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    Ok everyone lets see what kind of rest you use for your style of shooting.
    This is a flipper I made at work. I drew it up and cut it out on the waterjet I run.
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    Got no pictures, but I use Cavalier Free Flyte rests on all my finger bows.

    For a long time I have had them set to retract when I loose, but the new generation of loooong smoooth cams with a little bump before the valley, means I keep forgetting the bump, pulling too hard and knocking the arrow off the rest, so I have changed them all to a similar system to the one Don's using.
    Dedicated Finger Shooter.

    Shadowcat(s) with Barnsdale limbs: Davis The System, Free Flyte rest.

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    i use a hotage,but im going to get the NAP 360.i like capture rests

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    Quik tune 3000 micro and a QT 1000. Works well for me.
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    Here's my TT Smack down.




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    Has anyone heard of this one?

    Does anyone use this one?

    It interests me!
    http://www.trophyridge.com/arrow-rests/revolution/


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    Bill,
    Sorry I don't belive I have ever seen that one before, looks cool though.
    Don.
    I am sponsered by Louie Rangle-- Gator Feathers by Gator vanes...www.gatorvanes.com Deer Crossing Target shafts. Specialty Archery Timberdoodle ll rest. Bow String Depot Cables and String.
    I Shoot a 2012-SepterV and a 2011-Shadowcat
    I shoot Bowhunter, not barebow--fingers non-sights.
    Enter-ZESTY at checkout at Deer Crossing Archery- http://deercrossingarchery.com/
    For a 10% discount on all products, other than ECO Hunter shafts.

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    It might work for finger shooters too, it depends how quickly the arms retract.

    Interesting.
    Dedicated Finger Shooter.

    Shadowcat(s) with Barnsdale limbs: Davis The System, Free Flyte rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hutch~n~Son Archery View Post
    Has anyone heard of this one?

    Does anyone use this one?

    It interests me!
    http://www.trophyridge.com/arrow-rests/revolution/


    Hutch
    i have been looking for info on that darn rest since simple life posted a thread about it some time ago.i like it.would like to know more.lots more.

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