whats the best rest for target archary

Discussion in 'Beginners Archery Range' started by basselete, Aug 31, 2008.

  1. basselete

    basselete basselete

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    i got a bow that didnt have a rest and need one for less than $50
     
  2. Chris

    Chris Administrator Staff Member

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    Best rest for target and under $50 are not two things that go together.
    Spend a bit more and get a Trophy taker spring steel
     

  3. Ronhop

    Ronhop RIP

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    Are you not going to ask him/her what kind of bow it is and what the bow will be used for before suggesting that ?

    :noidea:

    Ron
     
  4. PA.JAY

    PA.JAY New Member

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    no reason too . he/she ask for best target rest it's a proven fact for top archers a spring steel is the best. unless he/she's shooting a recurve then you got me ..:peace:
     
  5. BUNNYMAN

    BUNNYMAN I pray for you!

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    YES BUT........


    TARGET ARCHERY, means different things to different people........


    to some people, flinging 10 arrows a year at a hay bail, IS TARGET ARCHERY:noidea:
     
  6. PA.JAY

    PA.JAY New Member

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    to - sha (long a) :p
     
  7. Ronhop

    Ronhop RIP

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    Right, bunny fixed the point I was making.

    Thank's man..... :peace:

    Ron
     
  8. Radar

    Radar Story of my life

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    By far my favorite target rest, you wont be disappointed
     
  9. harleyryder

    harleyryder bowhunter, Pure-n-Simple

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    Gee whiz, we also forgot to ask him/her what draw lenght, type of arrows, poundage bow set at,LH or RH, Daytime shooting or night time, and if it has custom or factory strings and if so,what color,Is this person married and if so will they have to justify the cost to a spouse? Was the bow new or used ? How can we offer to help if we don't have all the facts plus pictures ????? OH, WAIT A MINUTE........ this isn't AT we don't need all that do we, more then likley you're looking at a WB in that price range, not my favorite but it's in that price range and a lot of folks use them well