I use the same rest indoors as I do outdoors. It only requires that I change the center-shot on the plunger as I shoot 2012's X7's indoors and 700 spine X10's outdoors. I also lower the height of the rest wire to put the x7's on the center of the plunger.
I shoot a Cavalier Free Flite Elite. It has proved to me, to be the most durable and adjustable rest I've ever used.
For our JOAD kids we use the Win & Win Magnetic rest. You can bend the wire at install to get the correct center-shot and it also has a vertical adjustment feature. For kids it is 9 times less money than the Cavalier.
They are about $80.00....I found an older one on E-Bay....I think I got it for $35....regardless, they are worth the money. I know there are other rests that are good, but what ever you do, don't buy cheap. If you're not happy with the cheap one...you'll end up paying twice.
Blade style rests are very popular. I use the Trophy Taker Spring Steel 1 with a .012 wide blade and it works fine for indoors. I actually use the same arrow rest and just swap out the blade for a .010 narrow for outdoors. Very versatile and tuneable. Similar in nature to the Pro Tuner and the GK blade rests.
Drop-aways aren't bad either, especially for shooting big fat indoor arrows with heavy points. Seems to be a little easier to tune those arrows off the drop-away, or at least tune for no contact which is very difficult to do with the blade style rests.
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