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SF Archery Optimo Arrow Rest

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Original Price $1.49
Current Price $0.79
SKU CAO686HQ
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Key Features:

  • Stick on attachment for easy application to any riser
  • Hole for pressure button use
  • Left and Right Handed versions available.

Customer Reviews

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Daniel J.
Decent, cheap rest

Great rest, especially for beginners because of how cheap it is. Do note, though, that the plastic tab on the side acting as a makeshift plunger button wears out very fast (I've carved a decent circle-shaped indent into it after a couple hundred arrows). You'll probably want to use an actual plunger button with this rest because of that. The rest part itself seems to be holding up well, though.

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Daniel J.
Decent, cheap rest

Great rest, especially for beginners because of how cheap it is. Do note, though, that the plastic tab on the side acting as a makeshift plunger button wears out very fast (I've carved a decent circle-shaped indent into it after a couple hundred arrows). You'll probably want to use an actual plunger button with this rest because of that. The rest part itself seems to be holding up well, though.