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    Default New Rest for Reezen 6.5

    I put a biscuit (I use it mainly for hunting) on my new Matthews Reezen 6.5 and really regretting it now. I can't begin to keep fletchings on this this What drop away would you guys suggest for the new rig?

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    How about the Mathews Downforce?
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    trophy taker gets my vote

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    Trophy Taker is one of the most accurate but the Expert II G5 rest is by far the quitest rest I have ever used and have no complaints about it at all.

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    I'm loving my Mathews Dowforce rest!!!!
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    ripcord all the way!!!!!!
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    Been happy w/ the Downforce on my Reezen. QAD or Ripcord are on my list as well.
    Be good or be good at it.

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    Default Trophy Taker or Mathews Down Force

    Blazers should hold up well in your bisquit.


    Most Reezen I am seeing have either of the drop away mounted to them in my area. Nice bow and really like how this bow felt.
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    qad works well

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    How fast is it shooting for you. I have heard that the speed bows today are to fast for a drop away. Just a thought.

    I have always used the trophy taker with great success.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devine Shot View Post
    How fast is it shooting for you. I have heard that the speed bows today are to fast for a drop away. Just a thought.

    I have always used the trophy taker with great success.
    Rests like the Down Force and the Limb Driver can handle any speed that todays bows can produce.
    Be good or be good at it.

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    Ripcord or TT will work for sure.


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    Unhappy Rests

    I have had a downforce on my Reezen 7.0 for awhile. On a quick draw and shoot sequence, I can make the arrow fall off the fork every time. I think its time to go back to QAD. Love the arrow contaiment!!!!!!

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    Default Drop Zone or Other??

    Im goin back to a Drop Zone from trophy ridge has anyone had any problems out of these im shooting a hoyt alphamax 32 and i have th hoyt drop away and it hisses at me with my axis arrows any sujestions on this switch ????

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    Thumbs up Rests for the Reezen

    Downforce is off, Brand new QAD is on. Bow shoots great with it. Like it was made for it. Life is Good again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntingrev View Post
    I put a biscuit (I use it mainly for hunting) on my new Matthews Reezen 6.5 and really regretting it now. I can't begin to keep fletchings on this this What drop away would you guys suggest for the new rig?
    check out the new ATHENS rest , best of both worlds 100% capture on your hunting rig, 100% vane clearance on the shot! fixin to order one myself

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    Love my downforce. Only way to go

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