The Ripcord ACE Standard rest represents a quantum leap in fall-away rest design, thanks to hundreds of hours of testing using high-speed camera footage. This footage has resulted in fall-away optimization, something available only on the ACE. You won’t believe how well your bow will shoot! The ACE Standard model features a narrow Ultra SlimLine Launcher, an innovation that dramatically increases vane clearance. And, the ACE Standard model stays up when you let down and activate to fall only when you shoot.
Launcher stays up – ACE features FireFall design. The launcher falls only when you fire, not when you let down.
Your arrow won’t fall off – Thanks to its FireFall design, ACE offers 100% Fulltime Arrow Containment. At no time is your arrow not contained!
No cord-wear issues – ACE also features a fully external cord. This completely eliminates any cord wear issues and positions the cord well to the side of the arrow, eliminating any possible interference.
ThumbCock Launcher – The ThumbCock on the ACE launcher allows you to load your arrow and cock the rest with just one hand for quick and easy arrow loading.
Patent-pending RightTime fall-away system – Fall-away rests offer forgiveness by eliminating the transfer of your bow hand torque to the arrow. Yet the launcher also offers stability to the arrow upon release. With the help of high-speed footage, we’ve identified the optimal point of fall-away and built it into both ACE models. The ACE launcher fully supports the arrow in its first few critical inches of forward travel, before falling away.
Absolutely no launcher bounceback – Another Ripcord innovation is the launcher brake. High-speed footage shows that many other fall-away rests bounce back right into the path of the arrow vanes, defeating the purpose of falling away. The Ripcord ACE features the very first dual- brake system that absolutely ensures there is no launcher bounceback!
Ultra SlimLine launcher for 46% more vane clearance – Vane design has changed radically in the last several years. Vanes have become shorter, stiffer and taller in an effort to better control broadheads. Most arrow rest manufacturers have not kept up with vane innovation. These new taller vanes create a clearance problem and, on some rests, will actually hit the launcher even when the launcher is in the fully down position!.