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FlAllyGuy 03-02-2008 07:39 AM

Rest for Allegiance
 
Hi All. New guy here. I am new to the world of archery. I have a few good friends that are really helping me out but I would like a little moe input. I have a w/b on my bow now and was thinking of going to a drop away. Any suggestions? Was leaning towards a Muzzy Zero Effect. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

BruceW63 03-02-2008 08:10 AM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
Welcome to the sport!

I've just become a convert to the Limb Driver rest by Vapor Trail. I like the underlying concept of keeping the arrow supported as long as possible (all but the last 6 or so inches, if it gets set up right).

MOhunter46 03-02-2008 08:56 AM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
I 2nd the Limb Driver

Rob/PA Bowyer 03-02-2008 09:14 AM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
Greg / MO did a fantastic write up on the Muzzy Zero, he like I and others would also recommend the Limbdriver, I have it on several bows. I do however also have the TT Pronghorn on my Ally, it's been flawless. Lots of great choices and a great time to be getting into archery. Welcome.

MeanV2 03-02-2008 01:02 PM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
I had Limb Drivers on my last 2 Allegiances. As far as Dropaway rests go they are pretty much at the top of the heap. If Full containment is your thing the Hostage Pro should be available later this month.

Dan

davepjr71 03-02-2008 05:10 PM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
QAD also makes a good rest. Very simple to set up and holds the arrow in a ready postion until you draw so there is no worry of the arrow accidently falling off the rest.

FlAllyGuy 03-02-2008 05:24 PM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
Sounds like the Limb Driver just might be the way to go. I also think my local little backwoods bow shop just might have them on his rack, good part about that is I won't have to wait to get it in the mail. Thanks for all the help guys, I look forward to chatting with you guys on other topics.

arrowum 03-02-2008 07:12 PM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
just bought an 08 alley and put a drop zone on it. WORKS GREAT this is my first drop away .. IAM USING BLAZERS.

whitetailbowhunter 03-02-2008 07:46 PM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
I 3rd the Limbdriver

Greg / MO 03-02-2008 07:55 PM

RE: Rest for Allegiance
 
Here's the review of the Zero Effect Rob alluded to... http://www.huntingnet.com/forum/tm.aspx?m=1687790&mpage=1&key=muzzy%2czero %2ceffect&#1687790

I'm actually ordering another Allegiance this year just so I can use my favorite rest on it...Well, not JUST... but it is one of the reasons! :)


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