Axion Pulse Arrow Rest

Priced: $139.88 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Axion Pulse Arrow Rest -

The Axion Pulse Automatic Arrow Rest guides arrows longer, retracts faster and then resets itself to the upright, ready position automatically. Unlike conventional drop-away rests, the triggering cable on the Pulse rest attaches to the lower half of the bowstring or cable. This means the launcher stays up, cradling the arrow longer to provide the ultimate amount of guidance during release. The power-retract mechanism engages and then pulls the launcher away ultrafast, up to five-times faster than spring-loaded rests. This provides maximum fletching clearance and a straighter, more-accurate arrow flight. At the end of the shot cycle, the internal rotary damper continues to apply pressure on the launcher. This holds it down on the bow shelf until the arrow passes completely, for total clearance. The launcher then returns to the ready position automatically. Right hand only.
Color: Black.

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Axion Pulse Arrow Rest Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

fantastic rest!

i got a new bow and wanted to try a new rest. i wanted something Limb Driven, or something that attaches to the up cable. i got my arrow straight thru the berger, and the other review, the launcher pad hits the riser. but on my bow, it is "so what?". there is no issues with it getting out of the way of my passing fletching. my bow tuned GREAT and easy. just set up straight down the middle of centershot, and arrow 90 deg to the string. i dont hear any noise of the launcher slapping the riser. i do see a tiny "Dent" in the felt underneath. i will keep an eye on it to see if it wears out. broadheads fly great with my fieldtips. even a bareshaft group with my arrows at 20 yards. i deducted on star because you cannot see the tic marks. they are not highlighted on my rest, so you can see them easily. i need to make notes on where everything is set, and not seeing the tics will make that a near impossibility. my other rest, all had numbered tic-marks. setting the thing up is a no brainer. can do it instinctively. the containment arm: it has yet to be determined if i even need it. it is awkward for me to load an arrow because this rest "cocks itself" to the ready position automatically. you have to thread the arrow in. familiarity will make me fumble less i am sure. so far so good! the rest is awesome. i plan to call the company one day to see if the tickmarks are supposed to be highighted in white.
drunkensparrow at Cabelas on 12/03/2013

great rest

My first drop away rest, very easy to use Cabelas staff installed it for me and tuned it. It shoots great and is easy to use. love the auto reset.
Robertk7 at Cabelas on 06/04/2013

Negative Reviews:

Good Idea, but needs more work on the details

I really wanted to like this rest. The design is good in theory, but the rest itself needs work. First, I could not mount the rest with the arrow centered thru the Berger hole without the rest hitting the shelf. This is with a Mathews bow...which it is supposed to work with. I could mount it with the arrow bottom at the top of the Berger hole, but that is not acceptable to me. Second, the rest is advertised as quieter than the competition. I found it to be equal or maybe a little louder than the QAD on the shot. Third, the rest has a lot of play in it. Not sure how that will work over time. Fourth, although the rest is really easy to set, and I never had any fletching contact issues, it is very cumbersome to fine tune the rest. This is because the rest is under tension at letdown. So, when you loosen the set screw, the entire rest gets pulled by the tension. As a result, you need to loosen the pull cable and reset almost every time you make an adjustment. I could live with the last one, if it was the only issue...but the others were too much for me.
AndyVA at Cabelas on 09/03/2013