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Whisker Biscuit vs. Drop Zone

Old 09-27-2004, 11:37 AM
Join Date: Jul 2004
Location: Idaho
Posts: 42
Default RE: Whisker Biscuit vs. Drop Zone

I have a DZ, it is the Guide Series and is a little overkill, haven't used the micro-adjust yet, I can't comment on the harmonic dampeners I have them but do they work? Only a computer can figure that out in my opinion. The shop didn't have the Hunter Series so I got the Guide. The shop set it up perfectly. I don't hunt from a stand, I don't shoot 3-D, I hunt terrain varying from high desert to deep timber. I have busted through some of the gnarliest spring fed alder brush when there wasn't any other way through. I have walked through thick buck brush as well and I haven't had any of the problems that Pinwheel described above. I have stalked with an arrow nocked and had no problems with the arrow becoming displaced. The DZ is working for me IN THE FIELD as my hunting rest. Now as far as my killing rest, that is another story for another thread[&o]
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