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Location: Alabama
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Gettin' in Their Face

I have seen those Whisker Biscuit rests but I shoot feathered aluminum arrows and was afraid that they would tear my feathers off? Is that possible or not?

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Joined: 01/10/2003
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Gettin' in Their Face

For one I walk elk hunting with an arrow nocked all day long. It is a pain but make me move slower and more cautious when hunting. I walk with it on my rest and have my index finger over the arrow. Hasn't failed me yet. My rest is a standard rest that came with the bow package I bought. I have on my forks is shrink tube that they use in hospitals to keep it quiet when I pull back. Put it on and heat it up.
As for the nock coming out I super glue mine on so they will not come off. Cured that problem.

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Location: Bridgewater, VA
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Gettin' in Their Face

They make Whisker Biscuits for both carbon and aluminum arrow shafts. I have friends that shoot feathers through biscuits and have not had a problem. I am sure you could email the company for a better technical reference. Good Luck!

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Location: Bridgewater, VA
Joined: 01/31/2004
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Gettin' in Their Face

They make Whisker Biscuits for both carbon and aluminum arrow shafts. I have friends that shoot feathers through biscuits and have not had a problem. I am sure you could email the company for a better technical reference. Good Luck!

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