Thread: best rest
08-12-2007, 02:58 AM #1
like i said in my 1 st post been out of the game for sometime. when i left the drop away rest were not very common you either shot a tm hunter style or a flipper style. now with drop aways all the rage witch is the best. i know its alot of personal pref. but dropaway or tm hunter style. i have a q.a.d. ultra-rest that i had to mod. to fit my hunting bow had to file the upper arm down to keep it from hitting the cable guard. i have plans to buy a bow for 3-d shooting only and am wanting a rest for it. have thought about the nap micro-tune 3000. just want a rugged rest. this time going to get a rest that will fit wtich ever bow i get. not going to go thur that again. PS the bows i'am looking at is the hoyt 38 pro or mathew apex i know both are good bows so what could be the determining factor. i'am leaning towards the 38 pro for the price. not trying to be cheap. do ya;ll think the extra price for the apex is worth it. thanx for anyhelp and thanks for the welcomes to the sites on my 1st post. sorry one last ? for now are the beman 9.3's the same as the easton fatboys had someone tell me they were except for the writing on the shafts. thanx ya'll
08-12-2007, 09:55 AM #2
The ultra rest, and the ripcord are the 2 top drop aways right now...for hunting anyway (I believe). Because of arrow containment...
I don't know anything about the NAP3000...
08-12-2007, 11:40 AM #3
For hunting if I were going to use a drop away it would be the Ripcord. I love mine.
For targets the dropaway I would like to try would be the Limbdriver.
08-12-2007, 04:06 PM #4
what about the diff. in the mathew apex and the hoyt 38 pro any ideals.
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