The Medusa MAX Drop Away Arrow Rest Is Now Available

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    The Medusa MAX Drop Away Arrow Rest Is Now Available

    Bowfinger Archery Inc. has now released The Medusa MAX Drop Away Arrow Rest.

    After receiving much feedback from the ATA Show, NWTF Show and from our Bowfinger Customers we decided to deliver the ultimate drop away.
    The Medusa MAX is similar in looks to the original Medusa drop away but with many new features!!


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    Features of Medusa MAX:

    • Stays Up On Slow Let Down
    • Drops Away Only When Bow Is Fired
    • Total Fletching Clearance
    • Full Arrow Containment
    • DLT - De-Cocking Lever Technology - Lever De-Cocks Rest For Easy Arrow Removal
    • SST - Single Spring Technology - Single Spring Is More Reliable Than Two Spring Rest
    • SFT - Set-Fire Technology - Visually See If The Rest Is Set Or Ready To Fire
    • Four Launcher Arm Mounting Positions
    • Both Vertical And Horizontal Adjustment
    • Uses A Slim Launcher Arm For A Spot On Center Shot
    • Three Launcher Arm Felt Pieces Included
    • Heavy Duty, Lightweight, Compact Design
    • Precision CNC Machined Durable Metal Components
    • Lifetime Warranty
    • Made in the USA




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    FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE MEDUSA MAX CLICK HERE






    For more Medusa MAX videos please visit our you tube page by clicking here



    For more information about The Medusa MAX Drop Away Arrow Rest, visit us on the web or give us a call!
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    615.952.5858
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    The Medusa MAX Drop Away Arrow Rest Is Now Available

    Is the launcher arm and the containment arm both CNC machined or are they plastic?


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    The launcher arm and containment are plastic.

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    ttt

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    Nice looking rest .Retail?
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    The Medusa MAX retails for $129.95 and 10% off to all AT members!

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    I was able to test this rest out and I was really impressed with it. I still have it on my Knightmare and I have 0 complaints. This is a high quality made rest and has proven to be very reliable! I have several product made by bowfinger and have never had a single problem with any of them. Top quality products made by a great company.
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    Looks decent

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    Well if Ike has given it a good review then, I'm a believer that it is a quality product. I love his reviews.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowtexan View Post
    Well if Ike has given it a good review then, I'm a believer that it is a quality product. I love his reviews.

    Thank you sir!!
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    That looks to be my next arrow rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by badbow148 View Post
    That looks to be my next arrow rest.
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    Looks like a decent rest.

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    Just thought I would share this video to show one of the test we performed on the Medusa Max Arrow Rest. We needed to cycle the rest to test for wear and shooting 250,000 shots was not possible, so we did the next best thing. The rest now has 384,000 cycles on it with no failures and we plan on running it to a million. I dissembled the rest after 250k and the internal parts look fine with only slight signs of use on the shaft from the spring.




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    That's awesome. What is the length of the mounting bracket on this rest? Just wondering what the fit is like with this rest and the Hoyt riser.

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    I have the original medusa if adjustment on the max is the same its an awesome rest !!!Built like a tank.You wont be dissappointed.

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    Here is a picture of the original Medusa on a Hoyt rise. The Medusa Max fitment is the same as the original Medusa.

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    Ttt. I would really like to try this rest, seems to have all the features of a QAD plus some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chaded View Post
    Ttt. I would really like to try this rest, seems to have all the features of a QAD plus some.
    in my opionion it is better!!

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    Will it offer enough clearance for 4 fletch?

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    Just bought a axion pulse i would have tried this out if i saw it sooner
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    Quote Originally Posted by redcarpet View Post
    Will it offer enough clearance for 4 fletch?
    The Medusa Max was designed for 3 vane arrows but will clear 4 vane arrows if you have the arrow cock vane at 45 degrees (for Blazers) or 45 or 90 degrees for lower profile vanes. If you don’t want the containment arm, remove it and that makes the 4 vanes set up at 45 degree perfect for 4 vanes with plenty of room. If you leave the containment arm on then clearance will be a little on the tight side and nock travel will need to straight.

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    I haven't watched the video yet, but how is this rest driven? Cable or limb? Thanks

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