RE: Question on fixing a broken rest.
One eye- First a couple of thoughts.the plastic that your rest was made of was most likely very old and brittle,you should make sure that your nock-point is properly placed so as not to put undue stress on your rest(ie: with a bow square-1/8" to 3/16" above center) also you must make sure that your arrows are correctly spined for your bow,as the wrong spined arrow can do all kinds of werd stuff when it is released.Fixing your problem it the easiest of all,there are all kinds of stick-on rests around and they will most likely work much better than the rest that you had on there. I can recommend several that I know are good, having used them extensively myself, one is the flipper rest,and the other is the old hoyt pro rest,there are several new types of the hoyt out(Black widow makes a new stainless steel verson that is great and sells for 5 or 6 dollars you might be able to order it right off their websight)if you shoot left handed you'll have to get a left hand rest. Hope this helps you some. Cam <img src=icon_smile_cool.gif border=0 align=middle>