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Drop away rest setup

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Hey folks Just purchased and am setting up a spigarelli drop away rest for my compound. It comes with the rubber tubing to connect to the cable/s, I also purchased a spring. Anyone have an ideal combination of spring, fastflight, rubber tubing or anything else that’s proved to be reliable, durable and practically maintence free (with the exception of replacing yearly, bi-yearly etc) in regard to setting this type of rest up?!? I’ve just watched the ‘97 world target championships on video, but it’s really hard to pick up what those folks are using, so arrr yeah…. any suggestions are welcome. Cheers!! Stop by and say G’day An Australian Archer http://www.riverland.net.au/~manno/archery/main.htm

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> Hey folks > Just purchased and am setting up a spigarelli drop away rest for my > compound. It comes with the rubber tubing to connect to the cable/s, I > also purchased a spring. Anyone have an ideal combination of spring, > fastflight, rubber tubing or anything else that’s proved to be reliable, > durable and practically maintence free (with the exception of replacing > yearly, bi-yearly etc) in regard to setting this type of rest up?!?

I have used the tubing type peep sights (hunting) and replaced the tube with surgical tubing For some reason it is long lasting and very flexible. I have had the same piece on my hunting bow for over 12 years and no failure(s) yet. > I’ve just watched the ‘97 world target championships on video, but it’s > really hard to pick up what those folks are using, so arrr yeah…. any > suggestions are welcome.

My bet would be (here in California at least) the majority use a plunger and flipper rest. I use the Spigarelli plunger with a spring loaded flipper from Golden Key (no longer in their catalog that I know of) The Beiter or lesser priced magnetic flippers are both very good as well. Hope this helps some wPm — S & B Enterprises                     Sunland, CA ICQ 7349522 …the mountains are calling and I must go… <J.Muir>    Do I look old enough to retire? Well I did!  <Buffalo>

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