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Thread: Arrow rest suggestions

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    Arrow rest suggestions

    I am setting up a Hoyt Ultra Elite for 3d. I will be shooting in the Bow Hunter Class. I have a set of stabilizers coming and know what sight I'm going to use.

    I need some help or suggestions on a rest. A drop away is on my mind but what one? I have a QAD on my hunting bow.

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    Qad

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    i really like the ATX titanium recon, but it is no better than a QAD, Hamskea seems to be a very solid built and versatile rest.
    Handsome Dave Castle
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    I shoot a limb driven VAPOR

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    Hamskea micro tune on the way

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    spot hogg infinity or edge
    Hoyt Pro Comp Elite XL, Spot Hogg Infinity rest, Axcel Achieve CXL sight, Shrewd Nomad 42mm scope, Zeiss 4X lens, LP archery, B-Stinger 30 & 15 stabilizers, GT 22 arrows

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    For targets I would reach for a spring steel blade rest. the Hamskea woulf be a real possibility.
    "You got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em,
    Know when to walk away and know when to run.
    You never count your money when you're sittin' at the table."
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    vapor trail for sure

    SHUT UP AND SHOOT YOUR BOW


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