Empty Quiver

A US Department of Defense term for a seized, stolen or lost nuclear weapon
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Cupid flies with drooping wings, carrying his empty quiver overturned, his bow broken, and his torch extinguished (lines 13-15), and Venus, the goddess of love, castigates "Mort" for stealing away their sacred poet.
In other words, the difference between where you will hit with a full quiver and an empty quiver (or no quiver) can be as much as three inches at 40 yards.
Last year I published a book, "An Empty Quiver," about some of my top bowhunts.
The end result is An Empty Quiver, a candid look back across the long life of a modest, intelligent, and deeply religious man who believes the best way to live one's life is by viewing everything as a miracle.
An Empty Quiver is a good book written by a good man.
At 40 yards, the center point of the groups I shot with a full quiver were less than two inches from the center point of those I shot with an empty quiver.