best drop away

Discussion in 'Equipment Reviews' started by iahunter11, Jul 18, 2012.

  1. fairtondoeslayer

    fairtondoeslayer Weekend Warrior

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    has anyone tried the new axion drop away rests? they look similar to the trophy taker but i think there is a cord lock on it
     
  2. BearBownsLegion

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    QAD Hunter. For $60 bucks its right up there with the best.
     
  3. Pro V1

    Pro V1 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    QAD ultra HDX. Well worth the $ IMO.
     
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    I wanna put the new QAD ultra rest by mathews on my ballisitc...not sure what the rest is called
     
  5. trial153

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    Limb Driver Pro V.


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  6. Jake C.

    Jake C. Weekend Warrior

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    ripcord, havent had one issue with the one ive had and ive had it on two different bows in two years
     
  7. goodone

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    I have a QAD ultra rest. It's ok but doesn't seem to fall fast enough. Unless you line it up exactly right the fletch hits the arms on the rest.
     
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    benwright22 Weekend Warrior

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    QAD ultra rest pro
     
  9. DaltonGang

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    Trophy Taker.

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    Ripcord Code Red
     
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    Same as me...love it!
     
  12. Tinman46

    Tinman46 Weekend Warrior

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    NAP Apache for sure. I just put one on my bow and I love it. The wider "prongs" make it easy to raise the arrow no matter if its sitting just right or not. you know it will always be in the right position when you draw. The guard makes sure that the arrow does not fall of the rest and it is a very solid construction. If you look at slow mo video of it shooting, the rest drops very quickly and does not bounce. It never touches the fletching's. overall I am more consistent with my groups. Highly recommended! and its cheap (compared to other rests that perform as well)
     
  13. Stewey

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    Anyone use a quiktune sizzor rest or quiktune armorrest?
     
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    Q.A.D. for me.
     
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    ditto - very happy with the rest
     
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  17. Just Passin thru

    Just Passin thru Grizzled Veteran

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    I think I am going to pick up the NAP Apache Carbon here pretty soon.
     
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    +1 - best I have use and easy to set up.
     
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    Rip Cord code red....have had no problems...love it. Have abused it in many walk and stalk western hunts over the past few years and took 2 with me to South Africa last summer (took two bows with one as a back up but never needed it) and the code red was flawless for me.
     
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    after reading more threads im definantly looking now towards one of the QADs.
     

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