First Look: Sevr Max Grip Quiver for Mechanical Broadheads

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posted on January 24, 2023
Max Grip Quiver

In collaboration with TightSpot, Sevr Broadheads has developed a universal quiver for mechanical broadheads. The Sevr Max Grip quiver holds five arrows and features TightSpot's vented hood. This hood is designed to ensure fitment of virtually any broadhead, fixed or
mechanical, and is especially well suited to Sevr's Lock-and-Pivot broadheads.

Max Grip features the TightSpot patented three-way adjustment system, allowing the quiver to be positioned tightly to the bow. This eliminates torque and provides better balance. The patented BullDog arrow grippers are individually adjustable to any arrow diameter, while the Max Grip 16.5-inch overall length carbon fiber rod frame system reduces vibration. The included second arrow gripper is adjustable for positioning around bow accessories, while the mounting plate is quick-detachable.

For more information, visit sevrbroadheads.com MSRP: $185.95

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