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Our AMS arrow rests come in either an enclosed or opened design. They feature a brass or plastic roller to aid in arrow flight and minimize arrow wear.
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STEVE ANGOVE – March 27, 2008
Just bought this for my AMS Fish Hawk bow and it works very well for anyone who likes quick action bowfishing.
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JUSTIN PELZER – April 21, 2008
I’ve used the wheel of fortune (wheel of mis-fortune) rest for a couple years now, and i was just waiting for a rest like this one. My arrow falls off a lot with the wheel of fortune rest, but this rest will totally eliminate this problem.
ANDY WALTMAN – May 25, 2008
There has been more than one occasion in which my luck has run out with other bowfishing rests, but when I put the AMS Wave Rest to use, the barrel in my boat just seems to be fuller each time I hit the water.
KADE CHAMBERS – June 10, 2008
This is the best product in the world for regular and quick shots.
ERIC LANCE – July 2, 2008
best rest out there highly recommend this one.
JASON BENDER – July 20, 2008
I tried other rests and yes they worked but this one holds the arrow so much better then they did.
ANTHONY MARKELZ – July 21, 2008
This rest is great, the high sidewalls and deep groove allow my arrows to stay on the rest even in the worst weather, rough waters, or clumsy teammates. Allowing a very smooth action for those quick snapshots and the most stable platform for those held calculated shots.
Another big plus of this rest for me is the design suits my arrows with AMS Saftey Slide and shock pad perfectly. With the way the rest holds the arrow there is no chance my shock pad will hit the rest causing a shot malfunction(I’v-e had this happen with another rest).
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ERICK DAVIS – July 22, 2008
excellent rest it works great.
JIM WINDHAM – July 22, 2008
Best rest on market…
ROBIN PARKS – December 1, 2010
After installing the Wave Rest on a new bow with the intent of it being temporary while I found centershot, I like it so much that I put it on all of my bowfishing bows. I never thought a commercial rest would replace my homemade epoxy rests – but the Wave Rest has!
HillJackJDS – March 8, 2017
The Tidal Wave is the first thing that I add to bowfishing bows these days. This rest provides the self-centering, zero drag arrow placement on your bowfishing bow. Are you moving around a lot in the boat? Laying your bow down between shots? Maybe you’ve just got a case of the figits? No problem, the Tidal Wave is an arrow-capturing system that will keep you arrow on your bow and on the string until you upright the bow and your arrow automatically falls onto the wheeled base. If you’re setting up a bow, then you’ll really appreciate the clear, high contrast markings that will make Left/Right movements very trackable and smooth. Rugged simplicity: I like that!
mud – March 8, 2017
The AMS tidal wave rest is the best rest on the market. There is no drag on your arrow as you release. It stays in the rest no matter how you hold your bow. It is easy to load the arrow in the rest which I love for tournament shooting, it is by far the best rest you will ever buy!!
Brian – March 10, 2017
The Tidal Wave is affordable, brutal tough and shoot very true! A TRUE no worry rest! Install it and forget it!! Go bowfishing!! I’ve got tidal waves I’ve used for YEARS AND YEARS…matter of fact my first Tidal Wave has lasted through 3 bows! And still in use to this day!!
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