PSE® Mongoose 6 - arrow Quiver, Mossy Oak® Infinity Camo

Item # WX2-212676

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Details & Specs

PSE® Mongoose 6 - arrow Mossy Oak® Infinity Quiver.

Lightweight, durable and compact Bow Quiver that's easy to use! Arrow clip holds carbon or aluminum arrows in the most popular sizes. Quick-release mount makes install and removal a snap!

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  1. 4 stars
    This Quiver is what I expected. Look forward to mounting it on my bow and putting it to use this fall.
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