Punch,Punch_Master said:For a pure target rest I would suggest the Britesite Pro Tuner over the trophy taker. No moving parts and nothing to "time" on a Pro Tuner. The "kiss" principal at it's finest.
Sounds like a nice enough rest but I'll stick with my protuner cause I don't need allen wrenches to adjust centershot or arrow height.MikeK said:Punch,
I believe you're talking about the TT drop-away, which essentially is a hunting rest. The Trophy Taker target rest is the Spring Steel, which is the essence of simplicity -- and efficiency. No adjustments or timing.
I've tried a number of target rests in recent years, including one that has more bells, whistles, adjustments and gauges than an airliner's control panel. None of them come close to the Spring Steel in terms of simplicity and efficiency. I have a Spring Steel on both my bows. In both examples they've tightened my groups and I haven't needed to adjust either one since installing it.
Here is the data for Spring Steel launchers:
Total Arrow Weight:
Less than 300 Grains - Use .008 Launcher
Between 300 & 400 Grains - Use .010 Launcher
More than 400 Grains - Use .012 Launcher
Use the above rated launcher in either wide or narrow tongue groove as shown below:
Use the Narrow Launcher for arrows up to 23/64" diameter.
Use the Wide Launcher for arrows more than 23/64" diameter.
Yup, what bfisher says.bfisher said:You ain't gonna wear out the blade.