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Trophy Ridge Quick Shot Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest

   

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Composite-encased biscuit is 150% stronger than previous models. The Trophy Ridge® Quick Shot Whisker Biscuit® features windage adjustment, reference marks, and custom rubber boots that silence arrow loading. Universal right- or left-hand design.

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Best Rest! If you want complete containment, quiet draws, and a rock solid rest, then you want the New Dead Shot Whisker Biscuit. It also is one of if not the easiest rest to tune. Just put it on, square it up left to right and you will be shooting straighter than you ever had! August 26, 2009
good arrow rest when I bought my new bow ( Bear archery Lights Out), i got this rest and i am completely satisfied with this product. i looked at the octane rests and i heard that the brushes wore out fast. I shoot at least 4 times a week and it has not shown signs of wearing out. I love this product because your arrow will not go anywhere you can be sure your arrow is going to stay in place. May 23, 2010
Cost me the buck of a lifetime Here he came a 160 class 8 point. He was slowly making his way and when he walked behind some brush I drew back buck the whisker biscuit failed me, when I drew back it made a noise and the buck immediately looked up and walked the other way. Never will I ever but another trophy Ridge product. November 22, 2014
Solved all my problems My Barnett Vortex compound bow would not consistently put an arrow into a target. Since I replaced the original arrow rest with the Trophy Ridge I have been consistently shooting tight groups at 45 yards. I would highly recommend this arrow rest for any bow. Also, it holds the arrow in place very well when stalking game. October 29, 2014
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Small. 1820 arrows are 18/64 or .281" in diameter. The small biscuit is .300 which should allow adequate clearance. However, it wouldn't hurt to go up one size to medium
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Those arrows should be fine with whisker biscuits. That's one of the great things about them, they are so versatile and allow you to use just about any type of arrow with them.
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Try the Medium Size for 18XX Aluminum Arrows per chart below.

Biscuit Sizes:
Small (0.300” inner) for Arrow Sizes: Trophy Ridge, ACC, Outsert Carbon, Axis 17XX or smaller Aluminum.
Med (0.320” inner) for Arrow Sizes: Internal component Carbon, 19XX or Smaller Aluminum.
LRG (0.395” inner) for Arrow Sizes: 23XX or smaller Aluminum.
http://www.trophyridge.com/arrow-rests/whisker-biscuit/

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Yes, this is a universal Arrow Rest designed for use with left and right hand bows. Thanks!
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Yes, this is a universal Arrow Rest designed for use with left and right hand bows. Thanks!
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yes as a matter of fact that is what i got on my craze
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Yes, my son has one on his Mission Craze.
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Yes it will.
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Useing a bow square how do you set it up in the whisker to find the correct position on the string for the knock to be placed?
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slide it through the biscuit like an arrow and set your nocking point at zero, then you have to paper tune to adjust windage.
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Yes. I use it for fishing, also.
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Yes it will work great because you wont have to worry about the arrow falling of the rest during quick shots at fish.
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Work with Low Draw Weight?

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I have a fuse bow for my 5 year old, she is pulling about 10 lbs....will this drag the arrow down to a slower speed...I'm worried because off the rest she doesn't ahve a ton of speed as it is. thanks in advance for any help.
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Their web site says it will only slow the arrow by 1 FPS. I do not know how accurate that is.
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Don't worry, it won't slow the arrow down. Get this its a very good rest.
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this is a great rest for a kid. both of my kids have them on their bows and seem to work great
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It really shouldn't make much difference.
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my wife has a 50 pound draw weight bow and it doesnt effect hers at all i would have to say the whisker buscuit would work just fine, and its a great investment.
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nope it dosent and the guy said it keeps the arrow stable in the air
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If I were you i would not use this product on a bow that is shooting that little of draw weight. Because she is not going to be doing any hunting it might be smart to get her a rest that just has the two prongs like the (New Archery Products® QuikTune® 1000 Arrow Rest) with this rest it probably wont "stop" the arrow as much as the whisker biscuit will.
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It should fit any bow.
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pse triton pro series with overdraw about 3-4 years old
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It's not the bow, but the arrow diameter that matters. That info is on the back of the package.
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it depends on what kind of arrows you shoot.aluminum arrows use a large and carbon arrows use a medium.
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It depends on the type Arrow your shooting.
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it depends on what size your arrow is i shoot a medium with beman ics 400 there is a little bit of play but doesent seem to effect the performance any i still get inch groups. my bow is a parker hunter mag that ive had for about 7 years whisker biscuit has been on there for about 5
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the size isnt for the bow its for the arrow you shoot just match your arrow up
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Replacing the biscuit

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How do you replace the buscuits on these and can you use the older style buscuits?
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this is a very simple task, just loosen the two allen screws at the base where the buscuit goes in and the buscuit comes right out. i highly recomend buying the new buscuit replacements.
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don't know if you can used older style or not but replacing them takes all of 3 minutes. Unscrew allen key and remove whisker and vice versa
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you'd have to get another biscut. you can attach an older style as long as the bow has a place for it
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