I've looked for ways for several years to eliminate the heavy quivers that come with crossbows. At one time I thought I had the answer, but then a year or so back ran across a thread where Frank had stuffed a couple of arrows down the rail of his Excalibur, and it was an instant "Aha" moment. I fooled around with the idea and was able to get 2 arrows with Spitfire broadheads inside the rail. Works perfect for me and adds only the weight of the arrows, and no bulky quiver to get in the way. I've used Frank's method exclusively this past season, and have never even had to draw out an arrow for a 2nd shot. There is 1 little drawback; the arrows extend into the stirrup area and need to be taken out to cock or decock the crossbow, but with my bad shoulder, I've been using a crank and they stay in place without having to come out. Getting them out for cocking isn't a problem anyway, but I'm lazy! With a rubber band, they stay tight and secure; no rattling and no danger of losing an arrow. With the 2 in the rail and 1 on the rail, 3 arrows is more than I'll need at any one session. Thanks Frank!