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    best arrow rest on the market

    [SIZE=4][COLOR=Red]I would like to know what is the best arrow rest on the market money is no object for me i just need some advice




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    i like to keep things simple to match my brain power so i use bodoodles or
    pse tm hunter style i think its called scorpion both rests are easy to adjust.
    you will get lots of opinions in this thread
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    GKF Infinity or Infinity drop away!!! Without a doubt.

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    If its a hunting bow I recommend the MZE.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsnroses
    [SIZE=4][COLOR=Red]I would like to know what is the best arrow rest on the market money is no object for me i just need some advice
    It's not a matter of money - it's just there's no such a thing as BEST in archery...
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    I personally feel the best rest on the market is the Trophy Ridge Dropzone! It is an awesome rest and worth every penny!

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    depends on what you are using it for.............


    for 3D and spot I like the trophy spring steel..........
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    The Trophy Taker Shakey Hunter gets my vote.

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    Check out the APA Twister. It is a total containment drop away that is more than quiet enough for hunting and very accurate for 3D or target.

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    For Hunting the TT Shakey Hunter. For target the Brite Site Pro Tuner.

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    most vesitile

    in my opinion, hands down is the super star, it does it all..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jorge Oliveira
    It's not a matter of money - it's just there's no such a thing as BEST in archery...
    well said

    I think Trophy taker is the best.

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    Best rest?

    That is almost like asking what is the best bow...you will get everybody's favorite. And there are a lot of excellent rests out there now. Personally...I love the Q.A.D. (Quality Archery Design) Ultra Rest. It is a great combination of a full capture rest, and a drop away rest. Plus you can "pre-cock" the rest so the arrow is loaded in the "ready-up" position, and completely contained. And you can let your draw down slowly without the rest falling down (uncocked position) again. I have NEVER had it fail me yet and super easy to tune. Cobra has a brand new drop away out this year called the Diamond Back. It looks to be VERY promising and you can get them for under $50!! Muzzy, Tophy Taker, Mirage, and others area all great too. My buddy swears by his Whisker Biscuit, I just prefer a drop away. Ok....just my .02 worth.

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    The BEST is the GKF Infinity! It has been the BEST and still is the BEST arrow rest made. This rest gives you the best of micro tuning possibilities. It can be shot as a drop away or conventional even fixed. Look like a Pro feel like a Pro. When you have a Infinity you know your serious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunsnroses
    I would like to know what is the best arrow rest on the market money is no object for me i just need some advice
    First, only one who has used every one of the leading rests is qualified to tell you which is the best of them all.

    Next, you didn't mention if you want a rest specifically for hunting, specifically for target & 3D, or one which is adaptable to both purposes but specialized in neither.

    I'm not a hunter so I can't possibly recommend a good hunting rest to you. But if you want an excellent target rest I don't believe you can do better than the Trophy Taker Spring Steel at any price. This is a very well made, simple to set up rest with no unnecessary bells and whistles. And if you'll do a search you will find an impressive amount of praise for it.

    I've tried a few rests, some that cost more than $100, but the Spring Steel, which is less than $50, was the first and only one to make a significant improvement in my shooting.

    Highly recommended for target shooting and used by many pros.
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