Trophy Ridge Revolution Full-Capture Fall Away Arrow Rest
Easy to setup. I also bought a string splitter and serving string to be able to serve-in the cable as required. Only a few adjustments to make sure the arrow was straight on the rest while nocked and at full draw. It falls away without any problems. No damaged fletchings.
October 26, 2012
Doesn't fall away quick enough
I bought the 2012 Prime Shift and really wanted this rest. Only problem, it wouldn't get out of the arrows way. No matter what the Pro Staff did, it still caught the blazer veins. Had to go with the QAD and I am glad I did. I don't know what the other reviewers shoot as far as bows go, but my Prime Shift was just to fast. Maybe after a year or so, they will improve it....
September 13, 2012
Trophy Ridge Revolution Full-Capture Fal
Great rest for beginer to pros
August 21, 2012
Replaced a Hostage rest. Installation of this Trophy Ridge was not "do it yourself" for me. So far....very happy with 3" groupings at 25 yds with my Bear Diamond...and it is dead silent.
August 14, 2012
does what it says
Really like this rest, once you get it set up correctly it's flawless. I shoot fob's and that is why I bought it, but works great with vanes as well. The instructions say to serve in the cable but I purchased a Trophy Ridge buss cable clamp and that really worked great. The stick on felt is really low quality and has already started to wear after about 100 shots. I will replace it with some moleskin when it's gone. NOTE: If someone else tries to shoot your bow, be sure they have the same draw length. The rest won't work and fletching will be somewhat damaged. Overall great purchase
May 14, 2012
Really like it!
I wanted a full capture fall-away. This fit the bill. Works great. Bow is a bit faster now (old Whisker Biscuit was slowing arrow velocity down, too much drag). Easy to install and easy to adjust. Trophy Ridge makes great products.
April 23, 2012
I was debating to go with the Whisker Biscuit or this. I'm glad I went with the Trophy Ridge rest. It's easy to install and it works, every time. I stongly recommend this.
March 5, 2012
Look guys im going to be straight foward with you, this is the best "not so expensive" arrow rest on the market today. It never fails to amaze me. Ive shot it probablly 200 times and I've never had a problem with it it is very consistent and only a small amount of tuneing required before you're shooting you're nocks.
December 30, 2011
So Good It Would Give Robin Hood Wood!
Bought this for the upcoming season, easy to mount and set up. Make sure you serve it low enough so that the cradle is completely up at full draw, that last 1/4" is crucial for the release. String Serving above the cordage should be tight. Once it's installed and set-up you can either cycle it into position manually or by drawing the bow to full draw position. In the up position it becomes a capture rest, It holds 'em steady. You can release it manually by rotating it by hand or pulling the cordage down to bring the rest to the full up position and then just let go of the cord and the rest will unlock. Comes with felt for the cradles to silence arrow draw and a self-adhesive foam arrow rest for the riser shelf. After I installed it, I tested it. 112 shots from 20 out to 60 yards. Guys, I've always prided myself on my grouping but this thing had me consistently shooting nocks off of shafts at 30, 40 and 50 yards. (That fact may not impress some folks, but I rarely knock 'em off beyond 30). No failures to perform. This thing is gonna improve lots of shots and save countless fletchings. I only wish it came in RealTree APG! But now that's just being picky.
August 8, 2011
this rest is amazing great clearance and quiet no noise at all
August 8, 2011