TightSpot Quiver Review

Tightspot Quiver

Tightspot Quiver

The new TightSpot Quiver claims to be the first bow quiver designed to help archers shoot better while keeping their bow quiver attached to their bow. As many bowhunters like to remove the quiver from the bow because they shoot better without the bow quiver on their bow. They are willing to compromise having their arrows handy to increase their shooting accuracy.

The TightSpot Quiver fits tight to your bow, minimizing torque and improving accuracy. In addition, this quiver allows you to fine tune the balance of a bow, by moving the quiver in and out, up or down, back or forward, to the point where it there is virtually no torque. This will assist you to balance your bow, thereby reducing torque that affects shooting accuracy.

“This is a huge leap in quiver technology,” says Joe Jacks, President of TightSpot Quivers, “Before TightSpot, hunters had to choose between accepting torque and noise, or removing their quivers in the stand, which takes arrows out of close reach.”


Additionally, the TightSpot features a bit longer between its hood and gripper, than any single-piece quiver. It is a full 18″ long, for minimized arrow vibration and noise. A rubber strip on TightSpot’s crossbar reduces arrow vibration. And a silicone sleeve allows you to slide TightSpot directly against the cable guard, mounting the quiver as tightly to the bow as possible, while providing another point of contact for even more vibration damping capability.

The TightSpot Quickdraw arrow deployment system puts your number 1 arrow facing you, in the ready position, opposed to on the side with the remainder of the arrows.

To adjust the TightSpot Quiver, all I had to do was install the quiver leaving the six screws loose. Then I loaded the quiver with arrows. Then I held the bow in front of me with one hand as if I was at full draw, but without the pulling the string. It was a little top heavy at first, so I slide the quiver down the carbon rods about a ¾Ҁ and that fixed the balance for me. Then I tighten the screws and started shooting. I shot with the quiver both on, with it off and there was no difference in my shooting or point-of-impact.

After shooting in the field and a few 3-D shoots, I am looking forward to using this quiver on my primary hunting bow this season. This year my quiver is staying on my bow when I’m hunting.

If the TightSpot Quiver passes my test this hunting season, I will use in next year out West for the real test!

I welcome others comments and testimonials as well!

The specs on the TightSpot Quiver are shown below:

Overall Length > 19 3/4″

Distance from hood to gripper > 18″ (the longest distance of any one-piece quiver)

Weight > 11.36 ounces

Structure > Super premium wrapped carbon rods/machined aircraft aluminum

Gripper > Arrow Wedge with independent arrow adjustment

Arrow Capacity > 5 – aluminum or carbon

The TightSpot quiver is available from selected dealers nationwide, in left- or right-hand models, with Realtree APG or Mathews Lost Camouflage. For additional information on the TightSpot Quiver, go to www.tightspotquiver.com.

Here are some pics to depict some of the features:

Fuse Satori on Ross Bow

Fuse Satori on Ross Bow

TightSpot on Ross Bow

TightSpot on Ross Bow

TightSpot Quicklock Cam & Rubber Strip

TightSpot Quicklock Cam & Rubber Strip

Tightspot Arrow Gripper

Tightspot Arrow Gripper

 

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