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    Tightspot

    Are these things REALLY worth the money? I mean c'mon, $110-$160 for a quiver? Do they really do all the things they say they do, and wouldn't you think they would INCLUDE the mount for HHA style sights for that price? Anyway, I haven't heard much about them and wanna know everything I can before I decide to drop that much cash on a quiver. Thanks!
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    In my apinion best quivers on the market the way they hug the bow and the adjustability to fit any arrow out there


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    Quote Originally Posted by okdeerslayer View Post
    In my apinion best quivers on the market the way they hug the bow and the adjustability to fit any arrow out there


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    Do they actually dampen noise and vibration as stated on their website? I have an Alpine soft loc now and I love it, the only problem is when I put it on the bow the farthest arrow from me sometimes hits against my HHA sight. Doesn't stay there, it only happens while taking it off or putting it on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by okdeerslayer View Post
    In my apinion best quivers on the market the way they hug the bow and the adjustability to fit any arrow out there


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    I agree - and I had to see it to believe it last year!!! Finally broke down an tried one, an I'm not turning back!

    Yes, they do a good job of dampening. I it the best at dampening... I don't know about that, but it does dampen some nose/vibe and it surely doesn't add any noise/vibe to your bow!!!



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    They are decent. But IMO I don't think they are worth the high price.

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    In my opinion if you are going to shoot with the quiver on they are the best on the market. You can get them real close to the bow so there is minimal balance impact side to side and lots of adjustability up and down and for different size arrow shafts. The dont really make your bow quieter than without a quiver on but they do not add any noise either. The only problem is they are a little heavy.

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    Mine is going to be here today for my vendetta.I had a tough time with the price also but a 2 piece pse eclipse quiver was about the same price, and I wanted to be able to easily remove it to put in my bow case. I will post my findings here later.
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    Anyone had any compatibility problems with the Tightspot and a Limbdriver Pro V?

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    Adding mass to a bow will lessen peak vibration. The refractory period is the time between the initial pulse of vibration and when it stops oscillating (comes to rest). Adding mass decreases the size of the initial pulse, but doesn't necessarily affect the refractory period. Mathews Harmonic Dampeners are a good example. They lessen the initial pulse but elongate the refractory period. Sims Vibration won't make Harmonic Dampeners for Mathews because of this. Sims wants a decrease in initial pulse and a decrease in refractory period. I don't see how adding the mass of a quiver could shorten both refractory period and initial pulse. And yes, I have done studies into harmonics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostBuck_007 View Post
    Anyone had any compatibility problems with the Tightspot and a Limbdriver Pro V?

    Blah, blah, yada, yada, yada...
    No...but sometimes cord routing can be tricky.....if your anal about the cord touching anything....you may have issues but it works fine...

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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostBuck_007 View Post
    Anyone had any compatibility problems with the Tightspot and a Limbdriver Pro V?

    Blah, blah, yada, yada, yada...
    I did have to cant the quiver forward from top to bottom between 3-5 degrees on a couple bows to avoid contact between the LD lever arm and carbon rod on the quiver. Of course I could also have not seated the quiver so close to the riser as well, but that defeats the purpose of having the "Tight" Spot. This also just highlights the versatility and flexibility of this quiver!



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    Quote Originally Posted by 2xR View Post
    I did have to cant the quiver forward from top to bottom between 3-5 degrees on a couple bows to avoid contact between the LD lever arm and carbon rod on the quiver. Of course I could also have not seated the quiver so close to the riser as well, but that defeats the purpose of having the "Tight" Spot. This also just highlights the versatility and flexibility of this quiver!
    Could of also moved the quiver back towards the string more....

    I actually had a harder time getting clearance for the tumb wheel on the QAD....
    Last edited by enkriss; 07-25-2012 at 06:53 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bow Only View Post
    Adding mass to a bow will lessen peak vibration. The refractory period is the time between the initial pulse of vibration and when it stops oscillating (comes to rest). Adding mass decreases the size of the initial pulse, but doesn't necessarily affect the refractory period. Mathews Harmonic Dampeners are a good example. They lessen the initial pulse but elongate the refractory period. Sims Vibration won't make Harmonic Dampeners for Mathews because of this. Sims wants a decrease in initial pulse and a decrease in refractory period. I don't see how adding the mass of a quiver could shorten both refractory period and initial pulse. And yes, I have done studies into harmonics.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GhostBuck_007 View Post
    Anyone had any compatibility problems with the Tightspot and a Limbdriver Pro V?

    Blah, blah, yada, yada, yada...
    I flipped my mounting bracket on the sight to give myself a little extra clearance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2xR View Post
    I agree - and I had to see it to believe it last year!!! Finally broke down an tried one, an I'm not turning back!

    Yes, they do a good job of dampening. I it the best at dampening... I don't know about that, but it does dampen some nose/vibe and it surely doesn't add any noise/vibe to your bow!!!
    I agree with 2xR....best quiver I have tried to date. And helps with dampening of vibe also. Excellent product!!!!!




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