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Which would you buy if they cost the same?

  • GKF TKO

    Votes: 6 21.4%
  • GKF Mirage

    Votes: 1 3.6%
  • TT Shaky Hunter

    Votes: 15 53.6%
  • NAP QuickTune 2000

    Votes: 6 21.4%
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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
Sorry about starting yet another thread about fall away rests but here goes...

I am considering the GKF TKO, GKF Mirage, NAP Quick Tune 2000, and the TT Shaky Hunter.

With those options out there, are there any particular concerns involved with using carbon arrows? (29" CX 300, plastic 4" vanes)

I am shooting a browning maxim and it has steel cables, does anyone know if these could cause problems with any of the above rests?

I am mainly concerned with reliability in hunting situations.
 

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Is just so simple and works well. Dont make it more complicating than you need too.
 

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I know that the NAP comes with its own cable slide. Can the TT be connected to my cable slide or cables just above the slide? I would think it would work the same way. Thanks

Brian
 

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NAP 2000 or 4000 both are great rests, easy to tune and work perfectly.
 

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thanks, that is a good thread, im glad you posted it. I think i could get the rest to work with my bow but i might just go with the simplicity of a biscuit. Thanks again

Brian
 
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