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    Wanted to buy Quiver/Sight/Release aid

    As above Im looking for these items to get up and running. My bow is a Hoyt. If anyone has some second had gear in good nik I would be keen to hear from them. Im not looking for top of the range stuff as Im a student but something semi decent to get me up and running.
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    Thanks Toby . It may be a silly question but are sights and quivers universal fitting or do I need one that suits my bow. thanks for your help

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    Not sure about quivers but im pretty sure sights are universal, I only just got into bows as well. I went into the shop and they helped me out alot. Maybe there is a more experienced bow hunter here who could help you out.

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    Most quivers screw onto the sight (couple holes on the sights that allow for this) although some quivers can be attached through mounting holes in the riser of the bow (have this on my Mathews DXT, with a Mathews T5 quiver)

 

 

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