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Does anybody shoot the NAP Quiktune 4000 drop away?? How does it work for you as far as being quiet and strong.?
 

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I have one on my ViperTec and have had nothing but good results with it. Very solid, accurate and quiet. :thumbs_up
 

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Yeah,,, from what i've been reading its pretty solid and quiet.

I am done with the WB and my 3 choices for a drop-away are down to the TT the Cobra and the NAP .
 

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Nothing but good things to say...had it on two bows now...2 hunting and 2 3d seasons...haven't adjusted it excpet the first time i put it on the bow!
 

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great rest I shoot one on my MQ1, I would recommend nothing else.
 

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I tried one on my Hoyt Cybertec and really did not care for it much. I did not like the the way the prongs stick up even when its down. I was getting some fletching contact. I think it was more the way it fit on my bow more than anything. I now use a DZ and really like it.
 

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I had the NAP 2000, which is very similar to the 4K. I also had fletch clearance problems that I could not resolve. Went to TR Drop Zone and have been very pleased. AB
 

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:thumbs_up I love it, never a problem
 

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IdahoBowHunter said:
I tried one on my Hoyt Cybertec and really did not care for it much. I did not like the the way the prongs stick up even when its down. I was getting some fletching contact. I think it was more the way it fit on my bow more than anything. I now use a DZ and really like it.
I love mine, the issue with the forks sticking up, I ground mine down :mg: here is a pic of the rest after the changes:
 

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