Limb Driven Drop Away vs TM Hunter

Matt Palmquist

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I haven't had any issues with my LD ProV either. Lots of good options for fall aways. I prefer the limbdriven rests, but the others are good as well. Been a long time since I have shot a TM Hunter;)
 
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Brandon Pattison

Brandon Pattison

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I want bullet holes from 1/4" in front of the arrow out to 983 yards. It seems that my last 2 rest have had tuning issues (I know, I know its me).
 

Whisky

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I want bullet holes from 1/4" out to 983 yards. It seems that my last 2 rest have had issues .

I recommend a Harris bipod as the rest, and 6.5mm 140 Hybrids ought to do you well out to 983....

In all seriousness, quit worrying so much about shooting pretty holes in paper and concentrate more on good, consistent form...... Do your arrows group well? Do your FPs have same POI as BHs? If so, just shoot!!!! You yourself said it's not the rest, but you.
 

rodney482

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Love my limbdriver.. I cant even imagine going back to a TM style rest for hunting..
 

velvetfvr

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Not hard to tune my limbdriver pro v, in fact it took nothing, just set it at my centershot and bullet holes.
 

Maxhunter

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I really like my Trophy Taker Smackdown FC Pro. It's one of the quietest rest I've ever used.
 
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