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Tabiger Whisker Biscuit Kill Shot Arrow Rest for Compound Bow Hunting. Left and Right Hand are Available – Black

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Tabiger Whisker Biscuit Kill Shot Arrow Rest for Compound Bow Hunting. Left and Right Hand are Available - Black

  • Hold your arrow safely and securely.
  • Windage and elevation adjustment
  • Designed for use with left and right hand bows
  • Biscuit is stronger. Without inhibiting or damaging your fletching
  • Composite-encased biscuit
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Why do i need a nock point with a whisker biscuit if there is archers paradox? #archery

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So like, the biscuit encapsulates and essentially guides the arrow the whole time, unlike other rests which essentially point it in the right direction.

So what do I need a nock point if using a whisker biscuit? Shouldn’t putting it ‘near enough’, or as close as possible by eye on the string be good enough? There is a paradox anyway.

A little high or a little low is not gonna throw things way off like with something like a weather rest, eg angle of flight once the rest is cleared. But even with a rest like that, how is near enough not good enough when you factor archers paradox?


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Whisker Biscuit question

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I just have a general question concerning the trophy ridge whisker biscuit. Does anyone out there know if it can be installed successfully on a 2007 Alpine Denali compound bow? Thanks for the help, happy shooting!

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Whisker biscuit and helical vanes

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Is it okay to shoot helical vanes through a whisker biscuit? I’m thinking about making the switch to this rest since all I do is hunt. I’m not really set on the whisker biscuit but I want to get away from drop away arrow rests.


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Best Arrows to use with a whisker bisquit (That don’t wear it out as fast)

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Currently I am shooting PSE Carbon Force Radial X Weave Silent Hunter 200′s and I think they have 125 gr pts not 100% sure w/ 2" blazers. Out of a Bear Charge Set to roughly 60lb (Will be checking with a draw lb puller today) and 27" draw as set on my Cam. I use a D Loop and a Wrist Trigger release. Proline String.

Heres the issue’s:

1) The finish on them doesn’t seem rough but they seem to burn the bottom of the whisker (the black whiskers). Almost like the arrow has slightly abrasive action to the whisker, the arrow diameter is .292.

2)I got them cut when I knew nothing about archery and just bought a used bow, I now am far more comfortable with a 27" draw and not a 26". The arrows were cut to 26 1/2" and at full draw the field point is only at the front of the riser, I believe for safety reasons they should be at least 1" past the riser??

3) These were on the Fast end for 60 lb draw, Thats what I am shooting roughly 60 lb but I want to move into 60-65lb range and think a heavier arrow may be more forgiving.

4)Should I be using straight 2" vanes or helical 2" vanes or should I go to 4" vanes straight or helical. Other than the helical vanes stabilizing the arrows in flight better than straight vanes what is the difference between 2" or 4"?

5) With a whisker bisquit should I be shooting a lower profile vane than a blazer?

Thanks for any help fellas.

Greatly look forward to getting a response.

Tom Compoli


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