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Joe... 11-03-2004 11:34 AM

Best rest for fingers?
 
Can anyone who shoots fingers share with me what arrow rests you use, what ones you dislike or have had problems with, and what you'd recommend (other than switching to a release...)? Thanks.

Torsten 11-09-2004 07:24 AM

RE: Best rest for fingers?
 
Hi Joe, I have been shooting various kind of rests and favour NAP centerrest wich is simple to tune in and is easely replaced when it´s worned out, and you don´t have to worry about tuning when you replace the spare part. It´s cheap, reliable and it´s good quality.

(I shoot Renegade NTXL, with fingers, my drawlenth is 32 inches and it´s a great bow that i can recommend if you have a long drawlength and prefer shooting with fingers.)

mjqood0 11-09-2004 09:12 AM

RE: Best rest for fingers?
 
I used to shoot a whisker biscuit with fingers. Had no problems there.

Sniper151 11-12-2004 11:34 PM

RE: Best rest for fingers?
 
Joe, Look for a good magnetic rest and quality cushion plunger. I shoot an Oakie adjustable, magnetic rest. Another good one is a Terry. They have both fixed and adjustable models.
Good Hunting...;)

timbow2 12-09-2004 04:56 PM

RE: Best rest for fingers?
 
Joe,
The best rest I found for fingers is a cavalier freeflyte with a cavalier master lock plunger.
I tried just about every rest for fingers thats still available. from GKF to Bodoodle. to NAP. I f you have any questions about the ones I've tried feel free to contact me. a flipper plunger combo will give you the best in clearance and side tension adjustability.


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