Arrow rest input.

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  1. Ty L

    Ty L Newb

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    Hi everyone, I am looking for a new drop away arrow rest for my PSE Brute Force Lite. I am interested in the QAD Hunter. I know they had some issues when the rest first came out, I was just wondering if anyone has any experience with them? for the price they seem like a great option.
     
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    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Limb driver pro V. It’s easy to install and bullet proof
     
  3. Ty L

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    Awesome, thank you i'll take a look at it.
     
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    trial153 Grizzled Veteran

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    Stay away from the QAD hunter, It easy to get some brunch back with it especially if you haven't set a bunch of them up.

    The QAD HDX is a way better rest, HHA Virtus is good rest as well. Rip Cord are generally reliable as well.
     
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    I had issues with the Limb Driver Pro-V not holding the string correctly. Kept slipping. Pitched it and went with a Rip Cord Code Red. Never had an issue with the Code Red in almost seven years with the same rest on two different bows.
     
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    QAD HDX
     
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    I have hunted with a trophy taker pronghorn and a trophy ridge dropzone for the last 10 or so years but this year I am going to give a whisker biscuit a test run. It don't get much simpler and bomb proof as that
     
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    Take a look at, the NAP Apache. Tuff as nails, well constucted. Lite on weight(carbon composite)
     
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    QAD HDX x2. I've used them on the 3 bows I have owned and never had a problem with them. I'll continue to use them unless I have a failure.
     
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    QAD HDX. When installed properly and timed, simply bullet proof
     
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