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    Another QAD ultra user - no issues.

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    I have been using the Octane Hostage Pro for the past couple of seasons. It still gives you complete containment like the whisker biscuit without having your vanes pass through any whiskers. It has been a great rest.
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    The QAD gets my vote i just switched from trophy taker shot it loved it got the wife one also smooth quiet best upgrade i have done recently:-)

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    Ripcord all the way, I used to shoot a trap door but had too many arrows fall off in the heat of the moment.. Love how it locks up and is fully contained.

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    revolution

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    Shot a QAD ultra HD pro series for awhile but it failed me, for some reason when it got cold I could not cock the rest up into the upright position. As a company they do not recommend you to shoot the rest with out cocking it. So after having a whole season with it doing that I contacted the company and they had me send it in so they could fix it. Needless to say it took about a month and a half to get a brand new rest back, plus they had pretty good customer service was impressed with them. While I was waiting for a new rest got stir crazy and bought a whisker biscuit. If you tune this rest right you will drive tacks out to long range. So I have a brand new QAD rest sitting in my archery box just in case I want to switch back. But its total preference!
    Joe Buttice
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    octane hostage pro
    I like not having to worry about my arrow when stalking.

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    i have had the QAD pro on my destroyer the last two years. i cant speak for any other rests but mine, but i do a 7 mile pack in elk hunt every year. camp elevation is at 10,500', hunting elevations range from 10,000' to 12,000' and temps have been anywhere from 70's to this past year of teens. My rest has never failed me and my equipment gets abused.....climbing on the rocks at timberline down to belly crawls in the grassy meadows at lower elevations, it has worked flawlessly. tuning was as simple as it gets and the containment speaks for itself.

    last year it was cold and snowy for the whole week. never had a problem with the temps or the precipitation...worked awesome. i would buy it again. good luck in your search.

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    I'll put in another vote for trophy taker. They are a very solid, very reliable rest. I shoot the Trophy Taker full capture with the side load slot. Quiet and fail safe. I always keep a finger on the shaft so I never have problems with arrows bouncing around the cage. Just a learned habit from the days when there was no such thing as containment.
    "For its in these mountains that I long to be, where I can hear God whisper down the creek and through the trees. Just one sunset and I know you'd think the same. Watch your worries fade 'neath a rocky mountain rain."
    Obsession Bows Pro-staff. "Fuel the Obsession"

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    QAD...all day long

 

 

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