OK here's another bow stand. Pretty easy to make and not too hard on the wallet. This was not my original design - I saw a pic and came up with it on my own at Lowes. There are TONS of ways to do this... this is just how I did it. With PVC, sky's the limit on what you want to do. This works pretty well and I keep my bows on this inside and out.
Here's what you need:
1 - 10 foot piece of 1" PVC.
6 - 1" end caps
4 - 1" T connectors
4 - 45 degree connectors
1 - 2" or 3" tube for the quiver, however big you want to make it. They sell them pre-cut.
1 - 2" or 3" end cap
2 - large circular ring fasteners (the technical name escapes me right now). Turn the screw and they tighten down the quiver to the stand.
1 - old rag or t-shirt to stuff down the tube so when you plop your arrows in there they don't clatter. (optional - I like a soft landing)
1 - pipe insulator with sticky inside to cushion the bow.
1 - can PVC glue.
1 - Hacksaw
1 - hour (or less)
My advice is, determine how long you want the center rod to be based on your riser height. Cut 6 inch pieces for the top tee, and then determine your leg geometry (make even cuts based on your leftover PVC length). When ready, clamp the quiver to the front or back, wherever you like it. One 10ft piece of PVC worked out perfectly with about an inch of waste for me. The only thing I might have done differently is NOT glue the center piece to the bottom Tee to make transportation in the car easier. The way it is, it is very sturdy, even with just one bow on it.
I will post a better pic when I find one / or find a moment to take one.