passing through an aperture of the bracket 16 and threading into the bow W, with the bracket thus mounted on theside of the hand grip or central part or handle of the bow. Ihe bow quiver hereof comprises an elongated base l5 having a laterally extending sheet metal bracket l6 at its lower end enabling the base to be detachably mounted by a screw I!
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At thelower endof the base is a resilient transverse rack 2| in which may be disposed arrows arranged across the rack, to be parallel to the bow, with the rack having notches 22, three of which are shown for receiving three arrows 23.
The resilience of the material of which the rack 2!
To the other side of the handle is attached the bow quiver hereof which will now be described.
8, 1949 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE BOW' QUIVER Fred B. The drawing shows a bow Ill whose handle l l, covered with suitable covering material, such as leather, is provided on one side with an arrow notch l2.
In this way the quiver does not in any way impair the accuracy of shooting.