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PostSubject: Trophy Ridge Revolution Rest   Fri Jun 03, 2011 10:17 am

So after 20 years since my last bow purchase I finally threw down a pile of frogskins and picked up the Mathews Z7 Extreme. I like the concept of full containment rest but did not want the wisker bisket. Maybe I am a sucker for new gadgets. If not I would not be here right? But with a little mole skin to quiet down the machined aluminum, it is a great little gadget at that. Super easy to set up and adjust. It keeps my arrow held tight for those treestand positions and movements that could blow the days hunt due to that banging arrow.

In my archery hunting spot it can be so quiet that I have had deer hear my hear beating it's way out of my chest. Absolute Quiet is key for me. Yep after 30+ years of hunting Whitetails I still get that excited at times. Aint it grand? What else do you do after 30 years that still gets the old pump crankin?

To me this is the first fall away rest I have seen that delivers what the Wisker Bisket does. Hold tight, level and quiet. But without any type of contact to your arrow. And they work with FOBs!!!!!

It is one extra step each shot to close the Revolution but now it is just part of the routine. I was grouping tight at 20 yards before I left the shop day 1. Now at 30 and 40 yds I am going back in the house with a smile on my face every time.

I grew up bow hunting in Northern Wisconsin and now that the kids are off to college, I see more time in the stand coming my way. I will sure miss Friday night football games but with the Revolution and my new Mathews it will be a little easier to make the transition back to avid archery.
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