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- Better than "stick on" rests Review by David Weaver
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I have been using this rest on 3 risers now for over 6 months and I have no major complaints. The one minor complaint is is not possible to get A/C/E shafts aligned properly without modifying the wire. The part that extends up into the hinge is a bit too long. I was able to shorten it with a Dremel tool in order to get my A/C/E 780 shafts centered on it.
There are no issues using it with either of my Samick Masters riser, you just need to make sure that your plunger has enough depth. I have been able to use the SF Premium, Shibuya DX, Fivics SM740 with this combination.
When using it on a Hoyt Prodigy RX riser, the plunger options are more limited as the Veritune plate doesn't extend the threads all the way to the shaft side of the riser. The AAE Gold Micro Plunger has enough depth and has threads to the end of the outer shaft. Unfortunately it has a removable tip - see my review for issues that I had. The Shibuya DX plunger has a longer outer shaft that has enough depth. I was also able to use the SF Premium plunger, but it just had enough length, it may not work for everyone. The standard Beiter plunger had too much length, I haven't tried the shorter one. I would check with the Lancaster techs to make sure you order the correct length Beiter should you go with that option.
With the adjustments on the rest, it is possible to get the rest to lay completely flat against the riser, which should minimize interference with the flight of the arrow fletchings.
I found with some of the stick on adjustable rests, the wire would sometime flip backward if I had an errant release. For the most part, this rest doesn't suffer that issue, but I have had the wire move out of adjustment (out from the plunger) on rare occasions if I really mess up my release.
All in all I have been very pleased with this rest. The wire isn't as thick as the Spigarelli and I find it much easier to adjust as well.
(Posted on 2/13/16)
- User of this rest Review by Kenny
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It is a good rest , I have been using it almost 6 month or 7 month .I find it no problem to use , very sustainable. The only minor problem is it doesn't work any riser that has a wider riser or one hole riser like the samick ultimate. it will keep crashing in to the riser , when the arrow is release.
Love this rest , because some part can be replace and you don't have to buy the whole piece.
Easy to mount.
(Posted on 5/16/13)