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I have one on my Jaguar. I love it, it is easy to set up and really helps my accuracy. some people say that it is to "clunky" looking but i think it looks kinda cool. I had a WB and didnt really like it so i switched to the MZE and i see no reason to switch to any thing else.i think i will put one on my next bow also! try it, i think you'll like it.
 

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I shot it and liked it but took it off to go with a QAD. just something different..
 

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Yes!!!

The muzzy zero effect rest is the best rest i have ever tried. They are quiet, reliable and contain your arrow from falling off the rest. Give them a try. :thumbs_up
 

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had one on my hunting bow since spring of 2002, still got it, still hunt it, same rest no failures ever.
 

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i use one and love it. i have got others to switch to it also. there is no downside to that rest. period.

they dropped the price on it too.
 

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had one on my spoiler loved it untill the hook caught on somthing going in the woods hook twisted over that holds arrow.did not notice untill i shot at a 8pt buck and missed, arrow was not on groove in hook. the second time at full draw i noticed the rest was bent over (same deer) i shot figuring how far can it be off,hit tree in front of buck ,deer ran off.as i fixed the rest i looked up to see him coming back for #3 shot this time i was shooting with the arrow placed in the groove.just had to shoot him he was suicidal arrow went where i was aiming this time. otherwise i liked the rest now i shoot a ultra rest on my switchback xt now.
 

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I`ve had them on the last 6 bows that I`ve owned. Once you get them set-up, they are bulletproof. I see no need to look for a different rest.
 

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I've had them on the last two bows. Love them. I did clip off some of the point to allow easier loading of arrows and help eliminate them catching on brush while hunting.
 

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Do you really need that much stuff on your bow for an arrow rest? Why not go with a smaller drop away if that's what you want to shoot?
 

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Moonkryket said:
Do you really need that much stuff on your bow for an arrow rest? Why not go with a smaller drop away if that's what you want to shoot?
yep all that stuff is bullet proof, which is more than I can say for a lot of them out their..
 

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Moonkryket said:
Do you really need that much stuff on your bow for an arrow rest? Why not go with a smaller drop away if that's what you want to shoot?

I like the fact that it doesn't use a cord, which can break or get caught in something. Using a cable slide to raise/lower the rest always works the same.
 
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