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    String builder/ Super Moderator Hutch~n~Son Archery's Avatar
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    Heres a link for the Qad rest review.
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    i use quad hunter rest on all my bows, takes me about 5 mins. to mount and set them. you might go on archery talk classifieds and get a deal on a used one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stéphane View Post

    The one thing I will had right away is the stabilizer. Tex (the youtube guy), says he's happy with the s-coil (he shoots with a Cheetah). Does that seem like a good choice? 4"?
    I use a 4" s-coil, and in my opinion, it's hard to beat, especially since it costs very little.
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    well it depends on what you expect from your stabilizer.... i got an x coil, and its great at reducing vibration, but doesnt do much for changing the balance point of my bow (tail heavy) but for what its worth, id give it a 9 outta 10 for vibration reduction.....
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    The Qad is a great choice. They work great and easy to set up. Another great feature about the qad rest is that you can let the string down and the prong stay up. Keeping the arrow still contained. Which the qad is the only rest that does that, that I know of.

    A STS will quite your bow. You can get a Martin STS off ebay for about $25.00 So yes that would be a nice addition to your bow.

    CCS won't really make much difference. Might make your draw cycle a little stiffer.Not really to sure. But I would not worry about adding that to your bow.

    Welcome to the Forum. Let us know how everything is,once you set your bow up. Any questions or just want to chat drop in, There are many seasoned archery here that will love to help you. Good Luck

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