Martin 06 Slayer, Nitrous C, shoot thru, 63lb, Quiktune 3000, HAA OL 5519, Beman ICS Hunter
Martin 06 Slayer, Nitrous C, Shoot thru, 55lb, Quiktune 3000, HHA OL 5519 2X, Easton A/C/C
Ben Pearson 1968 'Cougar' 62" 45#s @ 28" recurve, parallel shaft POC, Zwickey 'Eskimo' 2 blade
I had a nap quicktune 360 rest in my cheetah, and it was hands down one I'd the easiest to tune.... had better left. Right. Up. And down increments for adjustment than many rests I've seen. I opted away from it for a Qad drop away cuz i got talked into one, but the nap was far easier to tune for me, and it has zero vane contact as well!
2012 Rytera Nemesis in vista camo
- Strings by BOW STRING DEPOT (Formerly hutch n sons archery)
- octane stabilizer
- 3/16 meta peep
- HHA ol5519 sight
- QAD ultrarest HDX in realtree ap
- fuse 3 arrow quiver
- saunders hyperglide cable slide
I shoot a biscuit,and tri- van. The biscuit hasn't bothered my blazers at all,is quiet and a few fps slower than the tri-van. It is by far the simplest. I haven't had mine freeze up in the winter. Haven't used the other in winter. I switched from a QAD,which was simple as well,but a little louder on the draw. I'm torn between the 2 on my new pantera. Can't go wrong with either.
2011 Onza 3,30"@62. Black and beautiful.
2011 Pse Revenge,30"@65#,Tommy Hogg,Code Red Ripcord,12" Doinker A Bomb,Maximas,100 gr Pse F 15's.330grains@324fps!!!!!!!
2011 Firecat 400 black,30"@60#,copper john battleaxe,Qad,
2011 Barnett Ghost CRT 400,for when my back goes out,which is getting to be a commonality now,lol.
2005 Whisper Creek Stealth,28"@60,still in original box! I'm a little late on this one,lol!
The Original Trophy Taker Drop Away is serious old school, and the Shakey Hunter by Trophy Taker both changed the game when it came to rests. As a strictly hunting solution the Biscuit has it's advantages, but for all around the drop away's have a lot going for them.
Drop Away's are worth doing the background research. I looked up the Trophy Taker and learned a lot about Dan Evans and Elk Hunting. I have a Trophy Taker Original with a Martin lock up mount. Love it and I love simplicity.
Now days every rest company has a dependable drop away solution. Getting rid of arrow and fletch contact is a serious step forward. If you are going to get a new rest I would say take the opportunity to thoroughly research and consider the alternatives. Drop Away's create a lot of fletching options whereas the Biscuit limits your options. Whatever you decide, do it after a serious consideration of the options.
Smarten Up and Martin Up
Martin Black Panther - Martin Cougar III Magnum
Rytera Scepter V - Martin Diablo - 2 @ Rytera Seeker
"I will make My arrows drunk with blood...” Deuteronomy 32:42a (HCSB)
I am an Alien, I am in this world but I am not of this world, have mercy. Tell the Truth and shame the Devil.
I havent made decisions yet but that bo dodlle thing looks like it might be the one to consider I will keep u folks up dated
I've had no problems tuning a drop-away rest. I've got both the Trophy Taker Xtreme containment, and an NAP Apache. Both are very similar, and both are extremely easy to set up and tune. I use a biscuit for a few years, but I wasn't a big fan of it. A little noisy for me, and the bristles tended to wear out too fast. Then they changed the design, and the new replacement bristles wouldn't fit the old rests. I switched to the drop-aways, and haven't looked back.
2006 Rytera Bullet X 60#---2008 Moab 70#
2008/12 Firecat 60#--- 2010 Warthog 70#
2009 Warthog 70#
2010 Strother SR-71 65# & 2012 Strother Rush 65#
2012 Strother SX Rush 60# & 2011 Strother Infinity 70#
BSD strings and cables
Yeah, I know I'm grumpy and opinionated.