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hey scott
just wondering if you have looked into or going to be able to work out a deal to carry the new finfinder products? mainly the rest and their new finger saver things?
 

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I've already got my rest ordered, they were outta stock Monday so it'll be just a lil bit longer! I can't wait to get it on my bow and see how it works!
 

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What does it look like?? I'm not finding it!!
It's a lil longer than most, black and slick! Lol I'm talkin about the rest! But seriously, just google fin finder hydro glide rest and it'll come up. They also have a facebook page with all of their new products. I was gonna put a pic of it on here but can't find out how on my phone
 

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the Fin-Finder Hydro-Glide bowfishing rest is basically a fully adjustable epoxy rest. here is a pic

i also did a short video on you tube about it. as you can see they used a heavy duty set screw for locking it down. the plastic is the same stuff used in m16 stocks.
 

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the Fin-Finder Hydro-Glide bowfishing rest is basically a fully adjustable epoxy rest. here is a pic

i also did a short video on you tube about it
Hey Sam! Your the reason that I got interested in FinFinder products! I tried to get the rest ordered last week but they're still outta stock so the shop couldn't get any! I don't know how much longer I can wait!
 

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the groove is plenty deep and is made to accept the standard 5/16th arrow and the new Fin-Finder Hydro-speed 9/32 arrow. I worked with Fin-Finder on this rest. they seen my epoxy rest on one of my bows and thats how it started. i like my groove deep. it is long because then it acts as a launching pad and helps keep the arrow strait after the release plus it helps you set the rest cause you can see if you have it strait. Get it strait make sure the arrow is touching n the front and back then lock it down and your done PERFECT CENTER SHOT.
 
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