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Vapor Trail Limb Driver PRO-V:
http://www.vaportrailarchery.com/
http://www.bowhunterssuperstore.com/vaportrail-limb-driver-arrow-rest-p-1869687.html

Arizona Archery Pro Drop:
http://arizonaarchery.com/product/x_4MDN93QWawZCN0EY2lkPT/ARROW_RESTS_FALL-AWAYS/PRO_DROPLIMB_ACTIVATED_FALL-AWAY.html
http://www.bowhunterssuperstore.com/arizona-archery-drop-arrow-rest-right-hand-black-p-1870531.html

Considering these two rests for my new bow this year.
Both are limb activated and are similarly priced.
I really like the micro-adjustment of the Pro Drop, but also like the containment feature of the PRO-V.
I have read on here where some guys have modified their Pro Drop to help with containment, but have not seen any pics of examples so I'm not sure how effective it is.

Any opinions (based on use, experience and performance) would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks.
 

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The link you posted shows the containment for the pro drop.
 

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The link you posted shows the containment for the pro drop.
The pic on on the right is of a rest with a containment are, but it is not the pro drop.
My understanding is that some guys have used an arm similar to this on a pro drop, but it's unclear how exactly it mounts to the pro drop rest.
If anyone has a pic of an example, that'd be great.
 

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LimbDriver Pro-V is the way to go!

Great rest, east to setup, great customer service team standing by waiting to help you if you need help, and, VaporTrail is a ArcheryTalk sponsor to boot.

PM me if you have any questions or if you want to chat about the rest.
 

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pro v gets my vote...pm me if you need help or pricing
 

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The pro drop is in fact the way to go. It's the ONLY rest that gives you ALL of this: Fall away-Limb driven- Full containment- and micro adjusable. Here's some pics of how the arrow holder works on the pro drop. It costs $5 and take seconds to install.
I bought one to try it. and then sold every rest i had to get them for all my bows.
 

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I've owned both.. I still own the AAE PRO DROP, its the better rest.

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Sounds like both of these rests have plenty of fans.

Anybody have any negatives to watch out for with either one?
 

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The pro drop is in fact the way to go. It's the ONLY rest that gives you ALL of this: Fall away-Limb driven- Full containment- and micro adjusable. Here's some pics of how the arrow holder works on the pro drop. It costs $5 and take seconds to install.
I bought one to try it. and then sold every rest i had to get them for all my bows.
Thanks, P&Y. This is exactly what I was looking for as far as an example of the arrow holder.
Any issues of it 'jumping' when coming to full draw?
 

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The only negative I would give it is this. There won't be any jumping because once you reach full draw the holder rolls back and then off the arrow. So your containment ends just as you get to full draw. If you let the bow down the holder is no longer holding it. Is that a negative??? I like it that way. The micro adjust is by far the best part for me. I have the bow shown bare shaft tuned out past 40 yards. You can make RREEAALLYY small adjustments and go back if need be. I waited along time for someone to make this rest. I don't know why others aren't doing it yet. A pro V in micro adjust would be awesome!
 

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P&Y,
Thanks again for the good info. I completely agree on the micro-adjustment.
I am really surprised more micro-adjust rests aren't available.


And, yep, Muscavegas. Don't sound so jealous.
 
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