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    Default trophy taker arrow rest?

    Is this a good rest for hunting and 3- d

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    Quote Originally Posted by I missed View Post
    Is this a good rest for hunting and 3- d
    TT drop away or spring steel?
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    I have a TT micro adjust on my darton cyclone and it work good....imo though,it's to noisey for the woods.

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    I have a T.T. shakey hunter on my Razortec, it is solidly built, rugged and dependable. You definitely need to put some moleskin on the riser shelf where the launcher contacts, and cover the prongs with some too.
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    I have a TT drop away on one of my spot bows it is great
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    I'll spam another post for the Ripcord.

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    I took off my shakey hunter when I got my nano's per the person I talked to at Carbon Express. I actually like the spring steel alot better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by I missed View Post
    Is this a good rest for hunting and 3- d
    In my personal opinion!! The best there is. I have one on every one of my bows. All 15 of them. Minus one Mach pro. I use a lizard tongue on. Other than that. I never have issues or have to re-adjust it. Super durable. Just a plain drop away thats put together very well.
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    I like it for targets, but not so much for hunting. Too easy for the arrow to fall off the rest. I love my drop zone for hunting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hook Em View Post
    I like it for targets, but not so much for hunting. Too easy for the arrow to fall off the rest. I love my drop zone for hunting.
    Thats why they make the shakey hunter. Extra wide prongs!!
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    Just too noisy for hunting for me. But it is working pretty well for my spots bow so far. But time will tell.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier View Post
    Just too noisy for hunting for me. But it is working pretty well for my spots bow so far. But time will tell.
    they sell the muff kit that comes w/ it. I use it for hunting and is super quiet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    they sell the muff kit that comes w/ it. I use it for hunting and is super quiet.
    No thanks I'll stick with my WB..........................or maybe my ripcord this year.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Joe_P. View Post
    I have a T.T. shakey hunter on my Razortec, it is solidly built, rugged and dependable. You definitely need to put some moleskin on the riser shelf where the launcher contacts, and cover the prongs with some too.
    I agree, I also have the Shakey Hunter and although it is my first year using it, I am very pleased so far. It is dependable, solid, and easy to tune.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinwheel1969 View Post
    Thats why they make the shakey hunter. Extra wide prongs!!
    I didn't like the small V launcher on my tt micro adjust and took it off (the launcher) and put the shakey hunter launcher on it....like it a lot better now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hook Em View Post
    I like it for targets, but not so much for hunting. Too easy for the arrow to fall off the rest. I love my drop zone for hunting.
    How do you hunt, hanging upside down in a tree?

    Or did you not put the arrow rest groove thing on your arrow shelf?

    I've had a Shakey Hunter for two weeks, so far, I am very fond of it. You shouldn't have to put any moleskin on the shelf where the rest makes contact.
    Prostaff of whatever DB uses.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    How do you hunt, hanging upside down in a tree?

    Or did you not put the arrow rest groove thing on your arrow shelf?

    I've had a Shakey Hunter for two weeks, so far, I am very fond of it. You shouldn't have to put any moleskin on the shelf where the rest makes contact.
    good point

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    How do you hunt, hanging upside down in a tree?

    Or did you not put the arrow rest groove thing on your arrow shelf?

    I've had a Shakey Hunter for two weeks, so far, I am very fond of it. You shouldn't have to put any moleskin on the shelf where the rest makes contact.
    talk about severe buck fever

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    How do you hunt, hanging upside down in a tree?

    Or did you not put the arrow rest groove thing on your arrow shelf?

    I've had a Shakey Hunter for two weeks, so far, I am very fond of it. You shouldn't have to put any moleskin on the shelf where the rest makes contact.
    does this keep your arrow from falling off in those SEVERE wind gust situations???
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BOWMAN View Post
    does this keep your arrow from falling off in those SEVERE wind gust situations???
    Oh I can't believe you went there............................ok so maybe I can.


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