A Quiver For Every Occasion – Hunting, Competition, & Practice

 

Your Quiver is a main component in your archery gear.  It is also one of the most visible pieces of equipment that you’ll wear.  Not all quivers are created equally.  Your quiver can say a little or a lot about who you are.  That’s why Rasher Quivers offers a wide variety of custom quivers that can be personalized to fit your personality and style.

There are a lot of things to consider when choosing a quiver. Draw Movement, Noise Level, Maneuverability, Depth, Arrow Capacity, Arrowhead Style, Weight, Extra Storage Capacity…  This list goes on and on.  The good news is that you don’t need a single quiver to do it all.  Rasher Quivers provides a wide variety of models and styles to fit your quiver needs for every occasion.  There is a purpose for every quiver and for every quiver a purpose.

HUNTING QUIVER

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For hunting we offer a variety of back quivers.  Back Quivers have been tested and proven by hunters like Howard Hill, Ron Laclair, and Byron Ferguson just to name a few.  They offer the wide lip and bottom to accommodate many different styles of arrowheads from field points and trade points to blunt heads and broadheads.  With a custom Rasher Quiver you can order a custom quiver depth to accommodate your arrow length.  With a foam bottom the noise level can be greatly reduced.  For mobility purposes, many roll the back quiver under their arms when traversing through heavy brush.

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If you prefer minimal draw movement, you may want to consider a sling quiver. A sling quiver is strapped over the shoulder, but carried at the side or hip.   The draw style of a sling quiver keeps your arrows right where you need them.  Again, for mobility purposes you can carry the sling quiver under your arm.  They have an open lip and wide bottom to accommodate almost any style of arrow-head.

COMPETITION QUIVER

If you have ever been standing on a line of archers at a competition shoot then you know that it’s not the best place to draw from a back quiver.  it is possible, and it can be done, but those shooting lines can get pretty tight at times.  For this reason, I choose a side quiver, either a field quiver or a hip quiver.

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A field quiver is a side quiver that has the arrow shafts leaning behind you.  This type of side quiver has been used by Olympic archers like Brady Ellison, Jake Kaminski, Ki Bobae, Im Dong-Hyun , Khatuna Lorig, and more.

 

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A hip quiver has the shafts leaning or laying in front of you. Competition archers of all styles have used a hip quiver.  Ann Webber-Hoyt, Deepika Kumari, Aida Roman and so many more.

 

PRACTICE QUIVER

The Rasher Pocket Quiver

Pocket Quiver

Sometimes you just want to get out there and shoot.  You don’t need all of your equipment for that.  Just grab a pocket quiver and go.

The Pocket Quiver is THE must have archery accessory for the archer who has limited time to practice. Get out and start shooting right away. A Pocket Quiver is meant to prevent your field points from puncturing the fabric of your pockets.  The Pocket Lip prevents the quiver from falling deeper into the pocket so the quiver stays easily accessible.  You can also wear a pocket quiver as a hip quiver on your belt.

Rasher Quivers has a quiver for every occasion. Start your collection today by visiting http://www.RasherQuivers.com.

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Save On Small Business Saturday!

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Rasher Quivers

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November 26, 2016

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Rasher Quivers | Leather & Process Video

Jason talks about the type of leather used for Rasher Quivers products. He also lays out the process it takes to get to a finished product.  Watch the video below.

Visit us at Rasher Quivers and order your custom leather gear today!

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How To Make Simple, Cheap Archery Target Points

Another pretty cool YouTube find.  If you like making your own equipment, this video series may interest you.  How To Make Simple, Cheap Archery Target Points by PVC Archer. I will post links to the video series below.

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How To Make Simple, Cheap Archery Target Points – Part 1

How To Make Simple, Cheap Archery Target Points – Part 2

How To Make Simple, Cheap Archery Target Points – Part 3

How To Make Simple, Cheap Archery Target Points – Part 4

How To Make Simple, Cheap Archery Target Points – Part 5

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First Time Buying of Traditional Archery Equipment – Make the Mistakes

Source: Stick & String Adventures Podcast – Episode 27 – Archers Roundtable

The Continuing Conversation between

Jason at Pacific Archery

Jason Albert – The other thing is this…  You have an uncle that’s been shooting for forty or fifty years.  He’s going to tell you to buy this and buy that.  Those recommendations are based on his experiences and preferences.  They may be more expensive and they may not be what you want or what you end up wanting.  So I say again, buy cheap.  Join the clubs and tournaments and meet as many people as you can.  Look at their equipment and figure out what it is you like about their stuff.  What you don’t like about their stuff.  Get their opinions and their assessments.  Then make your own assessments from their.

Nick Viau – Once again, I am aligned with Jason here.  You gotta love the older shooters that have been doing this for a long time.  They truly are trailblazers.  They’ve been doing this for a long time.  I guess this goes out to them.  Don’t be so stubborn as to what works for you that you try to work somebody else into that mold. New archer don’t just want to hear,  “You gotta shoot this way.” or “You gotta do this.  Why would you want to try this?  Why would you want to do that because  I’ve already been there.  I’ve already make the mistake, I’ll save you the time.”  No, that’s not the point.  The point is that you want to make those mistakes.  It’s those mistakes that make you go Down the path that you need to go to.  The way you want to go.

“IT’S THOSE MISTAKES THAT MAKE YOU GO DOWN THE PATH THAT YOU NEED TO GO.”

If you just jump into it and do what everybody tells you to do and not experience anything for yourself…  That takes half the fun out of it. I think a lot of people are guilty of that. I try to watch myself on that when I write and everything else.  I don’t want to influence somebody to do something just because I’ve done it.  I don’t want to be that way thirty years from now either.  People look up to you and you command somebody’s attention, then don’t force them into doing something, and don’t shake your head at their decision.  Respectfully let them do what they’re going to do.  Give them a fair warning, “This is what happened to me, it could happen to you, but it might not.”  Then just let them go their own way.

Ned  Miller– I think one pure example of that is…  Go to any 3D tournament or any competition at all.  Everybody has different bows, everybody has different arrows, and we all seem to be hitting the target.  So, I think that speaks a lot to the fact that there is no “One Path”

Jason Albert – Absolutely.  Not to mention the shooting styles.  You have instinctive, gapping, face walking, string walking.  Just because this one guy here shoots like Howard Hill doesn’t mean that it is going to be the right style for me.

WE WOULD LOVE TO HEAR ABOUT YOUR ARCHERY EXPERIENCES.  TELL US ABOUT THEM IN THE COMMENTS BELOW.

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New Munster Gun Show | November 25-27

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Join Rasher Quivers in Wisconsin at the New Munster Gun Show on November 25-27.  See Rasher Quivers products up close and personal.

Up to 30% Off Website Prices At The Show Only

Bob & Rocco Gun Show

NEW MUNSTER GUN SHOW

at the Bella Vita Banquet Hall

34816 Geneva Rd, Burlington, WI 53105

November 25 – 27 2016

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  • Adults – $6.00
  • 14 & Under – FREE

Show Hours:

  • Fri: 3pm – 8pm
  • Sat: 9am – 5pm
  • Sun: 9am – 3pm
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Rasher Quivers Veterans Day Sale

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