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PostSubject: Newly registered in OH   Sun Jan 08, 2012 6:28 pm

Hey all
I've shot FOBs for a few months now but I want to get a different rest so I joined to start my obsessive research.

Cheers from the Miami Valley
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PostSubject: Re: Newly registered in OH   Sun Jan 08, 2012 7:34 pm

welcome aboard. Good to have you here

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PostSubject: Re: Newly registered in OH   Sun Jan 08, 2012 8:47 pm

jsa wrote:
Hey all
I've shot FOBs for a few months now but I want to get a different rest so I joined to start my obsessive research.

Cheers from the Miami Valley

Welcome to the Nation do you mind me asking which rest you are using and which one you want???

I have two nephews that live in OH one in Washington's Courthouse and the other is in German Village. What dart sling are you using? I hope you find everything you are looking for here.

We have just switched over from Team Starrflight to Archery Nation and Fryguy has done a great job Thanks FG.

We are now a general archery site but we still have a FOB sub forum. We are still more than happy to talk FOB's all day long though.

Will

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PostSubject: Re: Newly registered in OH   Mon Jan 09, 2012 9:05 am

I bought a loaded Mathews Switchback XT two years ago. It came with a NAP quicktune, not sure which one. It has done the job so far but I want to change to a rest that offers containment. Right now that's my only criteria (fall away is a given - I'm shooting FOBs...) The one opportunity I had to draw on a deer this year the arrow fell off midway through my draw. Frustrating to say the least

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PostSubject: Re: Newly registered in OH   Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:01 am

jsa wrote:
I bought a loaded Mathews Switchback XT two years ago. It came with a NAP quicktune, not sure which one. It has done the job so far but I want to change to a rest that offers containment. Right now that's my only criteria (fall away is a given - I'm shooting FOBs...) The one opportunity I had to draw on a deer this year the arrow fell off midway through my draw. Frustrating to say the least


Not a bad setup how do you like the Switchedback XT? I have the Apache and it is a great rest. I have added a post here on the new Carbon Apache rest. But there are so many great rests out there we have some shooting the NAP Sizzor rest and now they make the Armor rest which is the rubberized Sizzor rest.

Then you have the Ripcord Code Red then the QAD lineup the Limbdriver Pro V The new Trophy Taker Smackdown Pro. This is just the tip of the iceberg. I really don't think you could make a bad choice. Just do your homework and shoot what you like and can afford.

I can sympathize with you on that missed opportunity it will definitely not be your last but this is life right. LOL

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PostSubject: Re: Newly registered in OH   Wed Jan 11, 2012 12:34 pm

Welcome here from another new guy. I have the Trophy Ridge Revolution on my Mauler. I have not yet set it up and I look forward to doing so.
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PostSubject: Re: Newly registered in OH   Wed Jan 18, 2012 9:36 pm

Welcome jsa! I have been using the NAP Apache (metal) for a couple months now. It works great for me. The Trophy Ridge Revolution looks pretty cool too though. You've got plenty of good options available now for capture rests.
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PostSubject: Re: Newly registered in OH   Thu Jan 19, 2012 11:48 am

My TR Revolution Rest is working like a champ. It installed, adjusted and fired flawlessly in about five minutes. I now have a Rest Rocket on it but have yet to shoot it.
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