measures 6.5 inches long and is made from thick genuine leather so that it offers superior protection.  The Metal Buttons add to the durability of this awesome arm guard providing a worry free experience.

As a Custom Arm Guard, the Embracer has several options available:

Ambidextri: This is where you choose which hand you will wear the Embracer Arm Guard, on the right handed or on the left.  This option is important for tooling preferences. We wouldn’t want an object facing the wrong direction

Sizing:  The Embracer Arm Guard is offered in two sizes, Large and Small. The Large fits forearms 9.5 inches and up.  (Measured 4 inches from wrist)  The Small Fits forearms 7.25 inches and up.  (Measured 4 inches from wrist)

Color options: We have several color options available for the Embracer Arm Guard.  Just make your selection from the drop down menu.  Two-tone options are available.  Just describe your needs in the “Describe your Tooling” area.

Custom Tooling: Custom tooling is available for an additional fee.  This covers the whole arm guard  Be creative, but remember that surface area is limited to the size of the leather.  Check out our Arm Guard Gallery for ideas and inspiration.

Describe Your Tooling:  This is not so much an option, but a way for you to tell us about your tooling preferences.  Don’t forget to include color, placement, and other special information needed to complete your tooling preferences.

Image:  Uploading a specific image that you desire to be tooled is very helpful in Rasher Quivers attempt to create exactly what you are looking for.

Lets Not forget that this is a “CUSTOM” Embracer Arm Guard.  This means that this item is NOT in stock and that crafting times apply.

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The truth about tuning your bow, and other non-sense.

The truth about tuning your bow, and other non-sense.
from SCOTT WILLIAMS
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I am sharing this article for access. Please read the entire article at BOWHUNTING-TRADITIONAL-STYLE. It is well worth the read.

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I have to admit, after years of using the “bare shaft” tuning method, it has only been within the last two year that I have perfected it!  

Part of the reason, must fall at the feet of those preaching it, who didn’t have the right ideas as to how to do it!   That would include people who stated they tried it, but it didn’t work.   I must not over look those who shoot self-bows, and bows that are not cut to, or near enough to center-shot!   Those poor souls must deal with the fact that they are “shooting off the side of their bows,” as opposed to shooting through the bow, which is closer to what happens when your bow is center-shot.   Having stated the above, those who shoot off the side of the bow need not fret, there are other tuning methods, methods that work nearly as well as…

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The Scythian Quiver

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