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liked the biscuit when i had it, just to wear them out to fast. have changed to a limb driver drop away, and like it alot.
 

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i prefer fallaways i had a whisker but once i got the fall away i notice instantly a smoother and quicker shot. oh and its quieter
 

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I used to have a bisquit on my bow when i first started shooting. i realized after a while that if your gunna be shooting a whole hell of a lot a whisker bisquit can really bend the fletching on your arrows. since then i have switched to a limb saver fall away rest and have not had a problem since i bought it (about a year and a half ago). they are very quiet and very effective,

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I've used the same whisker biscuit for about 4 years now and its still in really good condition. It gets the job done no problem, oh and I shoot a lot to.
 
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hope so hm. i got nothing against the biscuit. they work well. i'm just trying something new to pick up a few more fps.
 

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thats not that expensive of a rest is it? i just found one for 50 dollars. i have a ripcord and it cost 105 dollars. the ultra look nice.
 

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From whats on Cabela's website there are three different quad ultra rests.
-Quad Ultra Rest Hunter ($49.99)
-Quad Ultra Rest HD Pro Series ($139.99)
-Quad Ultra Rest Pro ($104.99)
 
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