Trophy Ridge Quick Shot Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest
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Average customer review: 4.5 stars
(50 customer reviews)
The World Famous Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest
- Color: Black
- Brand: Zume Games
- UPC: 754806121888
- Model: AWB100S
- Released on: 2009-02-27
- Dimensions: 4.00" h x 7.00" w x 9.00" l, 1.00 pounds
- Windage adjustment
- Composite-encased biscuit - 150% stronger than previous models
- Reference marks
- Custom rubber boots silence arrow loading
- Universal Right and Left Hand
Most helpful customer reviews
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful.
Have used whisker biscuits on my bows for at least 10 years.
Unless you are a competition shooter, the whisker biscuit is hard to beat for hunting purposes. When stalking, having an arrow ready in my rest and not having to worry about it popping out of it is very nice. I have never had any problems with vanes peeling back. If that's happening to you, maybe you not applying enough glue on when putting your vanes on or you should spend a little more money on a better quality arrow (vanes already on..) setup. I've even used feathers and had no problems. As for accuracy, I'm shooting a 6 inch group from 40 yards just fine. It may slow the arrow speed down some, but as long as I'm hitting where I want to hit and most of my shots are going clear through the animal at 45 yards or less, (not one to shoot farther than that at an animal...) I'm happy.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful.
Whisker biscuit Rest
By Wisconsin whitetail hunter
Upgraded a Barnett 1105 Vortex YTH Bow Camo 45lb. Turned out great. Archery shop guys told us to use the large with carbon fiber arrows to be less damaging on the fletching, as hunters.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Way better than felt pads.
By Calvin R. Stiff, Jr.
I'm really glad that I was introduced to the whisker biscuit. I was in search of adhesive felt when I bought this. An experienced archer friend told me that he loved using them and that I would too. So far he's right but I do have one major gripe about the manufacturer and not so much the product itself. The product is solidly constructed of aluminum and some sturdy looking abs type plastic and works as advertised. My problem is with the mounting and adjusting bolt sizes. The mounting bolt is a 3/16 hex and the windage adjusting bolt is a 5/32 hex. It just doesn't make sense to me that the bolts don't use the same sized fastener. The archery manufactures need to think of the customer's needs in the field when they design this stuff.
January 11, 2014, I've recently bought a Tekton ball end hex key set specifically for my bow box. I've discovered that most sets you can find include these sizes so finding the tools shouldn't be a problem. I'm still upset that I need to carry so many tools to perform such basic adjustments. B000NPR43S