Entire launcher arm rotates 90º counter clockwise as arrow is released
Remains in complete containment until you release
Clears the arrow’s path in the blink of an eye with zero bounceback
Any size fletching gets full clearance with room to spare
100% new, 100% better! The entire launcher arm rotates 90º counter clockwise as the arrow is released; and it remains in complete containment until you release. It truly clears the arrow’s path in the blink of an eye with zero bounceback. Any size fletching gets full clearance with room to spare. Color: Black.
Rated 5 out of 5 by CrossRifles Hasn't failed me yet
I got this rest installed to replace my whisker biscuit. I always preferred the whisker biscuit over drop away for security. Had it installed on my PSE at a local bow shop. Shot it a few times before leaving to tuned it in. Since then I have shot it hundreds and hundreds of times. Never failed to clear the arrow, Doesn't accidentally spin if you cancel your draw. I've put a arrow in it and shaken it around a bunch of times for interested people at the range. I find it as secure as the whisker biscuit I loved with the advantages of a drop away. Seems to me if its installed right it works great. Only question now is if it will wear our out faster than a whisker biscuit. By the way I'm shooting Blazer style vanned arrows.
October 26, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by johnwreggs not for fast bows
Shooting a 82 nd airborne , bowtech, this could not drop fast enough, caught my arrows every time , no matter what I did to tune my bow to the rest .
October 13, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by Hoyt223 Clearance issues!!!!
I'm shooting a Hoyt trykon and the first issue I had was riser clearance. When I finally got it installed I found out that when your shooting blazer vanes it will not clear the rest no matter vane position. The vanes end up hitting the side, it's not that that rest releases to slow it just the over all design!
October 4, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by THOMASW1 Revolution
I purchased this rest to install on my Bow Tech Guardian.
It would not tune! Trophy Ridge said their first batch of rests didn’t provide enough adjustment side-to- side for some bows with thicker raisers. Additionally, if you try to force the rest out far enough by tapping on it, the rest may NOT release quick enough to clear the arrow. Trophy Ridge sent a replacement with a longer barrel that works perfect. Very quiet for the price.
Cliff note: If you can’t adjust your rest out far enough you may have one of the first rests made. Trophy Ridge will work with you.
September 17, 2011
It comes set for center shot on most bows. You just need to put it on, make sure it is straight. Get it as close to the arrow shelf as it can go. My bow, it was all the way forward. It says you need a press to serve it into the bus cable. But you can get away with serving it on it. Just make sure it is tight enough. Or you can use the clip type. I served mine on the bus cable. works fine. I had to make a slight side adjustment but that was all! Shoots great!
this is the ONLY thing I do not like about this rest. It should have been done with a Thumb Flipper. However it does not affect your shot. You can turn easy enough with out one. Once it is flipped you locked in. It is a little tighter on the arrow then a QAD. More like a W/B. Other then that issue, it is a GREAT rest! I shoot a Bowtech Invasion!
You have to turn it by hand. You can use your thumb and never have to release the grip on the bow handle and still keep the release on the string. Once you shoot the release rotates 90 degrees to provide clearance. Great product.
it is in vertical position until you draw it it sets into the full containment horizontal position. or you can knock your arrow and then turn it by hand for full containment until u let it rip...genius idea...just a bad rest...read my review
mine was on a reflex shooting about 312fps and it was not fast enough to clear every time. ended up breaking some arrows and then the arm broke on the rest fairly quickly. i suggest trying one and if it doesnt work return it.