“Nothing strengthens authority so much as silence” – Leonardo da Vinci (Click to Tweet)
In our last blog we covered 3 tips on silencing your back quiver, but we are not done!! Here are 3 MORE great tips for silencing your back quiver.
1. Quiver Bottom – Cut a piece of foam or fur and stuff it in the bottom of your quiver. This will limit the amount of noise caused by your arrows bouncing up and down if you are forced to move at a fast pace.
2. Quiver Lip – Glue a piece of fur along the inside lip of your quiver. This will reduce any noise caused by the arrows rattling from side to side against the lip of the quiver. Here is another tip to get the job done easy:
- Buy a strip of Velcro with a self adhesive backing. Line the inside lip of your quiver with the soft side of the Velcro.
3. Quiver Pockets – Ensure your pockets are not full of loose components that can jingle-jangle around while you are roving through the woods. Any loose hardware that you would normally load into your pockets individually can be wrapped in a cloth or bandana. This serves two purposes.
- This limits the amount of space these objects have to move inside your pockets.
- The cloth or bandana dampens any noise that may occur if there is any movement so you can maneuver comfortably through the woods without the worry of your quiver making too much noise.
Leave a comment below and let us know what you do to silence your back quiver.
Read the prelude o this article: 3 Tips to Silencing Your Back Quiver