I own a Great Northern quiver and both the large and small grippers. I
shoot GT 35/55s out of my long bow, so I use the small gripper in the
field. It is snug, but I apply petroleum jelly to the gripper and that
makes it work well. I stalk, so I don't want any of the noise that comes
with arrow slippage. I also have GT 75/95s on hand because that's what I
shoot out of my compound bows. I tried them, and they seem too tight in
the small gripper, although they fit in the large gripper (of course). So,
the large gripper may work, but I haven't tried it in the field, taking
steps with the weight of inverted broadheads testing the holding power of
the grips (I only use this quiver on my long bow).
Bottom line: if it's a new replacement gripper that's required, I would get
the medium for GT 75/95s. If it's a new quiver or you can still use the
original gripper, trying the stock large gripper before spending the money
on a new medium gripper is an option. In either case, apply a thing film
of petroleum jelly to the grips. I hope this helps.
Answered on 8/10/2012 by Anonymous