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Buckhunter1

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Hey Jon, ever see a quiver mounted on top like this, aka, Munch mount. Really like it. Gotta get another one for my Equinox. Keep your arrows outta the dirt & mud an much nicer if you carry with a sling. 


 







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Had asked about the Leopold Vendetta scope and a mount on a crossbow over on AT and the link showed one. Remember seeing this one when replied and thought it was neat.
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I bought this one used off a guy a while back, a big improvement over the Excal mount. The Excal mounts aren't great if you use your sling, quiver is always rubbing against ya.
This one is the basic black Y style. Check out the other ones.

 http://www.munchmounts.com/
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Never thought about the mount with a sling, Dad's didn't have a mount so just used a hip quiver. My Challenger mounts parallel to the limbs so that had never occured to me shoulder strap wise.
Here's the link to my thread that shows the couple links a couple guys gave, the one has the angled scope mount base on it.
http://www.archerytalk.com/vb/showthread.php?t=2036903

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Interesting!
Yep, the Excal quiver mount is in a bad spot for sure. Have seen em parallel to the limbs which would be better. Think the Mrs Thunderhawk is parallel also.
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