Top Arrow Rests For The Whitetail Bowhunter

Top Arrow Rests For The Whitetail Bowhunter

There seems to be no end to the technological advances being made in the world of archery equipment...

There seems to be no end to the technological advances being made in the world of archery equipment. Every piece of gear is being improved, made lighter, stronger and more efficient, all to the delight of the bowhunters who use that equipment. Despite these advances, archery hunting remains a primitive endeavor that requires effort, practice and dedication. That's the way it should be, but it doesn't mean we can't use the latest, greatest equipment. The following is a glimpse of the possibilities.



OCTANE
Octane's Hostage Pro arrow rest is a full containment rest with adjustable brushes so it adapts to any arrow shaft. The vertical and horizontal adjustments are precision tunable. Call 877-447-0293, or visit www.fuelthehunt.com.

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RIPCORD
The Ripcord Code Red has a new Internal Brake System to prevent bounce-back and a new Slimline launcher with soft, red over-molding to silence your arrow and eliminate the need for moleskin. Call 406-683-0100 or visit www.ripcordarrowrest.com.

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NAP
The newest arrow rest from New Archery Products is the Apache. This containment drop away rest features tool-less adjustment and a pre-installed launcher silencer. Call 800-323-1279 or visit www.newarchery.com.

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QUALITY ARCHERY DESIGN
Quality Archery Design's newest version of their popular Ultra-Rest HD is the Bone Collector edition. This total containment rest includes Velocity Drop-Away Technology to keep the launcher up if you let down. Call 434-846-5839 or visit www.qadinc.com.

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MATHEWS
The DownForce Arrow Rest from Mathews is unique in that the triggering cable attaches to the bowstring rather than the buss cable. This keeps the rest up longer and drops it quicker. Call 608-269-2728, or visit www.mathewsinc.com.

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TROPHY RIDGE
The highly popular Whisker Biscuit just keeps evolving, and the Sure Shot Pro is the top model. Micro windage and elevation adjustments enhance this rest, which includes rubber boots to quiet the act of loading an arrow. Call 800-694-9494, or visit www.trophyridge.com.

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