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Old 05-07-2021, 09:56 AM   #1
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I have a new to me Mathews Switchback ! Iíve been searching for a quality quiver and Iím horrible about going way too in depth on researching Everything . I want a one piece that is made in the USA, 4-5 arrow, quiet, light , will hold 400 spines firmly ,has adjustable angles and has an aluminum locking mechanism on it ( nothing with plastic)! Iíve looked at the high end and middle ranges. What I have found out is they All have their problems which is sad because it tells me that QC is way down -as in with most things! Not interested in the Arrow web at all so we can move on from that one!

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Old 05-07-2021, 10:05 AM   #2
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Have you looked at the Tight Spot? I have 5 and 3 arrow and I love them.
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I have a new to me Mathews Switchback ! I’ve been searching for a quality quiver and I’m horrible about going way too in depth on researching Everything . I want a one piece that is made in the USA, 4-5 arrow, quiet, light , will hold 400 spines firmly ,has adjustable angles and has an aluminum locking mechanism on it ( nothing with plastic)! I’ve looked at the high end and middle ranges. What I have found out is they All have their problems which is sad because it tells me that QC is way down -as in with most things! Not interested in the Arrow web at all so we can move on from that one!

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Aluminum is loud. Nothing wrong with plastic. I've owned about all types and brands. The adjustable angles proved to be useless and offered zero benefit ( imo )
I like Treelimb the most.

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Old 05-07-2021, 10:30 AM   #4
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I run Mathews quivers on my bows but they really ainít that important to me because I donít shoot with it on. When I get to the stand I take it off and go ahead and get an extra arrow out of it and lean up so itís easy access. As for fit and finish they do what I ask them to and thatís hold arrows.


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Old 05-07-2021, 10:53 AM   #5
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Have you looked at the Tight Spot? I have 5 and 3 arrow and I love them.
Yes I have thank you! I need to get my hands on one to check it out!
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I run Mathews quivers on my bows but they really ainít that important to me because I donít shoot with it on. When I get to the stand I take it off and go ahead and get an extra arrow out of it and lean up so itís easy access. As for fit and finish they do what I ask them to and thatís hold arrows.


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You were reading my mind for sure---exactly what I do with my quivers.
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I run a tight spot with 400 spine arrows. Love it. Easy on easy off.


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Aluminum is loud. Nothing wrong with plastic. I've owned about all types and brands. The adjustable angles proved to be useless and offered zero benefit ( imo )
I like Treelimb the most.
Iíve had plastic break on me in the past so Iím still a little Leary of going that route! I personally never had a noise issue with alum. Levers in the past because I was able to adjust them very firmly. Iíll check them out though
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Old 05-07-2021, 11:02 AM   #9
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Tight Spot is about as good as it gets. The arrow holders are adjustable to fit any size shaft.

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I run Mathews quivers on my bows but they really ainít that important to me because I donít shoot with it on. When I get to the stand I take it off and go ahead and get an extra arrow out of it and lean up so itís easy access. As for fit and finish they do what I ask them to and thatís hold arrows.
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You were reading my mind for sure---exactly what I do with my quivers.
X3. You'll love the Switchback. I shot one primarily for years and still have it for my back up.
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If you shoot Ramcats itís even worse. Good luck!


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Old 05-07-2021, 11:46 AM   #12
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Another vote for Tight Spot. Iíve run one for about 8 years now and wonít buy anything different. Itís been all over the US, Canada, and Africa and held up to abuse and still holds arrows as well as the day I bought it.
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Old 05-07-2021, 11:56 AM   #13
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Tight Spot. Lots of used ones for sale over on that other archery forum in the classifieds.
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Old 05-07-2021, 12:13 PM   #14
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I run Mathews quivers on my bows but they really ainít that important to me because I donít shoot with it on. When I get to the stand I take it off and go ahead and get an extra arrow out of it and lean up so itís easy access. As for fit and finish they do what I ask them to and thatís hold arrows.


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Iíll remove mine also unless Iím in an open stand.
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Old 05-07-2021, 12:53 PM   #15
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Old 05-07-2021, 12:59 PM   #16
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there isn't a better quiver than a Tight Spot.
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Old 05-07-2021, 01:02 PM   #17
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I feel like this may seem a bit repetitive, but you should really look at the TightSpot
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Old 05-07-2021, 01:06 PM   #18
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I run a tight spot with 400 spine arrows. Love it. Easy on easy off.


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Old 05-07-2021, 01:07 PM   #19
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Anybody mention tight spot yet? Surprised.. As Tight spot is the best!! Way better than loose spot!!! Lol
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Tightspot without a doubt
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Old 05-07-2021, 01:59 PM   #21
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Anybody mention tight spot yet? Surprised.. As Tight spot is the best!! Way better than loose spot!!! Lol
Iím seeing justttt a little bit of a trend here !

I saw that there was one in the classifieds here this morning and someone said Iíll take it! I found that sort of weird being that the price was more than what I can purchase for brand New!

Thank yíall for the feedback
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I'm gonna be the odd man out and say NO on Tight Spot. I had one on my hoyt Rx-1 and hated it. Actually had arrows fall out of it.

Got the Fuse quiver and like it much better.
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Old 05-07-2021, 02:14 PM   #23
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Just went through all that after wife bought me a new bow for Christmas (finally came in in March lol). Tight Spot 7 is what I ended up with. I have mine angled forward and the hood tucks nicely underneath my upper limb to keep it really close to centered in the bow. You can tighten it down for smaller diameter arrows if needed, or loosen for larger, it's designed to adjust tension so no worries about losing arrows.

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Old 05-07-2021, 02:16 PM   #24
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I'm gonna be the odd man out and say NO on Tight Spot. I had one on my hoyt Rx-1 and hated it. Actually had arrows fall out of it.

Got the Fuse quiver and like it much better.
See, I have been seeing the same thing in reviews about the tight spot! Thatís why I said QC must be a problem there too!
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See, I have been seeing the same thing in reviews about the tight spot! Thatís why I said QC must be a problem there too!
There's a screw to adjust tension on the arrow shaft.
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Old 05-07-2021, 02:18 PM   #26
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There's a screw to adjust tension on the arrow shaft.
Got it! Thanks!
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Old 05-07-2021, 04:00 PM   #27
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Old 05-07-2021, 06:08 PM   #28
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Weird.... Two seasons in on my tight spot and never had a 400 spined arrow fall out
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Old 05-07-2021, 08:12 PM   #30
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Old 05-07-2021, 08:15 PM   #31
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I have the G5 quiver on both of f my Switchbacks and love them. Very quiet while shooting, removing arrows and removing and installing the quiver. Plenty of adjustments and light weight. Give them a look.
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I have the G5 quiver on both of f my Switchbacks and love them. Very quiet while shooting, removing arrows and removing and installing the quiver. Plenty of adjustments and light weight. Give them a look.
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I have tight spots on both my hunting bows and love em. Of course, now i prefer to shoot without a quiver so go figure.
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I have tight spots on both my hunting bows and love em. Of course, now i prefer to shoot without a quiver so go figure.
You never know when you may get to stalk hunt- then youíll need them! It seems as if a lot of hunters must hunt only in enclosed blinds in which I will a lot but there are times I will be stalking ! Mine will get used
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Tight spot is way to go
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You never know when you may get to stalk hunt- then youíll need them! It seems as if a lot of hunters must hunt only in enclosed blinds in which I will a lot but there are times I will be stalking ! Mine will get used
Tight Spot's first arrow on the quiver pops out towards you instead of off to the side like the rest. They did that intentionally for quick and subtle ejection of that arrow while stalking.
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I have a new to me Mathews Switchback ! I’ve been searching for a quality quiver and I’m horrible about going way too in depth on researching Everything . I want a one piece that is made in the USA, 4-5 arrow, quiet, light , will hold 400 spines firmly ,has adjustable angles and has an aluminum locking mechanism on it ( nothing with plastic)! I’ve looked at the high end and middle ranges. What I have found out is they All have their problems which is sad because it tells me that QC is way down -as in with most things! Not interested in the Arrow web at all so we can move on from that one!

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alpine soft lock,, and done,,, been using the same one for 20 years now, i have several bows and each one has the alpine mount on it, just take it off of one and sue another,,, the mount is rubber and the quivers are about the quietest made

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Im thinking about trying the new Tight spot two piece.. But I already have a regular tight spot so probably dont need to waste my money
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alpine soft lock,, and done,,, been using the same one for 20 years now, i have several bows and each one has the alpine mount on it, just take it off of one and sue another,,, the mount is rubber and the quivers are about the quietest made


Great quivers that are very quiet. Ive been using them for quite a few years as well. But, they are a pita to get off and put on.

Ive been looking for at getting a tightspott for awhile, but dang theyre expensive. Have never been able to bring myself to spend the money. Especially since whatever I buy, I have to buy two. One for my wife as well.


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Old 05-08-2021, 10:35 PM   #41
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Great quivers that are very quiet. Ive been using them for quite a few years as well. But, they are a pita to get off and put on.

Ive been looking for at getting a tightspott for awhile, but dang theyre expensive. Have never been able to bring myself to spend the money. Especially since whatever I buy, I have to buy two. One for my wife as well.


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Mathews quivers have been great in the past, if not I would look at tree limb quivers. I and my sons used tight spots for a couple years and are more adjustable, but all three of ours had issues at the worst of times. The epoxy broke a couple times. And one sheered the bolts off. I would never use a quiver that mounts on my sight bracket again. A guy last year while we were hunting pigs had some issues with his in camp also. He ended up having to carry his arrows around for a week.
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Old 05-08-2021, 10:58 PM   #43
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Mathews quivers have been great in the past, if not I would look at tree limb quivers. I and my sons used tight spots for a couple years and are more adjustable, but all three of ours had issues at the worst of times. The epoxy broke a couple times. And one sheered the bolts off. I would never use a quiver that mounts on my sight bracket again. A guy last year while we were hunting pigs had some issues with his in camp also. He ended up having to carry his arrows around for a week.
Iíve read about the epoxy problem many times on reviews in the last week! But I still think QC is lacking one every brand!

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Iíve read about the epoxy problem many times on reviews in the last week! But I still think QC is lacking one every brand!

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Iíve worked in an archery shop for the last 8 years and have never had a Tight Spot returned for epoxy or any other reason for that matter. Iím on year 6 with mine. Hunt 100 days a year and the only issue I ever have is the need to occasionally tighten the clamp screw so it holds tighter to the bracket.

Alpine Soft Lock? Great quiver In the 20th century.
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Iíve worked in an archery shop for the last 8 years and have never had a Tight Spot returned for epoxy or any other reason for that matter. Iím on year 6 with mine. Hunt 100 days a year and the only issue I ever have is the need to occasionally tighten the clamp screw so it holds tighter to the bracket.

Alpine Soft Lock? Great quiver In the 20th century.
We didnít return them either, we just tossed them out.
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We didnít return them either, we just tossed them out.

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I bought a trophy ridge w the lights in it. I use those lights all the time. Great idea. Will buy again.
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We didn’t return them either, we just tossed them out.



You tossed a $150 quiver that could easily be fixed? Next time you do something like that with anything archery, send it to me....I'll fix whatever it is and find a kid that needs something. I'll pay shipping.
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