TREESTAND BOW HOLDERS

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shadow
 
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RE: TREESTAND BOW HOLDERS

Postby shadow » Mon Oct 27, 2008 1:34 pm

I also have an arrow nocked and ready to go..why make more movement than you need to. I use a whisker biscuit rest so it holds the arrow nicely.
And my arrow holder is attached to the top padded area of the rail, I just moved aside the pad, attached the holder and slid the padding back around the arrow holder.

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RE: TREESTAND BOW HOLDERS

Postby fasteddie » Mon Oct 27, 2008 3:19 pm

ORIGINAL: fireflyparamedic
Fasteddie,
From the looks of your pic, do you have the holder on the upper portion of your stand. Looks like a member of the cross rail. Also just wanted to make sure other people nock an arrow. Guess the less movement and noise the better.
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The picture I posted is from a catalog page .
I have mine on the rail of a ladder stand where I can just reach up and grab the bow with minimal movement . The arrow is nocked and ready to shoot . The holder will work on a ladder stand or climber with one inch square tubing . I am considering carrying along a piece of hacksaw blade so I cut a piece of the stand mesh and use it on a chain-on stand .

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RE: TREESTAND BOW HOLDERS

Postby Konk » Tue Oct 28, 2008 4:46 am

Thanks guys, I'm heading to Dick's tonight to look at some other items. Hopefully they will have some of these in stock to take a look at.
 
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