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Thread: Limbdriver PRO-V rest.....anyone use it yet??

  1. #26
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowlevlflyer View Post
    How in the world could you not get good vane clearance with the Pro-V? And as far as the arrow laying down at rest, that's why they include the little black clip that sticks to your riser shelf.
    I have no idea why the vanes wouldnt clear but it knocked off half a dozen,maybe it stayed up too long.Replaced it with a QAD and no more problems,maybe the 39" ATA on my triumph was too long for it.
    Mathews Heli-M 28/60

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    Ill be upgrading the crappy rest on my assassin tomorrow with this baby. Looking forward to it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Znaint View Post
    Best rest going IMO. I run them on all of my bows. Easy set up and tune!!
    Are you using FOBs through your limb driver pro-v?

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    I have used fobs through it. Works great
    Many have asked. Does a scope and lens really help? Heck yes it does!! I miss a lot more accurately now.

    I live in the Land of the Free, because of the BRAVE!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by asa1485 View Post
    I have used fobs through it. Works great

    Awesome thanks!

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    I have 2 on my Z28 and my Pulse. Great rests, really quiet and both tuned quickly. I don't need one on my 3D bow but I am tempted.
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    Have one on my Bowtech Admiral FLX. Awesome rest. Not sure what I would be using if I had to get rid of it.

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    Had one on my EVO and it is now on my Omen Pro and it works great. Simple to set up and mine it dead quiet. Best hunting rest on the market IMO
    "These things happened. They were glorious and they changed the world... and then we messed up the end game."
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    I got the 2012 model getting put on this week. It looks to be a very solid rest.

  10. #35
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    P1010003.jpg Great rest because there is no contact with the shelf. The only thing I don't like is the felt on the V. Mine wore out fast. Not a big deal, can be corrected. I find no need for the rubber arrow clip on my VT.

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    Love mine works flawless
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  12. #37
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    Got it on all my bows and installed dozens of them last year.
    Love em !!! Can't see where a arrow rest could really be any better, unless you just like looking at your arrow in the "up" position.




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  13. #38
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lowlevlflyer View Post
    How in the world could you not get good vane clearance with the Pro-V? And as far as the arrow laying down at rest, that's why they include the little black clip that sticks to your riser shelf.
    Was thinking the same thing. No vane cleaance

  14. #39
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    I love my Pro-V. It's guaranteed clearance and almost fool-proof.
    It's much quieter than I expected too.
    '11 ELITE PULSE, '14 ELITE ENERGY 32
    "ELITE MAFIA"

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    Great rest and I have several as well as a few older limb drivers. You can buy the containment launch arm from Bowhunting Superstore for $7.99 and i find it works almost as good as the new one.
    17 Elites - 4 Envys, 1 GTOs, 2 SynXTs, 3 E-500 (with Synergy K8 cams), an Aigil, a Impulse, a 2008.5 Z28, 2 2008.5 GT500 & 1 Judge
    4 Tributes (two "The Beast") and one Allegiance - 2 K&K Vengeance , one PSE Axe 6 and one Hoyt Carbon Element
    Frequent Frankenbower

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    how do these rest hold up for spot and stalk type hunting

  17. #42
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    will the rest have contact with blazers? Semper Fi

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