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    Newbe Bower
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    Question Which Arrow Rests are best

    I have a Diamond Rock compound bow that I just purchased. I'm new to archery and will be doing primarily target shooting. What type of arrow rest is best for that. Fall-away, biscut, fixed rest? The bow has a biscuit rest but it seems to me that a rest like that would effect the arrows direction as it passed through it. Please give any experiences or thoughts.

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    lots of guys shoot trophy takers. original or pronghorn. or the spring steel. i personally like the trophy taker pronghorn.
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    i use a biscuit style rest, and have NO problems shooting targets.....i have one on my hunting bow and target bow.....

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    I have used them all except the whisker biscuit. all of them are good when set up right. but I have been using a drop away for the last few years. mainly because they have the long prongs to keep the arrow from falling off. which can be a problem when it is windy. good luck
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    welcome to the site.
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    Can't go wrong with a limbdriver by Vaportrail or the trip wire by Octane both are the top of the line rests. I have both and have never had a problem with either one of them. Good luck
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    I like the NAP 3000. Infinitely adjustable, with a blade or prongs.

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    Brite Site Pro Tuner...

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    Go with a blade rest. Trophy taker spring steel, pro-tuner, spot hog infinity...

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    Another vote for the Limb Driver

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    I shot the TT SS II and the AAE ProBlade since years.
    But after I tried the LimbDriver just for testing on my target rig too,
    I switched.
    No more sorrows about nock rotation, no sorrows about
    nock point hight.
    Easy to set up and forget it.

    Now, I have the LimbDriver on all of my bows!

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