Ripcord Arrow Rests
Exclusive Arrow Containment System™ has a special arm that holds your arrow on the rest no matter what. HD Quiet Draw launcher arm cocks into the up position before you draw and stays there until you release the arrow. Fall-away design eliminates fletching contact. Machined-aluminum construction.
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 66 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by jp4 Good, but flawed This rest is very good, I just had one problem. I shoot with my cock vane up, and I use the 2" blazer vanes. My arrows were moving so fast that they were catching the plastic arm that keeps the arrow in place. It sheared the vane right off my arrow. Once I removed the arm from the rest, it worked perfectly. October 18, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by Devil Doc Great Rest I currently use this rest on my Hoyt Vectrix and I must say that it is a great piece of equipment for any bow hunter. The timing is absolutely perfect and the arrow flight is unhindered. If you shot Hoyt or any other bow I would recommend this product. August 28, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by sapper Best rest on the market This has to be one of the best drop away rest on the market. January 3, 2007
Rated 5 out of 5 by fourbybuilder easy set up This a great rest . A child could set it up and it works flawlessly . Holds your arrow as good as my old biscuit style rest with out damaging the fletch and slowing arrow speed . Add a little mole skin to your riser and it is whisper quiet . Buy it you will like it to. September 22, 2006
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A:Just need asorted allen wrenches. Need to level it with bow. This could be a little tricky. Replacing it from an existing rest can be hard to put in the same place as the last one. But any of them would do this I imagine.
A:It's pretty easy to install. There are some good you tube videos with hints. I setup mine according to the instructions included. It takes about 15 minutes to install. If the bow is tuned well, you should be able to fine tune the rest in minimal time, much quicker than old style rests. The one additional thing I do is tie above and below the football on the bow cable to keep it from slipping. Once setup, paper tune the bow just like with any other rest and then check and see if broadheads fly the same as your field points. The point of impact should be the same for both when everything is setup right.
Details:Ive read, and heard a lot about the qad being difficult on the admiral. I gave my wisker b away, and would like to go with drop away. I appreciate any info on the camo rest on admiral, or my best ave. Thanks
A:It might or might not. It is doesn't their customer service will suggest you remove parts till it does fit. A joke. Get a QAD or Vital Gear
A:Yes it will. The ripcord rest will fit almost any bow. I have one on my Switchback.
A:It might or might not. Won't fit my bow and when I contacted customer service they wanted me to remove parts to make it would which defeated why I bought it. I would get a QAD or Vital Gear if I were you
A:A friend of mine has one on his Destroyer. He turned me on to Ripcord.
A:I have not used it on a Reezen but I do have one on my Switchback and love it. Have had it on for about 8 years now.
Details:Will this rest work on a HOYT bow without rubbing the riser brace?
A:Yes this rest works great on hoyt bows. I had one on my maxxis last year and one on my CRX 35 this year. they work great
A:Yes it works on a Hoyt. I shoot a Hoyt and the instructions illustrate how to set it up specifically for Hoyt bows.
A:Mine rubs but I don't see any adverse affects because of it.
A:had one on my hoyt for two years now and never one bit of trouble
A:It fits on my Hoyt maxxis.
A:Yes, All I shoot is Hoyts and I have 2 of them both set up on Hoyts and they both perform flawlessly.