I understand your situation, but realistically, how many people ever have this happen? Spot and stalk is cool too, but I'd never do it with an arrow nocked, at least not till I were close enough to make a shot. Too many people die doing things like this.
In case you haven't figured it out I like to be arguementative. (spelling)
Now, may I comment on your assessment about the blade rest bending to support the arrow? On this one I agree with you. How does a drop away do this? Maybe I don't understand your post, but most drop aways that I know of are designed to "drop" for fletching clearance. To do this they don't rise up till about the last 1-2" of the draw cycle. Conversely, when shot they only support the arrow for that inch or so of string travel so how does that add stability to the arrow?
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