Best Fall Away Rest For Hunting in 2022
HRCHCG Archery Compound Bow Drop Away Fall Away Arrow Rest Brush CNC Aluminum Alloy Hunting Shooting Arrow Rest (Black)
Ripcord "Code Red" Fall Away Arrow Rest, Right (Black)
- Features. Installation is quick and easy. Internal dampeners insure a quiet shot upon release.
- Launcher can be manually locked into position. Will instantly disengage at full draw for complete arrow clearance. Made in USA.
- Model Number: RCRB-R.
Quality Archery Products UHXBK-R Right Hand HDX Arrow Rest, Black
- Stainless Steel
- limited life-time warranty
- Color - Black
- Model Number- UHXBK-R
- Part # 47331
QAD Ultra Rest Hunter Drop Away Rest Righthand
- Velocity Draw Technology
- Total Arrow Containment
- Easily adjust timing cord with Cable Clamp
- Shoots shorter arrows
- Break away safety feature
Arrow Rest Anti Slip Sticker Set Compound Bow Hunting Accessory for QAD HDX Drop Away Arrow Rest 2 Set
- [High-quality Material]-100% Brand new and High quality.Mainly adopting faux fur material, good anti-slip effect and abrasion resistant, also durable.
- [Perfect Compatibility]-The Arrow Rest Sticker is designed for QAD HDX drop away arrow rest for compound bow.
- [Excellent Performance]-Easy to stick it on your arrow rest tightly once you peel the back layer off. Small term but big role in protecting the arrow rest and prolonging its span life.
- [Replacement Parts]-Nice accessory to be equipped on your arrow rest for archery hunting shooting.Replacement felt for Fall Away/ Drop Away arrow rest.
- [Quality Guaranteed]-If you have any question or any unsatisfactory about the product , please do not hesitate to contact us , we do must help you solve the issue well . When we received it,we will deal with it as soon as possible.
HHA Virtus Fall Away Rest Black RH
- Features. Centrally located ergonomic thumb lever allows cocking of the launcher using either hand. Patent pending latch and brake system produces smooth and reliable performance.
- Made in the USA. Model: VR-22.
Trophy Taker SmackDown Pro Drop-Away Arrow Rest â€“ Compound Bow Hunting Archery Accessory
- 100% METAL CONSTRUCTION: Made entirely of metal for enhanced durability and performance; Lightweight and easy to carry throughout your entire hunt
- QUIET LAUNCH: Fleece covering and built-in noise dampening system integrated for a nearly silent draw and release
- STEADIES YOUR AIM: Rubber over-molded steel containment ring supports your arrow both horizontally and vertically for better arrow flight
- EASY TO USE: Includes arrow guide and limb mounts; Easily attaches to lower limb, upper limb or upward cable
- LIFETIME WARRANTY: Like all Trophy Taker products, backed by an Unconditional Lifetime Warranty
2 Pack Archery Compound Bow Fastener Buckle Drop Fall Away Arrow Rest Clip Clamps, Plastic, Black Color
- Pro Fastener clips for drop away arrow rest
- Made of hard plastic, durable and lightweight
- Black Color; Set of 2
- Size: approx. 13 x 13 x 10mm
- Suitable for Compound Bow
LimbSaver Fall Away Arrow Holder
- Holds arrow securely so it won't drop out of place
- Mounts easily to any arrow shelf to keep the arrow quietly aligned
- Made from LimbSaver's proprietary NAVCOM material to dampen vibration and unwanted noise
- Helps center the arrow to your riser
Zer one Plastic Archery Drop Away Arrow Rest Clip Clamp, Arrow Rest Clamp Buckle Fastener Clip,Replacement Archery Hunting Accessory
- 【Stably】---Can help you hold arrow firmly and stably.Can reduce the vibration of bow and arrow shooting, improve the accuracy of shooting
- 【For bows】---Suitable for compound bow.Also accessories for smart appliances, outdoor sports equipment
- 【Good quality】---Adopts good quality plastic, lightweight, sturdy, durable.We make every effort to provide customers with satisfactory service.
- 【Great accessory】---Great accessory for archery lovers. Preinstalled felt Silencer makes for the quietest drawback possible
- 【Easy to use】---Easy to install and use.Easily adjust timing cord with Cable Clamp
New Rules for Deer and Elk Hunting Season!
From Vermont to California, there have always been three traditional hunting seasons: archery, muzzleloader, followed by high-power rifle season. This year the Dept. of Wildlife institutes new, fairer hunting seasons.
From Vermont to California, there have always been three traditional hunting seasons: archery, muzzleloader, followed by high-power rifle season. Unfortunately, the deer and elk stand absolutely defenseless against this array of artillery.
Forced to live off the land by just their instincts and lightning-fast reactions, wildlife is helpless against these man-made weapons of mass destruction. So, to rectify the problem the US Fish and Wildlife Service has agreed to replace the three conventional hunting seasons this year with fairer, more humane seasons meant to "level the playing field" for deer and elk. What I'm talking about, of course, is the institution of wrestling season, primitive weapons season followed by knife fighting season.
Amateur and professional wrestling is the life-blood of all young men from high school age to adulthood. So, it only makes sense that it should be integrated into the great American pastime: deer and elk hunting.
Wrestling season will even out the contest between even the best hunters and the hunted. Playing by the rules of the wilderness, the deer and elk stand to win at least an occasional contest against man. Instead of high-powered weapons, hunters will have to stalk and bring down their prey through a number of legal "take down moves" such as the Atomic Drop, Antler Smash, Flying Arm Scissor, Jawbreaker, Hoof Drop, Mat Slam, Reverse Neck Snap, Argentine Pile Driver, Body Slam, Full Nelson and the Leg Scissor Takedown. While it's true that few deer and elk are as yet schooled against these maneuvers, they can still flee into the brush until they've had time to become coached in the new techniques. Hunters participating in wrestling season will be required to wear traditional, camouflaged competitive wrestling shorts, boots, kneepads and headgear.
Wrestling season will also create an entirely new cottage industry. Wilderness wrestling schools will start popping up all over the country, replacing obsolete gun shops and rifle ranges. Instead of relying on the cowardly skill of a clean shot from 75 yards, hunters will need to learn the importance of sneaking up on their prey, muscling them to the ground using a Full Nelson. Of course, with the new regulations will come the necessity for Wilderness Umpires. Wilderness Umpires, employees of the USDA Forest Service, will prowl the outback, counting down "mat pins" and resolving disputes between the hunter and the hunted.
If wilderness wrestling season catches on, you may even see other styles proliferate, such as Greco-Wilderness wrestling, Wilderness Judo wrestling, Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Wilderness wrestling and of course, Wilderness Sumo wrestling.
Primitive Weapons Season…
During primitive weapons season, hunters will be restricted to using weapons whose origin was prior to the 17th century. These include spears, blowguns, rocks, sticks, morning stars, nail bats, punji sticks, torches, bolas, chakras, atlatls, meteor hammers, quarterstaffs, catapults, ballistas and slingshots. If the hunters so desire, they may also build elaborate forts, surrounded by moats in an attempt to lure their prey under a veil of boiling oil.
Primitive weapons season is aimed at bringing back the festive mood of the Middle Ages: when warriors sought deer and elk for food instead of trophies. And just to maintain the authentic flavor of the season, hunters will be required to wear full suits of armor, normal helmets, breastplates, knight gauntlets and chain mail. Horses and ATV's are not allowed during primitive weapons season; all hunts are to be conducted on foot.
Knife Fighting Season…
What orphan, juvenile delinquent or young buck doesn't love a good knife fight? In an effort to bring the wilderness to the masses, this year the Department of Wildlife has added the excitement of knife fighting to deer and elk hunting season.
During knife fighting season, hunters will be required to stalk their prey on foot, goading them into confrontations using a series of taunts and insults. Tactics include making defamatory remarks about the deer's mother, their ethnic heritage and who their doe has been sleeping around with.
During knife fight season, just about anything with a blade is allowed. That includes axes, box cutters, daggers, rondels, long swords, pizza cutters, machetes and disposable razors. Knife fights may be conducted one-on-one or in gangs of hunters against bucks. A minimum of 3 participants on each side is required for a legal, gang knife fight.
As a true aficionado of the wilderness experience, it's wonderful to know that this year man and wildlife will finally get on as equals, just as they did so many years ago. So grab your spears and nunchuks; it's hunting season!