Trophy Ridge Whisker Biscuit Kill Shot Arrow Rests
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By now, most archers know that the Trophy Ridge® Whisker Biscuit® is the world’s most used arrowrest— and for good reason. It offers 100% full arrow containment, giving hunters worldwide confidence at the moment of truth. It doesn’t compromise accuracy, doesn’t slow your arrow by any significant margin, and it works in any weather. It may not be the prettiest or the most expensive arrowrest, and it may not have a lot of fancy moving parts; but it puts trophies on the wall and meat on the table.
The Kill Shot Whisker Biscuit® features 100% containment, ease of set-up, and is now fully adjustable for perfectly tuned shots! Composite-encased biscuit design is 150% stronger than previous models. Features windage/elevation adjustment with reference marks and custom rubber boots for completely silent arrow loading. For right- or left-hand bows.
Manufacturer model #: AWB500.
- Fully adjustable for perfectly tuned shots
- 100% full arrow containment
- Ease of set-up
- Composite-encased biscuit design is 150% stronger than previous models
- Windage/elevation adjustment with reference marks
- Custom rubber boots for completely silent arrow loading
- For right- or left-hand bows
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by wareagle6708 Best for the $$$
For anyone starting off bowhunting, or someone looking for a cheap dependable rest, this is the best you can buy. I recommend shooting 2" veins through it rather at 4". The shorter veins hold up much better and are more accurate.
November 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BearMauler Only one problem with this rest.
I have been shooting a bow for only two years now, before I took up archery I was Military for 10 years. Someone once told me when I first started thinking about Bow hunting that "if you can shoot an gun, you can shoot a bow". True statement however it does take some getting used to. I have had no issues with my grouings because of a WB, with controlled breathing and proper eye relief on your peep you can split arrows from 20+ yards easy. I've split four arrows this year already and my wife is getting upset because of the added cost to replace arrows to an already expensive hobby....
I'm sure there are pros to having a DA rest and one day I will probably give it a shot # maybe when I get a second bow but anyone saying you cant get tight grouping swith a WB may want to work on the princibles of marksmanship, follow those to a T and Practice, practice , practice. your funds will be dwindling from replacement costs of arrows in no time. I have never had an arrow come out of this rest while walking in the bush niether, the arrow is alway where it needs to be when I need to draw back. Ask my opinion WB vs DA rest is about the differance between apple and pumpkin pie, both are good, you just need to pick a flavour.
October 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CLMD Much better than I expected
I had never thought much of this rest, but, I had also never given it a fair try. Looking for something new, and loving to tinker with archery gadgets, I picked up this rest and put it on my backup bow.
I was very impressed with the quality and ease of setup. The bow tuned in no time, and I was shooting tight groups, (touching arrows at 25 yards) with both field points and broadheads, on my first few shots. The rest made no perceptable noise, and did not damage my wraps or blazer vanes after many shots later.
December 16, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mathews192 Mediocre
Good luck tuning this thing in. Arrows go everywhere! Only benefit I can see so far is the simplicity, but be prepared for less than stellar groupings.
September 2, 2011
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