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I shot a bo-doodle on my old PSE nova and it was a great rest. Easy to tune and rugged. I really liked that rest but parted way when I sold that bow. My only negative comment would be if you are a shaky person during draw or hold it is not the rest for you.
When I purchased my new bow I put a quicktune 1000 on it and it shot fine but, I could never quite dial it in as tight as I like too shoot, or as tight as I know I can shoot. After trying everything else I replaced the rest and the problem went away. I currently shoot a ripcord drop away and love it. It is accurate and dependable and contains my arrow for situations that it is needed.

Short and sweet I would reccomend the bodoodle or the ripcord. Hope this helps.
 

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A number of different drop-aways to choose from, I have a NAP on one bow, and a Trophy Taker on the other. Both are good rests. Drop-aways are easy to tune and are far and away better for accuracy than a bisket or 'traditional' release rest. No fletch/rest issues.

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Limb driver is one of the top notch, I realy like the drop away that is tailored for a Mathews and I realllllllly like the drop away that is tailored for the hoyt, my old, built like a truck and never fail was the Trophy taker, all drop aways. I have shot a blade in competition, but why? Drop aways (tuned properly) are the best rests out there.

A word on the wisker b. They have many great features, but the variences that can take place because of them have to much variety in a sport that consistency is a main ingredient. I have never been out shot by a wisker bis(I honestly don't even know how to spell it)cket quet kit hit.
 

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Come on Trish.... you don't like the thump, the swish and the tears on your vanes?? No vampiress.... not veins... vanes, like on your arrows. :lol: I want to go to a dropaway also but I figure I better just get steady on my draw so I'm not dropping and releasing arrows into my foot before I switch. :wink:
 

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So are ya'll using releases or what? I just use my fingers (for releasing the string that is) and I like the Centerrest Flipper on my compound.
 

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I've been shooting a rip cord for the last 7 months or so. I kept the whisker bicuit on my other bow and I definitely like the drop away better.

Bikitz is good, drop aways is mo betta.
 
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