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Bohning Archery Lynx Quiver



The Lynx quiver is not new, but for 2010 you can buy it in pink to show your support for Breast Cancer Awareness. The lightweight Lynx 4 ($38) weighs 6 oz. while the Lynx 6 ($42) weighs 8 oz. Both hold fixed or mechanical heads while protecting fingers from broadhead blades with a retainer bar and hood cutaway.




If you're afraid to haul a pink quiver into the woods for fear it will spook game animals, rest assured Bohning integrates the color into a camouflage scheme for subtlety.

Contact: Bohning CO. LTD., 1-800-253-0136, www.bohning.com


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