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Mathews ArrowWeb T Series Quiver Review

by Scott Abbott 31. May 2011 08:42
Scott Abbott

Straight forward and to the point, the ArrowWeb T-Series 5 arrow quiver is one fine piece of gear. It has everything that I look for in a quiver and nothing that I despise. Everything from the construction to its everyday ease of use is on point.

 

 

 

This quiver is small in size, (just 8 inches long) but large in features.

Weight- The weight of my rig is important to me, I like to keep my setup nice and lean. The ArrowWeb allows me to keep my setup as lightweight as possible while still maintaining high quality accessories. The mounting bracket weighs just 3 ounces, in addition the quiver weighs only 6 ounces. That makes the complete package just 9 ounces total.

Ease of use and installation- There are no buttons or levers to push or flip to attach or detach the quiver. In a simple one hand twist the quiver is securely put on or taken off thanks to the SpiderClaw quick snap attachment system.

 

The ArrowWeb is very easy to install, after unpacking the quiver just 3 hex bolts later with the assistance of my Pine Ridge allan wrench I was done.

Mounting- The quiver was designed to stand on its own, the quiver mounts to the riser its self, not the bow sight.

Pre-cut foam- The foam insert in the quivers hood is pre-cut for fixed blade and mechanical broadheads. Whether you shoot a 2,3 or 4 blade broadhead, the ArrowWeb has you covered.

 

A view of the pre-cut foam.

Adjustability- The ArrowWeb can be used on right and left hand bows. Also, on the backbone of the quiver you are able to move the point of attachment, raising the quiver on your bow to accommodate longer arrows. This is nice feature for the long draw crowd for keeping your nocks out of the dirt.

If you are in the market for a new quiver, I strongly suggest you consider the ArrowWeb series of quivers.

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