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  1. #1
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    Mico adjustable rest

    hello fellow archers i am looking for a micro adjustable rest, if you could give me your opinions on rests that you all have used or are using, it would be appropriated so i can make an informed decision.

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    Mico adjustable rest

    A target rest? Hunting rest? A rest you can do both with ?


    Mathews

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    The bow is used for 3D during the summer and paper during the winter (hoyt matrix) but more for 3d

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    Mico adjustable rest

    I have The Edge from Spot Hogg and I like it. It is micro adjustable and easy to work with.


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    The new micro from Limbdriver is reallynice and perfect for 3d and spots.

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    I didn't relize that limbdriver made a micro rest.

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    Limbdriver Micro or the Hamskea Versa Rest
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    is the versa rest mico adjustable

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    Mico adjustable rest

    I have an AAE PRO drop for sale the in classifieds. Great rest. It's for a Mathews.

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    Trophy Taker SS pro spring steel is good as is the Spot Hogg ( the old style of the golden premier rest) are very good also.

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    Check out this video in regards to the Hamskea VersaRest: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e_7vQcJ-eoA

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    Hamskea Versa Rest.
    "His arrow will flash like lightning." Zechariah 9:14
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    Mico adjustable rest

    Versa rest is not micro adjust.

    If you want a blade get a DS Advantage rest
    Vantage Elite +'s (77#, 60#, 55#) And a Matrix with Spirals for hunting
    Things I Like: Park-N-Son's Bowstrings,Gold Tip Arrows, No Limit Archery (Ringer Release and Grave Digger Broadheads) and Affordable Stabilizer Weights (ASW)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cdpkook132 View Post
    Versa rest is not micro adjust.

    If you want a blade get a DS Advantage rest
    That's true, but how often will you need to micro adjust your rest? Given all the other incredible innovations and adjustments possible with the Versa Rest, it leaves others by the wayside.
    "His arrow will flash like lightning." Zechariah 9:14
    Hoyt Carbon Spyder 30, MBG Pure Gold 75 sight, QAD Ultra Rest HDX, Injexion Arrows & Blazers, QAD Exodus and Trophy Taker A-TAC broadheads, TightSpot quiver, Spot Hogg Wiseguy release, Zeiss Conquest HD binocs, Leica 1000R rangefinder, Kifaru Timberline 2 pack, Cold Steel blade, Kuiu clothing, Lowa Cevedale boots

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    Mico adjustable rest

    Quote Originally Posted by Bowhuntr64 View Post
    That's true, but how often will you need to micro adjust your rest? Given all the other incredible innovations and adjustments possible with the Versa Rest, it leaves others by the wayside.
    Completely agree but he wants micro adjust.

    Just out a versa rest on my bow the other day. It's so nice to be able to control starting and stopping position of the drop
    Vantage Elite +'s (77#, 60#, 55#) And a Matrix with Spirals for hunting
    Things I Like: Park-N-Son's Bowstrings,Gold Tip Arrows, No Limit Archery (Ringer Release and Grave Digger Broadheads) and Affordable Stabilizer Weights (ASW)

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    Mico adjustable rest

    Rubix


    Mathews

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    well It looks like i have some research do to do if there are more keep them coming, Thanks..

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    Can you narrow it down a bit? Fall away, prong, or blade style rest?


    Quote Originally Posted by ru4auto View Post
    hello fellow archers i am looking for a micro adjustable rest, if you could give me your opinions on rests that you all have used or are using, it would be appropriated so i can make an informed decision.
    So many cats,,,so few recipes.

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    Here are a few of the top rests I see at 3-D shoots

    Trophy Taker SS Pro
    Trophy Taker Pronghorn (Micro Adjust)
    Spigarelli Magnetic
    Hamskea Versa
    QAD HDX Pro
    AAE Pro Drop
    PSE National Field Staff
    Factory Staff: Doinker stabilizers, STANislawski releases
    USA Archery NTS Coach

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    The bow is NOT used for hunting, mainly 3d, and paper to be honest i really don't know what i want but lean toward the idea of a drop away or a rest that has options, some suggestions i like are AAE pro drop and the rubix, that is not to say that other suggestion are disregarded.

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    check out the protuner with the vertiklik mount . It has a true micro klik adjustments vertical & horizontal.

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    Last night I posted a thread asking for archers to name some of the micro adjust rest that they have used or are using(thank you all), I am on vacation so what would have taken me a week of research took me only today, I have narrowed the rest down to 2

    AAE pro drop limb driven

    vapor trail mico elite

    I will be using this for mainly 3d and some paper, if you could give me your opinions on them it would be helpful especially if you have used one of these rest.. All opinions are welcome good or bad. here are some links of the 2

    http://customcompoundbowstrings.com/arrow-rests/

    http://arizonaarchery.com/store/37-p...fall-away.html

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    AAE Pro Blade.

    It's the best fixed blade rest I have ever used.
    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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    thanks for the reply

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