QAD Ultra-Rest Hunter Fall-Away Arrow Rest

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  1. #1
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    QAD Ultra-Rest Hunter Fall-Away Arrow Rest

    What are your opinions on the QAD Ultra-Rest Hunter? Is it a good rest? Here's the link:http://www.cabelas.com/product/Hunti...3Bcat104191380

    Thanks,

    A.S

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    Good rest, I have one I might sell or trade, PM if interested.

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    I used one for a couple of years without issue.

    I now use the HDx on my hunting bow and I REALLY like it.
    Unlike those that shoot a Dixon Ticonderoga, I shoot bows. All kinds of bows.

    My opinions are MY OPINIONS. Take them for what they are worth.

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    ttt

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    On all my bows. Great rest

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    I would consider picking up the HD version in the AT classifieds for not a whole lot more $$. I have two of the HD's and they have been great.
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  9. #7
    In my opinion, its a little noisier than the other models, but its still a good rest. I've shot the LD, HD, and hunter and I don't think you could go wrong with any of them.

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    Looking to buy one here soon.
    BowTech Assassin, MBG Ambush Custom, 8"B-Stinger, QAD HDx
    VAP 300's, 445gr @ 295fps

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    Been using them on and off for about 7 years now. Still have one.

    They are good rests. Drawbacks are as follows.

    1. No vertical adjustment. So you have to loosen the entire mounting block to for elevation adjustments.

    2. The do not have the no bounce back feature. So bounce back is possible. I've had it with a couple different bows but I was always able to rectify it.

    3. They do not have an adjustment on the rest for the timing cord. All timing must be done with the way it's connected to the down cable.

    Other than that, which really is not a big deal, they are a good rest. I've killed a bunch of critters using them.

    I did have one lock up on me a couple years ago. QAD made right on it.

    Skeet.
    Match your rig to da gig.

    Everyone PLEASE remember to flex your arrows every time prior to loading them into your bow.

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    Thanks for the replies everyone.

    A.S

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