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    Yeah, the 360 is a very underated rest. You wouldn't believe the price of new brushes here in Australia. $17 plus shipping!!!!!!!!! Lucky I don't need to change them very often.

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    I had the 360 on my Bengal and liked all but the replacing of the brushes. I put on a Trophy Taker Extreme recently and I am really enjoying the improved accuracy and it seems to be quieter then the 360...
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    You might want to take a look at the NAP Apache drop away rest. It is quiet and easy to set up. Even easier than the Quick Tune 360. And your flu flus should go through the capture easy enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sagittarius View Post
    I had the 360 on my Bengal and liked all but the replacing of the brushes. I put on a Trophy Taker Extreme recently and I am really enjoying the improved accuracy and it seems to be quieter then the 360...

    they have new brushes now, their stiff like the brissles of a tooth brush. ive probably got 600/700 shots on mine and they show zero sign of any wear.

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    What about noise with the stiffer bristles??? Yes the apache looks exactly like the TT xtreme only a little cheaper..
    09 Bengal 29" @ 68#
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    NAP Nightmare 100grn
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    zero noise. i have the brushes high enough off the arrow that it cant fall off even when i turn the bow over and theres no noticable arrow contact on release.

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    Cool

    I may just set up that 360 on my boys bow then ?? He's been eyeballing it anyway.... I like the TT so much now I can't see going back to the 360 anytime soon..:
    09 Bengal 29" @ 68#
    Truglo 5 pin
    Trophy Taker Extreme
    NAP Nightmare 100grn
    Blackhawk Vapor Pro 3000 265grn

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