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Old 09-26-2009, 09:46 PM   #1
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Default What size of Whisker Biscuit should I get?

My kid is using the Beman ICS Hunter Junior arrows and I can't find the diameter size of them anywhere. I have been wanting to get her a whisker biscuit rest since her arrow often falls off the rest on draw but I am not sure if I should go with a small or medium. I found this info on the biscuit sizes but it doesn't help without knowing the arrow size. Even if her current arrows are a small does it hurt to go with the medium in case she ever gets bigger arrows? Any advice is appreciated, thanks!

Biscuit Size Selection:

Small: Easton ACC, Axis, Slim Carbons and Aluminum shafts 17xx and smaller
Medium: Carbon shafts with internal components and aluminum shafts 20xx and smaller
Large: Easton Fat Boy and aluminum shafts 23xx amd smaller
Extra Large: Aluminum 2413-2514
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Old 09-26-2009, 10:54 PM   #2
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You want some play in there, go ahead with the medium size. If all you had was large I'd still go with that rather than small.
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Old 09-27-2009, 09:37 AM   #3
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You want some play in there, go ahead with the medium size. If all you had was large I'd still go with that rather than small.
thanks so much! I was leaning toward medium but wasn't sure if there would be too much play if the hole was too big for her arrows. Not that she is a sharp shooter but I am trying to give her the best start that will build her confidence the most and she is getting frustrated with the forked rest she is using now (though she has been shooting a lot more consistantly this week). I just didn't want to get the wrong size biscuit.

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