Saskatchewan Hunter Safety Course

 

Covered Quiver

quiver

All arrows should be carried safely in a covered quiver. Covered quivers are a convenient and easy way to carry your arrows, giving you quick access while protecting the broadheads and preventing injury. Certain types of quivers can also protect both the arrows and fletching from damage.

 

Before hunting, ensure that all your equipment is in good working condition. Cracked arrows should be destroyed first and then discarded. Check for frayed bowstrings, and replace any bows that have cracked or twisted limbs.

 

Safety first! A wooden arrow cannot handle the extreme pressure of a compound bow. It could shatter, causing damage to the bow and possibly injuring someone.

 
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