Tuning a drop away arrow rest is rough. The minute you attach anything to your bow cable, your bows timing is off, and you have to figure out how to
compensate. It will never be as good as it can get when it’s attached to the cable, so you are forced to jack with cam lean and a myriad of other issues that are hard to even identify.
A cable triggered rest begins to drop immediately upon release, offering no support for the shaft during the shot cycle. A Limbdriven Pro V has an adjustable spring tensioned support arm that you can fine tune to eliminate form flaw and minor tuning problems. Your arrow is supported for over 20 inches of the shot cycle, and it’s a custom spring cushioned ride the whole time. You can tweak and tweak until your groups are tighter than they have ever been, all thanks to that adjustable spring tension support arm on your Pro V arrow rest.
Get you some.