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Who makes better fall-away rests? Trophy Ridge, Ripcord, or Quality Archery Products?

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  • Who makes better fall-away rests? Trophy Ridge, Ripcord, or Quality Archery Products?

    Who makes better fall-away rests? Trophy Ridge, Ripcord, or Quality Archery Products?

  • #2
    I don't have one but I think I would go with Trophy Ridge.

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    • #3
      Trophy Taker Extreme Full Containment Top Slot, is the BEST!

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      • #4
        I like the full capture rests because I still hunt as well as sit in a stand. I like QAD because they continuously improve the design and offer variations ... but Ripcord owners probably feel that their design is already perfect. Both are excellent. Just have to follow the instructions to set them up correctly. No experience with the Trophy Ridge - not a full capture

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        • #5
          I like the full capture rests because I still hunt as well as sit in a stand. I like QAD because they continuously improve the design and offer variations ... but Ripcord owners probably feel that their design is already perfect. Both are excellent. Just have to follow the instructions to set them up correctly. No experience with the Trophy Ridge - not a full capture.

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          • #6
            The ripcord is a very good quality rest I hear, but thats all they make. I would have to go with trophy ridge because they make multiple products, all of which are great quality. Last place would have to be QAD, but I have still heard good things about them as well.

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            • #7
              I have the ripcord and i love it. I chose that over the qad because in my research, the qad made more noise. Never used a whisker biscuit and didn't like the designs of the trophy ridge fall away rests. For me, Trophy Ridge does make great sights. My arrows are fletched at 2 degree right helical twist and I've never had a problem in a year of shooting with the ripcord. Hope this helps.

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              • #8
                I have a whisker biscuit but I have considered switching to the Trophy Ridge.

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                • #9
                  Agreed with rezavoirdog answer above and A + 1 for you sir!!!

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                  • #10
                    QAD for sure full containment and one u get them tuned right quiet as can be

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