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Frequently Asked Questions

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2200 Stringtown Rd
Evansville, IN 47711

Phone: 812-467-1200
Fax: 812-467-1300

Customer Service:
Phone: 800-694-9494
Fax: 812-467-1245
customercare@trophyridge.com

React Technology

Does it matter how fast your bow shoots?

Yes, check the chart below to ensure the React sight will work with your bow setup. We suggest using a chronograph to check your bow speed before purchasing your React sight. Trophy Ridge has expanded our React lineup to help archers of all ages and sizes gain access to this amazing technology.

Does it matter how heavy or how light your arrows are?

No, As long as your arrow weight and spine are consistent, your arrow weight cannot fool our React Technology. The reason is that your other pin gaps are based on your first 2 pin gaps. The further an arrow is propelled from your bow the more gravity affects the arrow forcing it toward the earth. Our React Technology takes into account the rate of drop and your arrow weight.

Can I start the first pin at 30 yards?

No, in order for the mathematics behind our React Technology to work the first pin must be set at 20 yards (this pin is fixed to the housing). Each pin must be set in the common 10 yard increments...20,30,40,50 and 60 yards.

Whisker Biscuit

What size of biscuit do I need for my arrow?

In general, a loose fit is good, and a tight fit is bad. A tight fit can result in more noise and possible left-right errors from hand torque. All Biscuit sizes are interchangeable. This means that to switch arrow sizes, it may only be necessary to switch biscuits. It will not be necessary to buy a whole new rest. The following table relates the available Biscuit sizes to the available arrow types and sizes.

Will the Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest® work with fingers?

Yes. The Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest® works well with fingers. When paper tuning a bow for finger shooting, the shooter must keep in mind that the normal tear shows nock-left for right hand shooters and nock-right for left hand shooters. It is possible to tune a bow with this rest on it to shoot a bullet hole using fingers, but you may notice that the arrow angles to the right of the centerline of the bow, and thus it will shoot to the right (for a right hand shooter).

Other Questions

How do I set the pins of my sight?

1. Assemble the sight and mount it on your bow.

I keep getting a high tear when I paper tune my bow. How can I fix it?

Yes. The Whisker Biscuit Arrow Rest® works well with fingers. When paper tuning a bow for finger shooting, the shooter must keep in mind that the normal tear shows nock-left for right hand shooters and nock-right for left hand shooters. It is possible to tune a bow with this rest on it to shoot a bullet hole using fingers, but you may notice that the arrow angles to the right of the centerline of the bow, and thus it will shoot to the right (for a right hand shooter).