I have one and while is does a great job of NOT damaging your fletchings. The brushes do wear much faster than I expected. They wear to the tune of needing replacing after about 300 shots. I have heard that Bowtech is working on stiffer brushes. So I will keep mine and wait for the new brushes. But, for now I have switched to the new Sizzor rest by NAP. This rest seems to be great but my limb has cracked on my Gander Tec Hunter Elite so my testing has been on hold now for about a week. Still waiting on Bowtech for the limbs.
I grabbed one the min. they came out, and am I happy. may upgrade to the pro. it offers adjustable brushes. Go to www.huntersfriend.com and look about halfway down the page and see the artical called was the W.B. met its match? It helped me make my choice. And good luck!
12 Insanity CPX LH
08 Alligence LH
06 Liberty LH
95 XI Legend Magnum
80 Indian WarHawk LH
64 Bear Kodiak LH
Yeah I kept em' all
New to bowhunting in '76
I shoot Axis arrows with no problems of the arrow slipping through. That is with fresh brushes mind you. With worn brushes it will fall through, but it still requires a little push to do it. I really like the rest, I am just wanting some stiffer brushes so they will last a bit longer before needing replacing.
im using the NAP 360 right now which is bascially the hostage.. I thought about getting a biscuit, but again shoot error will throw that off more than on the hostage or NAP 360. The only thing I hate about the 360 is that the bottom peice of the rest doesnt exact sit flush with the arrow. I believe my brushes might be worn also on that model.
But from what I can tell, its super easy to tune and doesnt effect arrow flight any!