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    ok i got my revolution arrow rest today and it is by far the best rest i have ever used ive had many of rests in the past and this one is the quietest smoothest nices rest i have ever had i am shooting the most amazing groups i have ever had in my life i got 2 more robin hoods actually that i need to add to my robbin hood thread and now im out of arrows so i need to go get more arrows and get it paper tuned i can do any thing to a bow walk back tune broad head tune change strings , sight in, change limbes, change cams,make strings, any thing but i can NOT paper tune my own bow to save my life but an amazing rest everyone should get one

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    Thanks for the review I am very interested in that rest. Not sure when I will get one but it is a very good and innovative rest.




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    Did you get the regular one or the micro adjust? I've been putting some thought into getting one just for giggles.
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    were i went go and get it they were all sold out of the micro adjuest

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    Check back in after 1000 shots thru it, and let us know how its holding up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Check back in after 1000 shots thru it, and let us know how its holding up.
    i actually went to a chain sports store today and got some easton st n-fused arrow probbably they best arrows you can get out side of a pro shop but they shot good i would prefer the best arrow you can buy (easton axis st carbon n-fused arrows) but i didnt have the time to go to the pro shop and i shot atleast 1000 times today i shot all day from 9 to 4 ish when i wasent out gun hunting and the rest healed up good still is fast holds the arrow good love it

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    Must have a long day where you live.
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    Must have a long day where you live.
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    Martin 06 Slayer, Nitrous C, Shoot thru, 55lb, Quiktune 3000, HHA OL 5519 2X, Easton A/C/C
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    You are the man if you can go hunting and still have enough time and energy to shoot at least 1000 arrows in a day. That would plum wear me out. Even with 12 arrows that is 84 trips back and forth to the target. Since I only shoot 6 at a time that is 168 round trips to the target 20 yards (OR MORE) away. That is 3.8 miles of walking back and forth to the target. I don't think I could fit all that into one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MLN1963 View Post
    You are the man if you can go hunting and still have enough time and energy to shoot at least 1000 arrows in a day. That would plum wear me out. Even with 12 arrows that is 84 trips back and forth to the target. Since I only shoot 6 at a time that is 168 round trips to the target 20 yards (OR MORE) away. That is 3.8 miles of walking back and forth to the target. I don't think I could fit all that into one day.
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