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I love it! :thumbsu:

Although I have never made one, this is exactly the type of quiver I would like to have for standing in front of my back stop for an hour doing target practice.

I have a couple ideas I'm mulling over in my head that I'd like to make for field quivers that give more protection to the cones and prevent the darts from rattling. Whether or not they come into fruition only time will tell.

NIce job with your bamboo quiver.
 

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I love it! :thumbsu:

Although I have never made one, this is exactly the type of quiver I would like to have for standing in front of my back stop for an hour doing target practice.

I have a couple ideas I'm mulling over in my head that I'd like to make for field quivers that give more protection to the cones and prevent the darts from rattling. Whether or not they come into fruition only time will tell.

NIce job with your bamboo quiver.
I put a little melted beeswax in the bottom. Just enough so the tips of the darts stick. It works great.
 

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I love it! :thumbsu:

Although I have never made one, this is exactly the type of quiver I would like to have for standing in front of my back stop for an hour doing target practice.

I have a couple ideas I'm mulling over in my head that I'd like to make for field quivers that give more protection to the cones and prevent the darts from rattling. Whether or not they come into fruition only time will tell.

NIce job with your bamboo quiver.
I put a little melted beeswax in the bottom. Just enough so the tips of the darts stick. It works great.
Looks like necessity really is the mother of invention. You have managed to achieve the best of both worlds in that it works great and it also looks great. If it works............don't fix it. :thumbsu:
 
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