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    Question about drop aways? My daughter shoots a diamond edge bow and what drop away would you recomend for this bow. Cable pull or limb pull?
    I'd Rather be BOWHUNTING!!!

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    how many pounds does she pull?
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    Right now she is pulling 37 pounds
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    i would reccomend the limbdriver its a great rest and very easy to set up

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    I like the Trophy Taker Pronghorn. It's a cable pull drop away. If she was shooting 45lbs or faster then I would recommend the Trophy Ridge Drop Zone. I use both.... The Trophy Taker when shooting under 45lbs for indoor target season and the Drop Zone for Hunting when I shoot around 50lbs. They're both very good rests.
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    Quote Originally Posted by firechic View Post
    I like the Trophy Taker Pronghorn. It's a cable pull drop away. If she was shooting 45lbs or faster then I would recommend the Trophy Ridge Drop Zone. I use both.... The Trophy Taker when shooting under 45lbs for indoor target season and the Drop Zone for Hunting when I shoot around 50lbs. They're both very good rests.
    FC, you really must post a picture of your back flexed. If you're regularly shooting 45 to 50# I imagine a fairly ripped back (assuming you're fairly small...as you look in your pic).

    My wife is 5'7" and I think 40# would be a long stretch for her at the moment. I only ordered 40# limbs for her new bow.
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    I agree with firechoc the trophy taker rests are awesome. I shoot first place in Montana With A trophey taker.

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    I would buy a Ripcord. Cause I shoot good with one.


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    Quote Originally Posted by archerykid12 View Post
    i would reccomend the limbdriver its a great rest and very easy to set up
    Ditto this. I like my limb driver. I also like TT drop aways.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hoyt Katera View Post
    I agree with firechoc the trophy taker rests are awesome. I shoot first place in Montana With A trophey taker.
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    I like all of the following......

    Copper Johns Scardey Cat PRO

    Ripcord

    QAD

    Trophy taker


    they will all serve you well........
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    QAD Ultra Rest here it does everything i need it to do

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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    I would buy a Ripcord. Cause I shoot good with one.
    You shoot good.......
    well now everybody knows
    Your supposed to keep that to yourself ya big dummy
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    The Trophy Taker 3D-short arm for me.
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    We went with a quik tune 2000 on her bow. She seem to really like it so far she shot at Dawson Archery yesterday. She has a 3D tourney today so we will see.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kbohunt View Post
    You shoot good.......
    well now everybody knows
    Your supposed to keep that to yourself ya big dummy
    Come on Kenny can't you see sarcasm when you read it?? I'm fairly ok at 20-25 yards past that and its a crap shoot for me.


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