Quality Archery Designs Ultra-Rest HDX Drop-Away Arrow Rests
Doesn't Fit PSE Stinger 3G
I was really upset about this. I purchased this rest a while ago for my Mathew's Z7 and had to sell it to pay for college. Ended up buying a PSE Stinger 3G and then bought this rest. I tried to put in on myself and couldn't get it to fit, I went to a dealer (who has been working on bows for 35+ years) and he called me back saying that he couldn't get it to fit at all. Really sad that the rest I trust cannot be used...Just a heads up.
September 25, 2012
Well worth the money
I decided to take my bow in for a tune up, got new strings etc... Also in the market for a new drop away, well, the guy at the counter talked me into this one in no time at all. I decided to impulse buy. Well, I am glad I did. I have def. increase my accuresy by two folds. I had good groupings now i have great groupings and no signs of it hitting the rest upon release. Def. worth the money!
September 3, 2012
Definitely a must!
After reading the other reviews and a little research, found this rest to be the perfect addition to my bow. If you follow the instructions you can correct the flaws you experience. The felt does peel up, but by turning the cock feather up (as mfr suggests) it eliminated the problem. Easy to adjust for center shot. Just take your time and follow instructions!
September 28, 2011
QAD drop away rest
I am using the QAD arrow rest on my Ross Crave DRT, and what a combination! My wife has imposed a rule, I can now shot only one arrow per target; those Robin Hood's are too expensive. I have used a QAD on my last three bows without a single fault. The drop away is the way to go, easier to tune, and less parasitic drag (lost arrow speed).
September 30, 2012