NAP Introduces Two New Rests

NAP Introduces Two New Rests


(l. to r.) Quik-Tune Flipper and QuikTune Sizzor



NAP has two new arrow rests designed for serious bowhunters. The Quik-Tune Flipper is a full-containment, drop-away rest that's easy to set up and simple to adjust. Its automatic arrow-sizing feature allows you to use any size carbon or aluminum shaft, and the no-rebound launcher eliminates bounce back. The other rest -- the QuikTune Sizzor -- has a radical design that won't let the arrow fall out the top, bottom, or sides -- even when walking. Close the launcher arms, insert the arrow from the side, and you're ready for action. The launcher arms release at the shot, eliminating fletching contact, and you can let down without triggering the rest. You can customize the launcher speed, and vertical and horizontal centershot adjustments can be made independently.

Contact: New Archery Products, 1-800-323-1279, www.newarchery.com.















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