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PostSubject: NAP Sizzor Rest set up   Sun Jan 02, 2011 12:42 pm

I have to say when I first saw this rest I thought it was going to be a "FOB extraction device". Was I surprised.

This rest is a different animal for sure. One of the more friendly full containment rests I have tested.

I set up the rest per manufactures instructions. I liked the fact that the instructions were detailed and explained why certain adjustments were critical.

After attaching the rest I set up the center shot and elevation. The instructions recommend to tie the pull cord 5-6 inches below the cable guard. Just the way I like! With all the rest I have tested, I like to tie the pull cord about level with the bottom of the grip/handle. That just so happens to be about 5-6 inches below the cable guard. Hurray for NAP!

The most critical adjustment I found on the rest is the hammer. The hammer actuates the rest. It looks somewhat like a hammer mechanism on a gun. The hammer at full draw needs to be at least pulled back to the center line to deliver enough force to release the spring set and open the rest.

I set the timing so at full draw - 1 inch of creep, the hammer was pulled back to the center. This way if you get a little creep, the hammer still has enough force to open the rest.

The rest took about 15 minutes to install. I shot a bare shat arrow a few times just to make sure the hammer was striking with enough force to open the rest. Then I purposely "creeped" about 1 inch and shot again. Put a FOB on the back and let her fly. Works like a charm!

The Sizzor rest is a 100% full captivation rest which offers full vane (or FOB) clearance. It also allows you to slowly let down and keep the arrow held. I also like the fact that they can not spell either! They misspelled sizzor (should be scissor) and I misspelled Starr (should be Star)

As with any rest, set up and timing is everything. I hope this write is informative and usefull.

Paul Morris

Pull Cord placement

Hammer position at full draw (minimum level with center of rest)

Arrow hold position

Sizzor rest in open position

Clearance (Tons!)
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