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    Default Nap Apache or a Trophy Ridge Revolution?

    Guys and Gals, I am at a toss up. Don't know which one to get. The Nap Apache, which has a great track record. Or the Trophy Ridge Revolution which no one has negatives against it that I know of. What to get??



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    If it were me and I had the money, I'd get the Carbon Apache.
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    Trophy Ridge Revolution will be my next rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by droppixel View Post
    If it were me and I had the money, I'd get the Carbon Apache.
    I agree,i was going to get a revolution for my xforce and the tech warned me against it,said they were having all sorts of trouble with them,so i got a QAD instead.
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    I have both rests, and have to say that I like the revolution better. They are both easy to set up and easy to tune, quiet and work great. However, I like the form and function of the Revolution better between the two.

    The number one complaint I have about the Apache is arrow loading; I had a biscuit before it, and could just nock the arrow and drop it in. With the Apache, the load area is directly above the rest, so if I nock it and drop it, the arrow hits my sights. I have to feed the arrow into the rest cage and then nock it.

    With the Revolution I can once again nock it and drop it. Then just flip the rest into place and your arrow is good to go, and secure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wscywabbit View Post
    I have both rests, and have to say that I like the revolution better. They are both easy to set up and easy to tune, quiet and work great. However, I like the form and function of the Revolution better between the two.

    The number one complaint I have about the Apache is arrow loading; I had a biscuit before it, and could just nock the arrow and drop it in. With the Apache, the load area is directly above the rest, so if I nock it and drop it, the arrow hits my sights. I have to feed the arrow into the rest cage and then nock it.

    With the Revolution I can once again nock it and drop it. Then just flip the rest into place and your arrow is good to go, and secure.
    Why I would get the Carbon, they addressed this in the redesign.
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    Nice DP, I didn't realize that they had a redesigned version this year. That would be a big improvement IMO; other than the top load its a good rest... that and it wouldn't fit on my Onza
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