do you think it would be possible to trip the whisker biscuit to make it like a Hostage arrow rest so that the fleching doesn't have to go through the biscuit?
with all the poor comments about hostage rests, if you want the inferior product buy it there is no reson to destroy the biscuit, the contact has no effect on the shot, all three fletches contact at the same time and cancels out the others, it remains absolutly truedo you think it would be possible to trip the whisker biscuit to make it like a Hostage arrow rest so that the fleching doesn't have to go through the biscuit?
2 freakin feet per second will gain you how much distance? a foot and a half? the speed you will gain is worth nothing at any distance,, your talking about LESS than the length of the arrow in a full second of flight!!!the main reason for asking is to get more speed for better longer shots..i will probably leave it alone because i dont want to mess it up because i plan to get a limbdriver in the future
ok, well see on my bow that i am getting rid of had a drop-away but i like my bows to be "super tuned" by a good friend of mine and with the bianary cam i don't like things attached to the cables or anything to cause any sort of disruption in the shot that is why i'm currently going to keep the biscuit until i have the money to get a limbdriver...i've never shot a biscuit i've just been told it could affect my shot so i asked, thanks for the replies, i'm gonna leave the biscuit the same, especially since i shoot blazers cuz they don't wrinkle, and i'm happy, i've shot the bow quite a bit and i love the way it shoot right now, i just prefer to have the bow the way i want it.2 freakin feet per second will gain you how much distance? a foot and a half? the speed you will gain is worth nothing at any distance,, your talking about LESS than the length of the arrow in a full second of flight!!!
300fps as apposed to 298fps ? get real, if you dont like the biscuit jsut say so and buy a failaway,
at the length of a football field the tip of the slower arrow is between the knock and field tip of the faster one!!
thanks Chris, and yes, the whisker biscuit that is on it is the one of today, which is a great sign for me, found your comment very helpful, thanksBowman100
I was a WB "basher" for a number of years; I thought it would kill speed and mess up arrow stabilization for longer shots, so I never used one. This year, however, I ended up "having" to put one on my bow for a late season hunt. At the range, I was going to be happy if I had accuracy and consistency at 30 yards. Well, at 30 I was great so I moved to 40. ...still great, so I moved to 50. ...STILL great. Either the WB of today is MUCH better than the WB of "yesterday" or I was mistaken; the thing shoots great. I still have blistering speed, great accuracy, my vanes aren't messed up at all (although I did make sure I had only a slight offset and extra drop of glue in the front), and I had a rest that was a cinch to "center shot" and paper tune with. ...I actually got the best bullet holes through paper I've ever had.
Shoot the WB until you want to TRY a new rest and then compare the two. ...I haven't tried yet, but I'll be shooting out to 70 yards in a couple of days (weather related) and doubt I'll see any difference/problems.