Ripcord Arrow Rests
I have used many arrow rests over the years, but this has to be the best rest yet. I recently have used the alpine drop away and the whisker biscuit and was dissapointed with the alpine. the ripcord code red is quiet, accurate, and easy to set up. the only thing they could do any better would be to make it stay up on letdown. but im not complaining.
March 12, 2011
I used this rest over the course of this deer season. Did not disappoint.
Provides plenty of clearance, is quiet, and is very reliable. You can see the rest on my bow in the attached photo of the first buck I shot using this rest. He's not huge, but I was proud of him. He was my first buck with my new bow set up. Can also see it hanging in a tree at the ready.
As you can see in the photos I do not use the little arm that goes over the top. I don't really see why it's needed. Not having it on there increases the speed at which I can load a second arrow if a follow up shot is needed.
Not much else to say. This is a great rest. Buy one.
March 3, 2011
Used to have the whisker biscuit but it was so hard on my practice arrow fletchings that the flethchings would be tore off after repeatedly passing though the whisker biscuit. So I switch to the ripcord arrow rest and have not had a problem with my fletchings for the last two seasons. I really think this arrow rest has helped my accuracy too. Great product!
January 29, 2011
Good rest for slower bows
Worked great on my old PSE Pulsar Express. Won't get out of the way of my Hoyt Maxxis. Arrow holder broke on my first hunt. Plastic not metal.
January 17, 2011