Re: [SCA-Archery] Shoulder vs Hip Quiver
- Personally, I like using a leg quiver. Its made to fit against the outside of my calf and puts the fletching about at my knee.
In Service to the dream
Carolus von Eulenhorst
-- "Sara" <zawi@...> wrote:
I just made a gorgeous quiver (from the sleeve of an old
leather/sheepskin jacket). It's really pretty.
I have a question...
Do any of you find it advantageous at all to have a shoulder quiver
vs a hip quiver..particularly when it comes to speed rounds ?
(I'm asking because I'm going to finish this quiver as one or the
other and I'd like to put the straps on in the right place.)
I'm used to using only a hip quiver, but if I can get an extra arrow
off in a speed round with a shoulder quiver, I'm willing to give it a
- Sara -
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budget, and put down soldiers and sailors, but one thing history has
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complainers are sure glad to have them. My hat is off to the USMC, one
of the finest bodies of fighting men the world has seen. Their defense
of Wake Island ranks with that of Thermopylae.
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