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    Fall Away arrow rest

    Well guys Im stuck between a Ripcord Code Red fall away rest or the QAD Ultra Rest fall away wanting to try one but cant make up my mind on witch one to choose any input would be great Thanks

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    I shot the ripcord model before the code red and now have a QAD. I personally like aspects of both. I like the metal V (where the arrow sits) of the ripcord better than the plastic V the QAD has, but I like the QAD because it doesn't drop if you have to let your bow down. If I had to choose again, I'd go with the QAD again if it was between those two. I would also check into trophy taker rests. I almost bought one of those, but couldn't beat the deal on the QAD. I hear limb drivers from vapor trail are good, but I've never used one.
    Now therefore, please take your weapons, your quiver and your bow, and go out to the field and hunt game for me.
    Genesis 27:3 (NKJV)

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    I have ZERO experience with the code red but have run the QAD on my last two bows (Hoyt AM 32 & my new Hoyt CST) with very good results.

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    I've shot and owned both the rests you mentioned and wouldn't have a problem buying another one. The only difference is when you let down on the QAD it'll stay in the up position. You might also want too take a look at the AAE DOA rest.

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    I have ripcord code red on my hoyt factor & have not had any negative issues with it. It is a great rest! You can't go wrong with either!

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    no complaints with my QAD ultra rest.

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    QAD here and like mentioned above the rest stays up when you let down. That was the difference that lead me to get the QAD. Both are good rests.

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    Are you guys shooting the ultra rest that has the dampener built in or just the plain one?

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    Ultra rest here. very quiet.

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    don't let the low price tag on the revolution rest deter you. it is a solid, smooth rest which I have had zero problems with
    Live to hunt, hunt to live.

 

 

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