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Thread: Help, I want a new rest. I need advice.

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    I like this rest because it's full containment even at rest. Simply push down on the back side with your thumb & your locked & loaded. Will not trip out untill your at full draw. The improved Code Red will stay locked till you shoot so if you need to let down it's still ready to go. A nice feature that the first ones don't have. You can normally find a used one on At $40 and up. New the cheapet I've seen them is $62.

    This is the first generation Ripcord on my Bowtech.

    This is the improved Code Red Ripcord. I don't like the red at all.

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    The Alien I just picked up has a QAD mounted to it. Going to see how I like that before I really judge them any further. I still have a feeling I'll end up with either an Apache or a limb driven rest.
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    I like the Trophy Ridge Dropzone, Ive tried other rests and I keep coming back to it. Its simple and it works very well.
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    Are these capture rests compatible with fob's? Or is it just drop away?
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    Quote Originally Posted by 96xjclassic View Post
    Thanks looks cool. Are there any moving parts
    None. Thus, no chance of mechanical failure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    Only thing bad about bodoodle,WB,Octane pro,you better have perfect form everytime because if you dont they will magnify any torque,and produce bad shots and habits.
    If dont feel comfortable with a dropaway then go with a QAD or code red type of rest,they are the best of both worlds.
    I personally haven't had a problem with this. I've been shooting the Zapper for about four years and before that I shot the Bodoodle Pro Lite. I can also assure you that I don't have perfect form. These rests are very accurate. Torque will effect any shooter, because the result of torque is the bow being twisted.

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    Here's my TT Smack down.




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    @OP i would go with a TT rest many to choose from,Put some felt like double S has and you good to go.Another thing about those bodoodle rest is you use that silencing tape on the forks ends to quiet arrow on draw and for me they didint last to long....but that's my personel opinion as i have used one before.

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    you can go with GWS Strike Force V-Drop Drop for $20 buck on ebay and they hold up very well you have both up & down & right and left adjustments Just change the pull cord to a better cord its to stiff you will not reget it
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    Default man, this is so hard.

    I wish like 5 of you liked the same one. Then I could focus a little more on that one. Looks like I got a lot of homework to do.
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    Default Nap quiktune1000

    Have you guys heard of this rest? It's a drop away with a cord. I found it on eBay for $40. What do you guys think?
    2007 Martin Wildcat / Jaguar 55# Dw 29" DL, Wildman Fly Series Quiver,Nap Apache Drop Away Rest, 28" Beman, ICS. Bowhunter 400- Custom Camo Hutch-n-son wrist sling

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