The development of compound bows in the mid 1970s revolutionized bowhunting in the United States. It also made the excellent quiver that Bob Stinson had invented for recurve bows in 1956 practically obsolete. That side effect, however, didn't stop Stinson from creating in 1976 what has become the iconic bow-mounted arrow holder: the Kwikee Kompound Kwiver. It is lightweight, quiet, trim, and quickly detachable. Over 30 years later, the Kwikee has had only a few minor tweaks and remains the most popular quiver in the world. The family-owned Acme, Mich., company guarantees all its products, but chances are your Kwikee Kwiver will outlast your bow, and possibly you.