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Old 07-15-2011, 05:33 AM
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Re: Arrow rest help

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FEENIX and Dave, I know that the qad rest will stay up on a slow let down whereas I dont think the ripcord will. Has this ever caused you any trouble in the field? All my hunting is in the woods so having to draw and let down is more the rule than the exception.

The air rest was a neat idea. Not sure I like the idea of adding those heavy inserts though. Whoever the camera man who did the air rest shots was a lot braver than I am. Now way I'd have looked at a drawn bow like that. Lol.
No, I never had any problem with my Ripcord. The Ripcord (left) and QAD's (right) design and performance are very close and IMHO, I don't think you can go wrong with either one of them. Good luck and happy safe hunting/shooting.
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