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doinker stabilizer

Hey, I use the same stablizer! I'm a big fan of it. Its the perfect weight for my bow and nice and short and out of the way. I recommend a drop away rest though. Even though they may be a little bit louder they are much easier to tune and more forgiving. I also shortened my arrows as much as I could giving the spine a little more strenght on a light arrow. Its seems to make them shoot better just watch your fingers when using broad heads!!! lol I'm using a Martin Moab with a apex site, 2 piece 4 arrow quiver and a flip down rest. COngrats and I hope it brings you the best of luck!!

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Will_Hunt4Food's picture
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Location: NYC
Joined: 12/19/2008
Posts: 136
doinker stabilizer

Hey, I use the same stablizer! I'm a big fan of it. Its the perfect weight for my bow and nice and short and out of the way. I recommend a drop away rest though. Even though they may be a little bit louder they are much easier to tune and more forgiving. I also shortened my arrows as much as I could giving the spine a little more strenght on a light arrow. Its seems to make them shoot better just watch your fingers when using broad heads!!! lol I'm using a Martin Moab with a apex site, 2 piece 4 arrow quiver and a flip down rest. COngrats and I hope it brings you the best of luck!!