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Hi. 

Im after a couple of quivers one in 308 and one in 338, plus a couple of saddle blankets. 

Unfortunately looks like Hoptic dont post to the UK, where can i source such things from please?

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Consider fabric ones from Practical Precision.

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Have a fabric one from Ulfhednar (Norway) the uk importer is Optic Warehouse 

Good value and works

 

I enquired with a UK supplier who didn’t bother responding to my enquiry via their web site 

Guess they didn’t want my business 

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8 minutes ago, DaveT said:

Consider fabric ones from Practical Precision.

Its an option if i cant get the metal ones

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I got my Hoptic bits sent to a buddy in the US and collected at the SHOT Show. Seems to be the only way to go.

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7 minutes ago, Charlts said:

I got my Hoptic bits sent to a buddy in the US and collected at the SHOT Show. Seems to be the only way to go.

Cheers Ryan.

Might have to look into that as i want a few bits

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1 hour ago, Shendy said:

Its an option if i cant get the metal ones

Whole lot cheaper and do the same job....your call.

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I cut a mouse mat and superglued it to my cheek riser. Took 10mins to do and is super comfy, hasn’t budged an inch and was cheap as chips. Looks good too...no fraying.

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1 hour ago, Catch-22 said:

I cut a mouse mat and superglued it to my cheek riser. Took 10mins to do and is super comfy, hasn’t budged an inch and was cheap as chips. Looks good too...no fraying.

???

Great idea but doesn't sound like a Hoptic Quiver though.

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On 2/5/2020 at 8:47 PM, DaveT said:

Consider fabric ones from Practical Precision.

This is a good option unless you don't have a suitable surface for sticking the velcro.

Hunters of England also sell inexpensive round holders.

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3 hours ago, Bangbangman said:

???

Great idea but doesn't sound like a Hoptic Quiver though.

Apologies, was replying in ref to the saddle blankets

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