While I am waiting for my Limbdriver Pro to arrive, give me your oppinion on it. Let me hear it all, good or bad. How is it to set up? Easy, hard? Give me all the details.:shade:
Yep, what he said.I see no disadvantages to the Limb Driver. Some people want total containment but I have found that with the arrow holder I can hold my bows upside down and the arrow won't move.
The rest is the easiest and quickest to set up, very easy to tune to, and can be shot even without the timing cord. Just like a fixed rest. It is a very accurate and durable rest.
Exactly. If it was micro-adjustable it would be perfect.only thing i wish it had was micro adjust.
besides that its the best rest i ever used. dont think i will ever switch. love the easy set up and the limb driven design makes it easy to repair in the field in the cord happens to get cut.
also no floppy cord to get caught on brush
That happened to me, too. Now I go through the hole and tie it rather than rely on the burnt end. No problems.I think you'll like it Paul. By not tying into the buss cable you eliminate any possible issues with binary type cam systems.
The only time I've had an issue was when my bow fell from my stand a few years ago. The cord popped out of the limb attachment button but it was a quick and easy field repair ~5 minutes.