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    Default which arrow rest and why?

    Does anyone have any comparsion of any of the drop away rest compared to the WB? Thanks in advanced, GOD BLESS!!!!!!!

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    That would be like comparing a Ford Pinto wagon (bizkit) to a Chevelle SS (any dropaway). Jeez someone sure knows how to fire ol Bowman up Did Bowhntnnotforlonghusier put you up to this??

    But seriously I really dont think you can compare the two. they are just too different.

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    lmao on the floor!! I bet myself $1000 that bowman was going to be the first one to replay to this one!!! Got to give him a fair shake tho bowman, both are good for their own reasons, ive used both, and now neither of the 2 are on my bows. lol bowman

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullspotter
    lmao on the floor!! I bet myself $1000 that bowman was going to be the first one to replay to this one!!! Got to give him a fair shake tho bowman, both are good for their own reasons, ive used both, and now neither of the 2 are on my bows. lol bowman

    I agree, I have used both and I liked the drop away better then the WB. The only style rest I use now is a launcher style rest.

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    At the begining of the new year the IBO sends out a magazine of the past years IBO world champions and some other good stuff. All but 1 of the champions that shoot a release use a drop away style rest. The majoraty of them use the Trophy Taker rest. If a drop away is set up wrong you could get some issues with them, the launcher style rest are slowly becoming a thing of the past. I realy can't remeber the last time I set up a prong rest on a new bow at the store.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HoytShooter88
    At the begining of the new year the IBO sends out a magazine of the past years IBO world champions and some other good stuff. All but 1 of the champions that shoot a release use a drop away style rest. The majoraty of them use the Trophy Taker rest. If a drop away is set up wrong you could get some issues with them, the launcher style rest are slowly becoming a thing of the past. I realy can't remeber the last time I set up a prong rest on a new bow at the store.
    By launcher, I am referring to the spring steel type rest like the Brite Site Pro Tuner and the TT Spring Steel etc. Trust me, those are not a thing of the past. The more moving parts it has, the greater the chance it will fail. I have seen failures with drop aways and I am not willing to take that chance.

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