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    B-Stinger stabilizers

    Anyone use them have any experience with them been looking into getting one and was just seeing if anyone uses them and thoughts and opinions thanks!!!!

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    I've got one with a 12oz weight. They don't do anything for vibe but talk about being able to hold steady. The only down side is the weight!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali_hornhunter View Post
    Anyone use them have any experience with them been looking into getting one and was just seeing if anyone uses them and thoughts and opinions thanks!!!!
    Which one you looking at? I have been trying out their new Sport Hunter Xtreme 10" and so far really liking it.
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    The sport hunter extreme 10'' same as yours ontarget but as dito said my concern is noise/vibration dampening

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali_hornhunter View Post
    The sport hunter extreme 10'' same as yours ontarget but as dito said my concern is noise/vibration dampening
    What bow do you have ? There are many ways to quiet a bow down and I can maybe give you a few tips. For me the main purpose of a stab is to give you the ability to hold steadier on target. Yes it will have some dampening abilities but it is definitely not the single biggest thing to quiet and dampen a bow.

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    Have one I used a handfull of times I think it is a 12 or 14 oz I wasn't a big fan of them its been sittin in my bow case for bout a year untouched

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shaun View Post
    Have one I used a handfull of times I think it is a 12 or 14 oz I wasn't a big fan of them its been sittin in my bow case for bout a year untouched
    Think you had the original B Stinger with the large round weight out front. The B Stinger Sport Hunter Xtremes are brand new and just came out this years

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    I have a Hoyt CRX 32 and of course it has the limbsaver alpha soxs between the split limbs and has a couple of the small limbsaver string leeches and the string suppressor also

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    Quote Originally Posted by cali_hornhunter View Post
    I have a Hoyt CRX 32 and of course it has the limbsaver alpha soxs between the split limbs and has a couple of the small limbsaver string leeches and the string suppressor also
    Nice bow by the way. They are a quiet bow to begin with but next time you are in the market for string try using the new 8190 material. I have had really good luck so far with it and its very quiet compared to others. Sport Hunter Xtreme will serve you well with that bow.

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    That's good to hear about the strings those are winners choice correct? I've been looking into getting new strings and I'm definitely looking into the ones mentioned above thanks for all the input on target it's been much appreciated!

 

 

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