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The stiffner stick is tied on with buckskin strips. The stick was taken from a beaver house and still has the beaver teeth marks visible where he chewed the bark from the stick. The quiver is sewn with artifical sinew. The strap was rough cut from the same hide and exhibits the same disinctive colors as the quiver. It is attached to the upper end with buckskin strips and antler buttons. A 2" wide buckskin strip is attached to the lower end to lengthen or shorten the strap.
This listing is for the quiver only, no arrows included. See other listing for arrows.
This would be a great addition to any traditional/primitive archers collection.