I've owned lots of quivers over the years and they have all left something to be desired. I had heard rave reviews about Tight Spot over the years but have been hesitant to pull the trigger because I thought a quiver couldn't possibly justify that hefty price tag..but I think I found a keeper. It's tight fitting to your bow and enables you to carry a few extra arrows with no weight penalty. Some other quivers in the past have developed rattles and become loose from the beatings in the mountains and are quite annoying but I have yet to have this happen with this quiver. It is a good match with the Black Gold Pro Sight.
Great quiver. Best out of five I've owned, mounts super tight to the bow, great quality. I use micro diameter arrows, the adjustments holds the arrows tight as I want them. The ability to have a couple extra arrows to practice with or have judo points on is great, they fit right inside the other 5 arrows so you don't notice any extra bulk to the head of the quiver.
Was wondering if I should get the TS or something else. Had some folks recommend it, so I tried it. Not disappointed. Mounts solid on my bow. Well balanced. Quiet. I am pleased I made the choice. I also went with the 7 arrow over the 5 because of the fact that "capacity is there if/when I need it."
This quiver is rock solid and has enough adjustment to fit any length arrow. No vibration. I put it on a Mathews triax that has a spot hogg fast Eddie XL sight which makes this bow feel front heavy. After I mounted the tight spot quiver, it balanced out really well.
My first time trying a TightSpot quiver, and I’m very impressed. This quiver has numerous adjustment options, yet all are simple to make. The quiver sits tight to the riser due to the dovetail mounting system, and I love being able to tighten the arrow holders so my micro diameter arrows don’t pop out.