I have AAE pro blade and bodoodle pro lite II. I don't have a preference really. I don't think the AAE is any better than the bodoodle or bodoodle any better than AAE. It just came down to what I felt like I wanted at the time. I say shoot what works for you no matter what it is. I had a kid shooting in my group at the ASA classic that used scotch tape for his yardage tape and wrote marks with a pen. It looked nice and worked. He was a nice kid. Hope I get to shoot with with him again next year too.
A wise man, a "repair man", once told me that old stuff don't just quit working because it got old. Shoot em up!!
I've shot the Bodoodle Pro Lite II's for the last 10 years or more. Not one rest failure, and I don't have to worry about keeping my arrow on the rest or the blade getting bent, broke, and sticking into my hand.
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