Code Red RipCord fall away rest

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  1. Layout101

    Layout101 Elite Refuge Member

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    Is anyone using a Code Red RipCord fall away?
    I am in the process of upgrading my bows accessories and am really looking at the fall away rests.
    Anyone hunted with or used one much?
     
  2. BC 302

    BC 302 New Member

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    I switched to one from a whisker biscuit last year. I have had no problems whatsoever.

    The pro shop I use recommended this over the QAD ultra rest based solely on reliability.
     
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    Layout101 Elite Refuge Member

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    Did you use the football clip that came with it or tie it in?
     
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    1quacker Elite Refuge Member

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    I am on my second rip cord rest. The company upgraded me to the new Code Red when I had an fluke issue a long time ago. I had a spring go out and snapped the arrow prongs off the day before a hunting trip. Customer service was beyond good for the issue I had, they had the shop owner give me a new one and they sent him a replacement, never cost me a dime. Mine is tied in.
     
  5. musher

    musher Elite Refuge Member

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    I've had a Rip cord for a few years and not a problem. Used it on bear hunts and a spot and stalk mule deer hunt and no problems with it in the field. Switched from a whisker biscuit and wish I would have done that a lot sooner
     
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    The thing I didn't like about the code red is that you cant draw and let down without the rest falling down to. I went with a QAD HDX and have been very pleased with it.
     

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