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    I am about to upgrade my rest from a whisker biscuit and was looking for some input on what the best rest for my application would be. I shoot a Mission Rally set at 58# @ 28 1/2 inches. I only shoot 3d shoots . I feel a drop away would prbably help with accuracy? Ideas?

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    A dropaway rest will help your grooping if the center shot and all that good stuff is corect. Every dropaway rest i have personally have tried work no matter the brand or price pick one with the features you want.my personal favorite is QAD.

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    Talking You've come to the right place !

    Both of you , to this site !

    I have had many drop away rests and my favorite is the QAD , I like the ultra model best !


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    will look in that...tyvm for the quick response

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    Quote Originally Posted by PackRat View Post
    will look in that...tyvm for the quick response
    don't listen to that old know all he's leading you up the garden path!!!!Get the QAD HDX it's the ducks guts Mate!!!!!
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    I'm shooting a QAD as well.
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    If your only shooting 3d and target archery, I would go with a blade rest. No other rest out there can compete with the simple workable design of spring steel for target archery.

    There is a reason the blade rest dominates professional target archery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    If your only shooting 3d and target archery, I would go with a blade rest. No other rest out there can compete with the simple workable design of spring steel for target archery.

    There is a reason the blade rest dominates professional target archery.
    I'll second that. Used them all. Can't beat KISS.
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    I would even use a blade for hunting except for the noise when drawing back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    I would even use a blade for hunting except for the noise when drawing back.
    not me as I try to let 'em come right below my tree stand , and I aim at them almost straight down , besides I got better things to do than watch my arrow being on my rest correctly !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator eye View Post
    If your only shooting 3d and target archery, I would go with a blade rest. No other rest out there can compete with the simple workable design of spring steel for target archery.

    There is a reason the blade rest dominates professional target archery.
    These noisey old heaps of crap are for POOFTERS only
    I've learned that pleasing everyone is impossible, but pissing everyone off is a piece of cake.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    These noisey old heaps of crap are for POOFTERS only
    So sorry I ment cranky old Poofters!!!!!
    I've learned that pleasing everyone is impossible, but pissing everyone off is a piece of cake.


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    stick with the biscuit 'till your ready for a Hoyt.
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    Don't listen to those faint echoes from down under....Go with the blade. Truely a set it and forget it piece of archery equipment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by montigre View Post
    Don't listen to those faint echoes from down under....Go with the blade. Truely a set it and forget it piece of archery equipment.

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