8.5 x 6.5 x 1.2 inches ; 3.2 ounces
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Buyer's Reviews 35

Easy to install, hold your arrow firmly, but gently. It worked very well.

0.32 ounces
8.8 x 7 x 3 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 293

I'm a fanatical archer. I did some 3D shooting and backyard competitions, but in fact the purpose of shooting was to better hunt. A few years ago, I switched from the original beard biscuit to the QAD drop arrow to rest because everyone was in the beard biscuit and claimed better accuracy and reliability of the decline. Well, I've had two examples of QAD failures (on one occasion, when I tried to qualify for special hunting, the broken plastic fell off the rope and made it useless.) The second time, I didn't know if it was cold, but it didn't fall off and kick my arrow. Anyway, this year I switched back to a beard cookie with a killing scene, which is the best hunting setting for me. By 35 yards, I can safely say that there is no actual reduction in accuracy; if I do my part, it will put five arrows at that distance on my 3 "target, and I am not a target shooter." From July to January, I might hang 50 arrows a week and put it away during the off-season. I hope this will help you make a decision. If you are a legitimate target shooter and have the ability to actually detect differences in team size by 1/4 inches, be sure to see a decline in quality. For me, cookies have great hunting accuracy, bulletproof and simple construction, and keep the arrow in position and quiet when walking or hanging on a bow.

8 x 5.2 x 2.8 inches ; 8 ounces
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I bought this break for my crazy CPX. The reason I chose this support over similar support is complete arrow control, safe, easy to set up, reliable, cool appearance, improved accuracy and speed (more than non-drop support). The price on Amazon is roughly the same as the low-end model you find elsewhere. QAD prunes the support differently, which is the largest of all. For me, the most admired feature is that their low-end models do not have side-to-side and vertical adjustments. This makes it easier to set your central shooting and rest height (which is a good thing if you are worried about your arrow going through the Berger hole). I also like the shape of the body, which allows you to fix the front of the body to the riser so that its direction is completely vertical (another function that the low-end model does not have). In the box, you will find. Description of Paper and DVD types 2. A free oil knife (a surprise for me) 3. If you need more windscreen clearance, you can use the partition and longer screws. Arrow rest5. Install hardware and cable clips 6. Tools 7. Touch cover 8. An extra arrow support fork with shallow grooves or arrows that you can observe by arranging the middle of your handle and the bowstring) is easy to set 1. Fix the rest on your riser 2. Adjust the rest height 3. Adjust to center shot 4. Clip the timing line to the bus cable.

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5.8 x 9.9 x 1.8 inches
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Buyer's Reviews 247

I bought this break for my son's Hoyt compound bow and feared some negative comments, but based on the manufacturer's other rest star comments, I made a leap of faith and bought this version. The installation and operation of the body is made of excellent materials and completed quality. The rest and capture bar is made of plastic, but it may be better to have a slight give. The rest of the illustrative DVD, is generally a simple installation. I am a gunman, but I have limited experience in archery, but I think some people have timing problems because of the incorrect connection between the release cable and the downlink cable. When fully stretched, it is important that the rest of the cable be fully stretched, not partially at rest, otherwise you will not drop the rest when you release it. The function of Drop Rest is perfect and can be dialed in with a little adjustment.

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Better than expected.

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7.8 x 5 x 2.2 inches
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Just bought a diamond SB-1, just before Christmas for two main reasons, there are some considerable inconsistencies, one is that the wrist strap is too tight, and then add this. Replaced the stock rest, this is a beard biscuit, it has three brushes. As soon as you install and dial in, you immediately find yourself stacking arrows at 20 yards. My weekly indoor pickup league score has risen from lower rankings to third and fourth places in the 20 + shooters, many of whom are experienced veterans. When I was in my game, it was a miracle that I didn't break an arrow. I don't have a rubber pad to protect your arrow if you don't rest in a curved position. Another note, I found, if you adjust the pull rope, the rest will automatically cock itself when the bow is pulled out. It's a great feature. I doubt I can add a better upgrade to my bow! The next step will be a tool-free adjustable pointing calibrator.

3.8 x 3.8 x 1 inches ; 0.32 ounces
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I have a long bow. I like to shoot with it. It's nothing fancy. There are no expensive gadgets, plug-ins, or gastrointestinal sprains to pull back. Just me, a bunch of arrows and a bow. Then I made a circle of arrows one by one. It's very simple. I think it's calm. Almost Zin likes the focus that begins to form after about the third or fourth arrow. I tried several different bow seats. A drop of rest, this is an endless adjustment and shatter peeling disaster. Bear rack; a piece of plastic, which I wore into a piece in a few weeks. So I didn't take a break for a while. And then I found another Bear Stearns product. Silence board. That'd be great. For me, it's a good choice. It's quiet. It's smooth. It won't make my arrow shake. It doesn't damage the arrow. This is what I'm going to use from now on.

6 x 3.2 x 1 inches ; 0.16 ounces
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For my Martin Jaguar recursion, I tried all kinds of arrow racks (plastic, tape magnetism, magnetism screwed with plungers, etc.). However, this arrow holder is the best I have ever used. This material feels very durable. The installation is simple, and you can easily fine-tune your center lens with this arrow holder. The metal fin arm has a plastic sleeve and several spare sleeves in the box. It also has several wool liners to stick to the cushion plunger. All this makes the bow super smooth and quiet! The arrow sits on the rest very stable and is released when cleared.

2.3 x 2.8 x 2.4 inches ; 8 ounces
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I've been filming this break for a year, despite my daughter's advice not to buy it (she works at an archery store and they hate it because they're hard to set up and adjust). Well, I don't need to set it up, and if that's the only complaint, it won't change my mind. It's good, it's reliable, it looks great, and it's a great bow in other ways. That is to say, I'm not sure I'll buy another QAD. Why would you do that? Well, the reason store technicians hate this is that if I fail in this area, I'll be S.O.L. At the time, the store recommended Hamskea,. I turned it down. Since then, my daughter has installed one on her bow, and I have never had a more consistent or closer team than I am now. The next time I need a rest, I'll take a closer look at Hanskiah.

5 x 3.6 x 0.5 inches ; 2.4 ounces
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It's a good break for anyone who doesn't want to pay about $35 for cup beard cookies. I got this rest because I thought it would be a little quieter than the WB, it would be easier on the UFO, and it would allow me to bow the most FPS. The fixing screw was a strangely sized Allen wrench, but my rest came with two wrenches, so I didn't have to look for one. This is not the easiest thing to do, but it adjusts well in professional stores. Do what it's supposed to do. Update: after about 1000 shots, it's still doing what it's supposed to do. It would be great to see the machined aluminum version of SAS, but it's done. There are no regrets here.

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