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    bb11
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    Default Drop away rests

    Hello. I just bought a Firecat with CAT cams. Now shopping for a drop away arrow rest. Who recommends what? I hear alot of good things about the QAD Ultra Pro. Does anyone have experience with those or others? thanks!

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    RogerSr
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    I have Limbdrivers on most of my bows,and I have used Ripcords for the last few years, there both great rest.

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    Oregonhunter78
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    My first choice would be a limbdriver. I have been shooting a spot hogg whammy on my warthog for a month now and it works great.

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    Just put a QAD drop-away on my Saber. Very user friend,simple and reliable, easy to use....all that for under $50
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    RobD
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    I have a rip cord on my Firehawk,and my DXT Love it.The Qad ultra pro is a good one also,

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    drevilmike77
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    I have a limb driver and I love it. It is easy to install and set up too.

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    I really haven't had too much personal experience with lots of rests but I will tell you I'm totally sold on the limb driver rest.
    08/13 Martin Firecat Pro-X (29" DL, 67.5# DW), Nitro 3 cams, home-made bent cable guard rod, new VEMs, DS Advantage/HHA Pro-5519 front sight, No-Peep Sight Eliminator, Limb-Driver arrow rest, B-Stinger stabilizer, custom lower & upper STS with offset stops, G5 Head-Loc quiver on custom mounting bracket. Gold Tip Velocity XT300 arrows with Bi-Delta 2.5" Sharkstooth vanes and Grizzly single-bevel broadheads, 498 grains at 262 fps (22% FOC)

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    Default Whisperflite Match Grade

    If you are looking to save a little money, try the Whisperflite Match Grade. It is not a fall away, per se, as it is spring loaded. I have used fall aways in the past and will never do it again since finding this. I now have it on two my bows and have not had any clearance issue like I did with my QAD Hunter. I had to move it as far forward as possible to eliminate the contact with my PSE. You can find them for around $45.

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    Thumbs up thanks!

    Thanks all for the comments!

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    +1 For the QAD Ultra rest.Zero problems, 5 years old, outlasted 2 bows and Broke the hearts of many deer,coyote,squirrel,chipmunk and turkey's and can even do it upside down!!

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