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jeffrey andrews
04-08-2010, 02:57 PM
I just purchased a new jaguar in 40#. What is the best traditional arrow rest to use to bring the arrows to center shot? Also, how do I determine which is the upper limb and which is the lower limb, they weren't marked upper or lower? I want to keep the arrow rest as low tech as possible.

stickflngr
04-09-2010, 07:13 AM
Congrats on youre new bow. Most of my customers just use a simple flipper rest and to get center shot just move it out to the center of the bow. As far as the limbs go It dont matter. I put them together then mark top and bottom so there the same if you ever take it apart again. Kenny

SandSquid
04-09-2010, 07:30 AM
I just purchased a new jaguar in 40#. What is the best traditional arrow rest to use to bring the arrows to center shot? Also, how do I determine which is the upper limb and which is the lower limb, they weren't marked upper or lower? I want to keep the arrow rest as low tech as possible.

top/bottom limb placement is irrelevant. Some are noted "a" and "b" so most folks choose "b" for "bottom" and "a" for "apogee"


For a rest, there is really no need to get fancy, in fact I reccomend you get the Slide Slot Nut - BP18 (http://www.shopatron.com/products/productdetail/Slide+Slot+Nut/part_number=BP18/189.0.1.1.23386.0.0.0.0?) and a Martin Springy Rest (http://www.lancasterarchery.com/product_info.php?cPath=40_407&products_id=10476&osCsid=2sl5founs6jkn4qkkcbe0fps37)

http://mediacdn.shopatron.com/media/mfg/189/product_image/a9369d5a1d5ef629f42715c6aba7e76e.jpg?1226421522

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DeepRiverBowman
04-11-2010, 05:10 AM
The Springy rest is a good choice. I shot one in competition for quite a while. On my Jaguar I use a Center Rest II which is a flipper style that gives good flight and is quieter than a Springy.

mike