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TruGlo Carbon XS Quiver

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Product Description

TruGlo Carbon XS Bow Quiver features a durable carbon composite spine with Positive-Cam-Lock mounting system for smooth one handed removal. Moves the quiver tight against the bow riser for superior balance. This quality Carbon XS Bow Quiver also is vibration free, has Tru-Touch soft feel technical coating, secure double gripper design and fits both carbon and aluminum arrows as well as mechanical and fixed broadheads. Includes hanging loop for treestands or ground blinds. The mounting bracket is adjustable to fit all bows. The rubber hood insert reduces noise so you won't spook game and won't dull broadheads. Fits both left and right handed bows and hold up to 5 arrows. The Carbon XS Bow Quiver is a must have for bow season.

TruGlo Carbon XS Bow Quiver Features:
  • Lightweight/Compact design
  • Durable Composite Spine
  • Easy one-hand removal
  • Positive Cam Lock mounting system
  • Tru-Touch soft-feel technical coating
  • Secure double gripper design
  • Fits both carbon and aluminum arrows
  • Fits both mechanical and fixed broadheads
  • Rubber hood insert reduces noise without dulling broadheads
  • Includes rope hanging loop
  • Fits right or left handed bows

Specifications and additional product information
TruGlo Carbon XS Quiver Technical Information:
  • Number of Arrows: 5 Stem
  • Material: Carbon Composite
  • Hood Material: Polymer w/ rubber insert
  • Detachable: Yes
  • Vertical Adjustment: Yes
  • Tilt Adjustment: Yes
  • Hanger Hook: Yes
  • Number of Arrow Grippers: 2
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