Point holder cup
On a recent
business trip I had a few hours free, so I
decided to spend them at the local BassPro Shop
in Grapevine (Dallas,TX) . Among other things I
noticed a Neet Quiver lined up on the shelves.
Since seeing it
for the first time on a mail order catalog have
been curious about it: although it was being
advertised as a bow quiver it would be just fine
with shorter crossbow arrows. So it did not take
much to end up in the cart.
The quiver comes
in a wrapped in a plastic bag that contains the
quiver itself, a black Nylon belt (74 inches)
and a black Nylon strap (35 1/2 inches) to fix
the lower end of the quiver just above the knee.
The belt sports a quick release buckle and the
strap has an adjustable buckle.
The quiver is finished in HD Hardwood Green
Cordura with a
like back to reduce noise,
generally quality of the product is very good
with seam and stitching very well done. Belt and leg strap are
made of black Nylon
Neet quiver also comes in
Break-Up Cordura and Advantage Timber Cordura,
for those who love the traditional look or
simply do not like camo there is also the
T-107-LR that comes in Burgundy Leather and
Honey Brown Suede.
The product is made in USA.
The quiver is equipped with a swivel belt loop
that can rotate freely or can be fixed in two
positions thanks to an aluminum low profile
screw and rivet like bolt the two fixed
positions (about 45°) are just right have arrows
pointing back and not interfere while walking.
The angle proves to be just right while kneeling
or taking a seated position
No tool is
provided so you need your own screwdriver or
keep a small coin handy.
The quiver also sports
two plastic loops on the upper and lower end
just in case you may want more flexibility in
placement (on your back?) or to have the quiver
hanging while on your treestand.
When it comes to quivers
one of my priorities is how it holds arrows. The
Neet LR-107 will not disappoint you.
Arrow are securely held
in place with a top rubber holder that is thick
and rigid enough to hold arrows firmly yet is
soft enough not to "snap" when you take arrows
out. Arrows are distanced about 1" , enough to
clear large (5") fletching. The bottom arrow cup
has a foam interior with pre drilled holes to
accommodate broadheads. The pattern of the holes
is placed in a way to reduce footprint an yet
provide enough clearance with the largest
Stitching, trim and
seams appear to be done with attention to
detail, design leaves nothing to be deserved,
overall style is very functional.
In the field I really
appreciated the fit of this quiver , arrows do
not get in the way while you walk or climb and,
when the action starts arrows are handy and do
Neet has also a Crossbow
specific quiver catalog No. XY107 that is just a
little shorter, although I sound this LR107 to
be just fine with 20" arrows, as you can see
from the pictures the arrow clear about 8" from
the top holder. The shorter model may be needed
when using short 16" arrows.
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