How to Make an Arrow Holder

Updated April 17, 2017

An arrow holder, also known as a quiver, is device used to hold or carry arrows when hunting or shooting targets. There are several variations of an arrow holder, the most popular being a ground quiver, or hip-and-belt quiver. A hip-and-belt quiver is commonly used, allowing you to conveniently carry your arrows long distances. It will also keep arrows in one place, allowing for easier access when shooting at targets or hunting game.

Cut a piece of two-inch wide PVC pipe 18 inches long.

Place a cork into one end of the PVC pipe, and place small nails into the sides of the PVC pipe where the cork is. This will hold the cork in place. The cork will form a plug in the bottom of the quiver so that the arrows do not fall through.

Drill two holes about a quarter inch down from the top of the PVC pipe. Drill the holes side by side or above and below one another.

Place rope through the drilled holes made in the previous step. The string should only be six to eight inches in length.

Tie the rope around your belt or belt loop. Using an arrow holder tied to your belt loop makes carrying arrows easier.

Things You'll Need

  • 2-inch wide PVC pipe
  • Cork
  • Drill
  • Hammer
  • Nails
  • Rope
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