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i am wanting to switch to a drop away rest this year and would like to see what everyone else is shooting or have shot, and what you think of it. let me know good and bad. i am having a hard time picking. if i cant decide i will prolly just shoot a good old TM hunter.

thanks Josh
 

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New Archery Products Quicktune models. All you need to decide is how much adjustability you want.

The TT Shakey Hunter MoBowman mentioned is also a great rest IMO.

Forgot to mention the new Alpine rest look really great for the price.

BTH
 

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vital bow gear has a kazaway rest that works great its probaly the fastest drow away rest on the market . also is one of the easiest rest to tune . if you draw your bow and have to let it up it will grab your arrow to keep it from falling of your bow . cost about 94.00.
 

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I have a DropZone. I like it alot. First time I have been able to shoot veins.
 

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thanks guys!! has anyone ever had any problems with the cords on the fall aways breaking or freying? i guess i'm just a skeptic still, but i want to try and find a fool proof rest.
 

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Originally posted by JNH
thanks guys!! has anyone ever had any problems with the cords on the fall aways breaking or freying? i guess i'm just a skeptic still, but i want to try and find a fool proof rest.
Can you say Whisker.....

Bout as fool proof as them come !
 

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i have a hard time with the whole wisker thing. i had a rest that totally enclosed the arrow and it was a pain to shoot, not very forgiving at all, but i may end up trying one. i will have to do alot more thinking about that one.
 

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Originally posted by Snowman
I have a DropZone. I like it alot. First time I have been able to shoot veins.
I too shoot the Trophy Ridge DropZone. Snowman likes this rest...i LOVE this rest. I have tried others and this one is the rest that I have concluded with!

I've had no problems with the cords fraying or anything really. I would suggest having a pro shop "tie" it...if you like doing your own (like I do) give me a U2U and I will show you how to keep the cord to the opposite of your drawing, so that the cord won't keep getting in the way when the bow is drawn back.
 

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I don't shoot one yet but I will have a Trophy Ridge Drop Zone. I love the look of this rest and I've heard nothing but good things about it.
 

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Originally posted by JNH
i have a hard time with the whole wisker thing. i had a rest that totally enclosed the arrow and it was a pain to shoot, not very forgiving at all, but i may end up trying one. i will have to do alot more thinking about that one.
I was very skeptical too but I do love it. Nothing machanical to fail and I sure like that in anything I do that involves hunting.
For the money try one first I think you'll be surprised.

Now that all being said I don't shoot 1000's of arrows any more, not sure how much you shoot.
 

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I have an NAP Quicktune 4000 on one of my bows. The other bow has a WB. I'm really leaning toward removing the WB and replacing it with a drop away.
 

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I just put on a Cobra drop-away and an arrow holder on my shelf. I waited for a couple of years, while my buddy had his NAP drop-away, before I decided to change. It shrunk my groups and I love the way it functions. I would definitely have a pro shop install whichever one you choose.
 
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