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    Its a Rip Cord rest.

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    Quote Originally Posted by packer58 View Post
    If your fall away rest is not timed properly you will have fletch contact. You didn't mention what type of rest your running, but typically you want the rest "if cable driven" to come to the fully cocked position in the last inch or two of your draw. If the rest comes up to soon your arrow will ride the rest to long and it can't get out of the way of the fletching fast enough.
    Exactly what he said. The last part of your draw is when your rest should rise to "cocked" position.

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