Q.A.D. Ultra Rest Hunter Arrow Rest
I won this rest in an archery league through work, i was shooting the biscuit, i figured i try the drop away. and i'm glad i did, my groups are the same, maybe a lil tighter, but when it comes to broadheads there is little to no adjustments needed. and for hunting you cant get better forgiveness, try it you'll like
-3 NY bucks dropped with this rest
August 13, 2011
Seems like a solid choice
I was looking to upgrade from a fall-away rest to a captive rest, and the BassPro archery guy recommended this as a good choice.
I bought it, he installed it, set it up, and stood with me in their shooting lanes until I had it dialed in..... (EXCELLENT customer service!)
Easy to use, seems well made, and the "flip-up" capture mechanism is a nice design that holds the knocked arrow securely but drops away quickly on the shot.
CAVEAT: I think you need to have this installed by a competent professional, unless you are experienced yourself and have the proper tools - the D loop and brass button had to be moved on my bow, and the bow needs to be leveled in a jig to install it properly.
June 21, 2013
I switched from a whisker to this drop away rest and put it on my new bow (Mathews Drenlin) , the bow tuned great, shoots great and works flawlessly. I'm getting older and dropped down to a 60# bow , shooting at 60# with a lighter arrow. My initial concern was finding a rest to use for hunting where the arrow cannot come off the rest, I still love the biscuit but love this more!!!
March 17, 2008
Drop away hunting rest!
I used this rest last season and killed two deer from a tree stand. The rest worked flawlessly held the arrow securely until the moment of truth. I used it on a PSE Quantum bow that I purchased years ago at Bass Pro. The bow is not exactly a slow bow and I had no problem with the rest dropping away in time to clear the vanes. The rest is very reasonably priced and I plan to outfit my other backup Quantums with it. It does make a slight click on release, but by that time the arrow is usually through the deer. This slight sound did not seem to bother the deer nearly as much as the Wasp (expandable broadhead) did when it passed through them.
January 29, 2010