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    I shoot a QAD, still the best IMO,I've been shooting them since they came out.
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    i have 6 bows 1 is an onza 3 with the quad hunter rest on all of them , haven't had not one problem with them, sold a 1907 bengal to my nephew, has the same quad hunter rest that i put on it when i bought the bow new. 3 things i really like about the quad is the thumb bar and being able to ajust the trip cord at the rest & change the cord without taking the rest apart if it needs to be a little shorter just pull the cord out a little and melt the end a little. ripcord is an excellant rest but doesn't have the thumb bar & has to be disassembled to replace the cord. don't know anything about any of the other rest mentioned have never owned them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowgramp59 View Post
    i have 6 bows 1 is an onza 3 with the quad hunter rest on all of them , haven't had not one problem with them, sold a 1907 bengal to my nephew, has the same quad hunter rest that i put on it when i bought the bow new. 3 things i really like about the quad is the thumb bar and being able to ajust the trip cord at the rest & change the cord without taking the rest apart if it needs to be a little shorter just pull the cord out a little and melt the end a little. ripcord is an excellant rest but doesn't have the thumb bar & has to be disassembled to replace the cord. don't know anything about any of the other rest mentioned have never owned them.
    Wow, you really are a bowgramp huh?
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowgramp59 View Post
    i have 6 bows 1 is an onza 3 with the quad hunter rest on all of them , haven't had not one problem with them, sold a 1907 bengal to my nephew, has the same quad hunter rest that i put on it when i bought the bow new. 3 things i really like about the quad is the thumb bar and being able to ajust the trip cord at the rest & change the cord without taking the rest apart if it needs to be a little shorter just pull the cord out a little and melt the end a little. ripcord is an excellant rest but doesn't have the thumb bar & has to be disassembled to replace the cord. don't know anything about any of the other rest mentioned have never owned them.
    You are talking of the "bottom" of the 3 right? Not the LD or the HDX or whatever the heck they call it?
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    I've been doing some more snooping around for bows, the Nemesis I posted sold but found this on AT - guy with an Onza has a Revolution mounted ...

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    thats a good looking bow... almost wish I had gotten the skulls camo...

    I sent him a PM asking how the revolution worked for him on the Onza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wscywabbit View Post
    thats a good looking bow... almost wish I had gotten the skulls camo...

    I sent him a PM asking how the revolution worked for him on the Onza.
    This is one of the bows I have on my watch list right now. Got 2-3 Onzas and AX and 2 Nemesis I am asking about right now. Really getting stoked for this check next week and getting in trouble with the wife over it.
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    i 've got a quad hunter rest on mine . i just put it on and went to shooting, can't see any problems!
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    Quote Originally Posted by bowgramp59 View Post
    i have 6 bows 1 is an onza 3 with the quad hunter rest on all of them , haven't had not one problem with them, sold a 1907 bengal to my nephew, has the same quad hunter rest that i put on it when i bought the bow new. 3 things i really like about the quad is the thumb bar and being able to ajust the trip cord at the rest & change the cord without taking the rest apart if it needs to be a little shorter just pull the cord out a little and melt the end a little. ripcord is an excellant rest but doesn't have the thumb bar & has to be disassembled to replace the cord. don't know anything about any of the other rest mentioned have never owned them.
    Curtis, Could you get your nephew to post a pic of the 1907 Bengal? Would really like to see it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    Curtis, Could you get your nephew to post a pic of the 1907 Bengal? Would really like to see it!
    ...X2.....lol

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