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    Good rests. Some problems if you shoot tall fletchings. The total capture rests they make have a low bar for some set ups.
    People in SUV's and suburbs will kill more game animals than a man with a bow, ever could.

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    Email sent MT.MAN

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    I have been using the ripcord for many years(older model) and love it. A couple of issues I had was it was loud during the draw, but I fixed that with a little moleskin. I belive that comes standard now. I never really gave it too much thought, but now that I'm reading these posts it is a little annoying when you let off and the rest comes down. I should say I've never lost an animal do to this, but it's just one more thing to think about. For what ever its worth, I would recomend the ripcord. "hunt like your hungry"

 

 

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