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    Senior Member Ehunter's Avatar
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    Just a little tip for everyone that doesn't have a bow shop close for accessories, or doesn't like the one they have close. Sportsmansguide.com. I've bought several thnigs from them in the past, and have always had good results. Sights, rests, targets, arrows, pretty much a little of everything. Not a huge selection, but good prices on what they do have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    Just a little tip for everyone that doesn't have a bow shop close for accessories, or doesn't like the one they have close. Sportsmansguide.com. I've bought several thnigs from them in the past, and have always had good results. Sights, rests, targets, arrows, pretty much a little of everything. Not a huge selection, but good prices on what they do have.
    Ehunter is right we have been using them for a while. Because prices now a days matter.

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    I found a sight that I have not ordered from, but they seem to have almost everything www.outdoorsexperience.com The prices seem good, but I have yet to order from them so I can not comment on the service.
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    I have two NAP rest, one drop away and the prong rest. The micro adjust makes tuning a lot less time consuming. Good product.

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    +3 on the NAP quiktunes! I got one on all three Martins, especilly like the Micro 3000, mostly cause its easier to adjust that the 1000, which was'nt all that tough to tune either.
    And a +2 on SportsmanGuide.com, have had no complaints on any of the items I've purchased from them and hard to beat their prices.
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    Thanks y'all for the 411 on the rest. I am definitely going to purchase one, and will post up pic's once installed.

    I will definitely look into sportsman's guide I didn't even think to look at them for Archery stuff I always look there for my gun stuff.

    I will also look into www.outdoorsexperience.com as well.

    Thanks to all of you for all your input and help.

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    i have an apache on my firecat. it used to be on my tracer. I havent had any issues with it at all one thing ive noticed is that it is really quiet when you draw.
    2010 Firecat Tr1, tru-glo microbrite, NAP Apache, X-coil Beman ics 400

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    Hello.

    Been using the NAP Apache Micro, on my Shadowcat. I would reccommend that rest to anyone.

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