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    Quote Originally Posted by 8750 View Post
    What is the clencher for the Trophy Taker?
    Ease of installation. It's got a small clamp that goes on the bottom limb. The limb driver pro v goes to the top limb which is easy to install as well but it's a little noisy on the draw. It needs more felt around the arm.

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    I have a Ripcord Red on my new bow, which I like a lot. But my buddy put a QAD HD on his new bow and I think I like his a little better. Not enough to hassle with switching, but if I were to do it again I'd go with the QAD. With today's radical draw cycles it's really nice to be able to let down and have the rest stay up so your arrow doesn't go swinging off to the side in the heat of the moment.

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    QAD for me and i have had no issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigSurArcher View Post
    I have a Ripcord Red on my new bow, which I like a lot. But my buddy put a QAD HD on his new bow and I think I like his a little better. Not enough to hassle with switching, but if I were to do it again I'd go with the QAD. With today's radical draw cycles it's really nice to be able to let down and have the rest stay up so your arrow doesn't go swinging off to the side in the heat of the moment.
    X2. I've had both. Don't have the Ripcord anymore, just for this reason. I'm actually shooting a Trophy Ridge Revolution on my Destroyer. The only thing about the Revolution and low brace height bows, can't shoot more than a 3" fletch. The fletching will make contact with the rear arm the arrow is drawn.
    Eat Cow, Drill Oil, Rope Calves - Welcome to Alberta!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jenbickel View Post
    Vapor trail and I love it!!!
    I agree, VT is the best i have used, the easiest to setup and awsome people to deal with.

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    Ill give up all my hunting in Michigan for 2 weeks in the high country

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    I shot the trophy ridge dropzone for a while, no issues with it but i decided it was time for a change and put a trophy taker on my new insanity cp xl. Had to open up the gaurd around it a little but its working perfectly so far but thats just with field tips, havent had a chance to shoot broadheads out of it yet.

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    Just a Heads up different drop aways tune differently to different Bows. Which everone you go with just make sure it is set up correctly.. Because if it is not. It want do what it is made to do and that is being Forgiving.....

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    I tried the Trophy Ridge drop away and liked how quiet it was but i was horrible with any amount of wind. Put a ripcord on my new bow and love it.

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    love my trophy taker shakey Hunter. Looking into the down fc.

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    I'm thinking of putting on a Trophy Taker Smackdown fc on my new Prime Centroid. I'm looking at the one with the side load. Anybody with any experience with them?
    Eat Cow, Drill Oil, Rope Calves - Welcome to Alberta!

 

 

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