January 11, 2019
New bows always cause a big buzz and for good reason, but a bow will only be as accurate as the rest on it will allow. Here are some of the best new arrow rests from the 2019 ATA Show.
Trophy Ridge Sync & Sync MD
Trophy Ridge releases two new drop-away rests for 2019 – the Sync MD and the Sync. The Sync MD provides micro-adjustability for a fine-tuned shot and accuracy you can always rely on by using micro-drive technology, essentially giving you a reliable draw cycle and release with every arrow you send downrange. The Sync MD has a removable full-containment arm, laterally adjustable arms and cable-driven technology to provide archers will an ultra-smooth piece of equipment. The micro-adjustable windage and elevation adjustments allow you to get a fine-tuned shot every time by syncing and customizing your arrow with your bow for precise arrow flight. The Sync includes same features as the Sync MD, minus the micro-drive adjustment technology.
QAD Ultrarest Integrate MX
QAD has teamed up with Mathews to release an innovative drop-away rest to the market in 2019. QAD has come out with a whole new system within the QAD Ultrarest Integrate MX. Instead of the classic berger button hole, the rest uses to a patent pending dovetail mounting system integrated right into the back of your bow riser. The rest will automatically level itself once connected, reducing setup time. This integration feature makes the new rest super compact, light and sleek. Another awesome feature is that you can bump or drop your bow as much as possible and there is no worry of rotating the rest because the rest is mounted to your riser instead of with set screws like the arrow rest of the past. With precision micro-click adjustments, the Integrate has fine-tuning capabilities of just .0019-inch per click, giving archers a sense of confidence and extreme accuracy. The Ultrarest Integrate MX is made in the United States with a lifetime warranty.
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