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parttimr
01-14-2012, 12:45 PM
Some of you have tried to help with suggestions and know the frustration I have been having since I got the bow last December. Decided to hunt with it anyway and harvested both my deer and turkey with it anyway and love the bow. However the left kick was getting tiresome. After moving the rest all around and turning nocks then powder to check contact I ordered the NAP Apache rest. Just finished setting it up (very simple) eyeing level with berger holes and centershot and using bow square to set D-loop. Took it out and shot both 55/75 and 75/95s with 100gr FPs and they are straight into the target with no up/down or left/right either just about perfectly level. Doing walk back for center shot was practically perfect as well. Thinking I may check paper tune just to be sure but they are flying like darts now. Amazed at how changing a rest had such a positive impact. Now I have a QAD Ultra Hunter and a dozen 75/95's cut to 29" to get rid of if anyone is interested or know of anyone who might be interested. If not guess I'll cut them to 27 1/2 like the 55/75s and shoot them as well. Thanks to everyone who helped in this dilema.

Hutch~n~Son Archery
01-14-2012, 12:56 PM
That shows us one thing rest really matters. Great news parttimr. Guess that must feel real great. Now its time to buy a 2012 Bengal and have another good back up bow LOL. :rolleyes:






Hutch:cool:

parttimr
01-14-2012, 01:03 PM
LOL!! Don't think the 2012 is in the cards but it looks awesome.

Arrow Splitter
01-14-2012, 04:06 PM
I'm glad to here your problem is solved. It's about time.LOL:p

A.S

parttimr
01-14-2012, 04:29 PM
@ AS about time is right. That rest made it shoot like a dream now and with a bum shoulder I can go back to the 55/75 and lower the poundage a bit.

Arrow Splitter
01-14-2012, 04:37 PM
@ AS about time is right. That rest made it shoot like a dream now and with a bum shoulder I can go back to the 55/75 and lower the poundage a bit.Sounds good. Nothing like a well tuned accurate bow. :cool: