Its not too tight there its just im not used to being so careful trying to pull back my bow. Whoever thought of shooting off such a skinny rest must be more graceful than me!If its falling off the rest then you most likely have some nock pinch. Seperate those d-loop knots so there not so snug on the nock.
Guess I better practice a lot this week so it doesnt happen too much this weekend! Thats why I switched because I wanted something that didnt move. I hope I get the hang of it.The rest is not going to make you more accurate, but it cant misfire like on a drop away rest there is a chance it not working correctly and with top shooters winning by single points theres no room for mistakes like the rest not working right.
It was probably set to shoot ACE's. You need to open it up some. You have to be smooth on the draw to use prong rests. You want to set it so the prongs are just touching in between the hen and cock fletching. You also want the nocking point about an 1/8th or a 1/4" above square.Its about an 8th of an inch wide. I have never used one before and only tried it because it came with the bow. Any help would be appreciated.
yup. you can either have it so that the blade does all the work or have a weaker spring tension to accomplish the same thing. I would have it so that it has a higher spring tension so that the blade does all the work.You cant adjust the size of the rest. its a single blade. What is the reason for the tension setting on the side? Wouldnt it work just as good if it just stayed in place the whole time and couldnt move?
Why did you change from the LimbDriver? I think this is one of the best rest on the market and it is probably the one of the only rest on the market that can't misfire.Does it really help to use that kind of rest? Im suppose to shoot a tourney this weekend and im gonna look stupid! lol! I was using a limbdriver and was shooting great but I HAD to tinker! I think I might have to switch to the two prong rest.