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New Archery Products Apache Drop-Away Arrow Rest

   

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Full-containment rest pairs a quick drop with 360º sound dampening for whisper-quiet operation. New Archery Products® Apache™ features a tool-less adjustment knobs allow quick, easy adjustment in the field; laser-etched graduations make fine tuning easy. Color: Black.

  • Full-containment rest pairs a quick drop with 360º sound dampening for whisper-quiet operation
  • Tool-less adjustment knobs allow quick, easy adjustment in the field
  • Laser-etched graduations make fine tuning easy
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scariest purchase ever i recently purchased the nap apache drop away rest and put it on a bear attack bow . I've shot a muzzy drop away on all my previous bows , and decided to change it up this year and that was scary because i had nothing but good luck with the muzzy. I must say so far its the best thing i couldve done ihad the rest on and paper tuned within a matter of 30 min.it took 8 shots to get it dialed in the toolless adjustments is the ticket. the only downfall is reloading but we'll see come this hunting season how many times i get to reload on a deer July 27, 2010
Won't fit Hoyt Bow I have always liked NAP products, but this one was a disappointment. I couldn’t mount the rest on my Hoyt bow without grinding down the edges. I after I did get it mounted I couldn’t raise the arrow support high enough, so I had to tilt the rest up to get the proper arrow height. The arrow support is very wide which restricts how much you can adjust the center shot without the support touching the inside of the containment area. The fall away action does not have bearings, and seems slow and inconsistent compared with a NAP Smartrest. I couldn’t return it since I already modified it. I am switching to a Trophy Taker rest. March 15, 2011
Niiice rest. With the purchase of my new bow i had been looking at online reviews and videos for this rest. My new Martin Exile came with a Mantis arrow rest, which was a little poor in quality. i went to my local proshop to look around at some rests and stabalizer, and i came across this rest. after all i had seen about it i figured it was worth the money. and i was correct. the shop installed it and i went home to try it out. With the mantis i was lucky to get a 4 inch group at 20 yards. But with the new apache im getting 2-4 inch groupes at 40. and this thing is quiet! the only thing that went wrong with me was losing one of the pens for tuning, but thats my own dumb fault. August 15, 2011
BEST ACCESSERY FOR NEW AND OLD SHOOTERS ALIKE I bought this rest off the manufacture's website because it was offered in camo, which I prefer. When it arrived, I brought it in to Triggers&Bows to have it attached. Brought it home and put maybe 20 shots through it. WOW, super quite and accurate. Only thing is it requires you to have perfect grip as to not torque the arrow. Very good thing though, as it will make you more accurate. this makes it perfect for new shooters who are developing their form, I was shooting a whisker bis biscuit and am sooo happy that I bought this. my groups have shrunk and my bow has quieted down a lot. once again, BEST ACCESSORY EVER!! February 9, 2013
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I have recently purchased the Apache arrow rest and tried to put it on my bow and to me it doesn't seem like it fits properly but I could be wrong though but I really want to use this arrow rest because I heard nothing but great things about it if you could please message me back and let me know that I didn't waste money that would be great Ahahah thank you
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Yes. Per NAP this rest does work. However, you will need the Carbon Apache to fit properly. Thank you.
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does it work well or should i get the apache micro..
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get a QAD....less clutter!
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I like it very much. I have it on an Invasion. I think the Apache to big.
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It should just make sure the cables arent in the way
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It definitely should
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It most definitely should
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The drop away has a cord that is served into a compound bow's cable to raise it when drawn. I cannot see how you would usethis on a recurve
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The small set screw or grub screw how will it help support the unit if using the additional plastic back plate?

This screw does not have enough thread length to hold the unit, pass through the back plate & secure into the riser. Or am I missing somthing?
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I had this screw break on me on the first pull on one of my bows. I contacted the company and let them know what happened and they were very quick on sending me a replacement. If you want to replace it yourself. Go to a DIY store and get a peice of all thread the same size at a lenghth you desire and make it happen. Being as you are located in the UK the second option is probably the quickest for you and not very expencive. This is a good rest
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I am assuming it is already installed on the bow. In that case yes. The only issue is that some bows can not fit the Apache rest. I shot the Apache with my Monster 6 and ST Axis arrows with no issues. It is plenty fast falling out of the way.
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yes, I have one on my black ice
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this rest should fit any thing except some Hoyt.
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Will the arrow enclosure get in the way of the riser on a Hoyt?
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The rest works fine with Hoyts. i have this rest on mine right now
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there suppose to work on most hoyt tecrisers
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Depends on the Hoyt bow... it works for some and not for others.
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It seemed ok on my maxxis.
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I am getting new arrows and broadheads and am decideing to give fobs a shot.
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Yes they will, this rest is designed to shoot any kind of steering device. make sure that the launcher arm clears the shaft before the Fob's get there and make sure that you sight is high enough to allow them to pass underneath it
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this will have plenty of clearence for fobs
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go for it ! got about 60 shots in now works great no clearance issues with that big scary hood! LOL
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I have not tried shooting FOB's on this rest but i dont see a problem with it. The cage around the rest is plenty big enough for FOB's to fly though and the rest has no fletching contact on my elite judge. I would think it would work fine for FOB's.
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