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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by GRIZZ1148, Jul 16, 2008.
What Is The Best Rest For Cometition? 3d And Indoor?
:welcome: to the forum.
You will get many different opinions on this matter. But I really like my Ripcord. My Trophy Taker is nice also but just something about the Ripcord.
I like the Limb Driver on my daughter's new bow. If I didn't hunt I'd have one.
I use a trophy taker and like it for the most part, everyone once in a while the wind blows the arrow off the togue, thats my only complaint.
original trophy taker dropaway
TT are great in my book. :rockon:
Another vote for thr TT but I will say the ripcord are niceeace:
The one and only Limb Driver.... IMHO it is the easiest to setup and functions perfectly every time....
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Just as I figured. I wasn't even going to check in here but glad I did. Do some detailed research and you'll find that almost all the really good shooters and Pro's do not shoot drop away rests for 3D and target..
More often than not you'll find something like the Pro-Tuner, Trophy Taker Spring Steel or something similar to this. There is a reason. KISS---kee it simple stupid. No moving parts, no cord, or anything else to go out of adjustment.
Less money for less potential problems.
Limb Driver :rockon:
I like the TT Spring steels, but I have a modified Cavalier Drop away on my 3d bow.......
Indoors, TT SS1
3D modified Cavilier
hunting CJ scaredy cat pro
thanks for all the input. I have a ripcord on my dxt and shoot very well with it. Had a couple issues with the dxt so I am going to use it for hunting. bought an apex 7 ( found on this site ) an am looking for the most accurate and reliable setup possible. thanks again for the input.
TT Spring Steel 1 (micro)......:rockon: