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I am attempting to set up two old Martin's, a Cougar 11 and a Warthog "A". I have been looking for the NAP Plunger rest without luck and have been considering just going with the NAP Center rest. Then I thought, why not go with a Berger style button and flipper? I have Springees on them now, from my old pile of stuff, but as I remember, they seem to be hard on feathers. I sure do like the Plunger rest though as I have had them on my 2 old Oregon's for years. Any suggestions?
 

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For years I thought they only made two rests: a right handed spring and a left handed spring. When my arrow spine and nocks were indexed right I never had much trouble with feathers.

I do have a little trouble with the springy on low poundage, so I've moved on to flippers and buttons...
 

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I've played around with a lot of arrow rests and consider the flipper and plunger to be the gold standard. I'm currently shooting a Cavalier Master Plunger, not the Master-loc, and the Cavalier Champion II stick on flipper. Great combination.
 
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