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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by beenfarr, Aug 29, 2007.
Just wondering if it's a bad Idea???
I don't think it's a bad idea as long as you set it up and tune the rest/bow/arrow correctly... It's just like any other rest install. You need to fix clearance issues and make sure nocking point and center shot is right...
Limb Driver For Spots
So far, so good!! I've been using one for 3D and spots since April. It was very easy to set up and seems to be a forgiving rest, best features of both a tuner and a drop away, without the clearance issues of a tuner, even with Spin Wings. To make the drop away cord more durable, drop a #6 or #5 lead shot down the hole for the set screw that secures the cord to the arm, the set screw will cut through the cord if over tightened otherwise. :thumb:
With the limbdriver I left the cord long, and after I had the rest all set up, I pulled the extra back up onto itself and tied a nock around both. I can pretty much remove the screw. (just another way of securing the cord without over tightening the set screw.)
Contact Meanv, he has them in stock.
If I go limb driver I will. :rockon:
How many Slingbraids does that cost?:laugh:
most of those guys use a spring steel launcher type rest.
very simple and pretty fool proof.
i am sure you would see a lot of different rests if you went and watched an indoor shoot.
they all work when used and setup correctly.
shoot what you want.