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    Default drop away rest ideas for a martin firecat pro x series 4000

    just purchased a used firecat and am in the process of upgrading the rest it currently has an overdraw on it which i will remove for the new rest but not sure what type of rest i want to install definitely has to be a fall away as the accuarcy is unparrelled what brands do other martin shooters prefer? any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

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    Limb Driver by VaporTrail, one of the easiest drop aways to setup and tune. Been using them for several years now without any problems.

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    Welcome to the forum, Glad to have you aboard.



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    thanks for the suggestions im going with the NAP apache i think that it will serve the purpose very well and thanks for the welcome Hutch cant wait to get her all set up as ive been out of shooting for about 4 years now

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    I use the Trophy Taker Extreme drop aways on 3 of my hunting bows, and a NAP Apache on the other. Can't say a bad thing about either of them. The NAP does seem to be a bit noisier, but nothing significant enough to worry about even for hunting. Welcome to the forum!
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    I used to be a martin shooter and i use a code red rest,really like it.

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    QAD ULTRA REST there is no comparison especially for hunting.

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    thanks again for the suggestions and the warm welcome do any of you know much about the firecat pro-x series 4000 all i know is that is was manufactured in the 90s would love some more info on it as its an interesting bow mine is a black cherry riser with black limbs pretty cool looking the guy i bought it from couldnt remember what year he ordered it from martin its 65 to 80 lbs draw weight right now its at 30in draw length which i have to get shortened about a 1/2 inch whan i have a new string put on this week everything ive found online says that they are very accurate so any info on this bow would be greatly appreciated thanks everyone

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