The final objects to come out of the box were two rather handsome leather quivers, used for holding arrows. Quivers may be slung over a shoulder, placed on the ground or attached to the bow itself, depending on the preferences of the archer. However, there was still one thing lacking from the collection: a bow.
Fortunately, his great-uncle had left something else up in the attic: two bows. One of them appeared to be peeling apart and consequently was no longer safe for use. In fact, several commenters warned that damaged bows have a tendency to violently explode if used. Thankfully, the other bow was in better shape.