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    I have a Ripcode Code Red on my Z7 and a Trophy Taker Shakey Hunter on my Switchback. I like both rests but prefer the ripcord because I can lock it up before drawing. Both very nice rests.

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    I love my rip cord.no issues of not dropping or freezing in cold temps. And built right here in belgrade Montana. cant beat that.

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    I also have a Rip Cord Code Red on my bow and my wife's bow with no issues at all.

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    I have a QUAD ultra rest and I love it. Only thing I would change on it is to have bigger forks for using taller vanes.
    People in SUV's and suburbs will kill more game animals than a man with a bow, ever could.

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    seams like everybody is into the dropaway style rests lately i have never used one I have a wisker biskit on my bow was wondering what the main advantages to the drop away style rests would be ? I would think that with no moving paarts on a wisker biskit style that more people would favor them, just wondering

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    I switched from a whisker biskit to a ripcord many years ago. There is no vane contact, and for long range shooting I seam to get alot tighter groups
    Shoot STR8

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    I went with the ripcord, and i love it so far. thanks for all the great advice.

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    You can't go wrong with either the QAD HD Pro or Ripcord IMO. I have the FUSE QAD HD PRO on my Element. I like the QAD since you can let down and don't have to worry about the arrow hitting your riser.

 

 

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