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    Blessed and Forgiven bowhunterj's Avatar
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    Default bow stabilizers????

    Looking for a good stabilizer 12 inches max. Shooting indoor 3 dot Vegas right now in novice/bowhunter. I'm using a mini limb saver for vibration and i really don't have any in my Hoyt Katera. thanks for any input
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    I shoot a B-Stinger 12" with 11 ounces out front on both of my bows. My groups have tightened tremedously since I started using them!
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    doinker or axion are good choices
    u aint seen country yet!

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    Default Stabilizer

    B Stinger with 11 oz works for me.
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    Doinker DISH for me. Most versatile stab on the market. Can set weights to one side to offst weight of sight, can add or remove weight as needed, removes sound and vibration.

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    B-Stingers look way too gay for me but a lot of people use them so they must work good.
    Prostaff of whatever DB uses.

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    I liked the look of the B- stinger but I also like the posten's look but performance is needed more than looks. wraps or dipping can take care of the look
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    Stabilizers definitely depends on application. Some of my favorites are:

    1. B-Stinger

    2. Doinker Multi-Rod

    3. Octane

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    Have you looked at Smooth Stability and/or Stokerized?

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    I'll second the vote for Smooth Stability. If you need more info pm me.

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    This year I'm using Smooth Stability 8" 8oz hold rock steady for me.

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    yeah, for a 12" , its hard to beat a B Stinger, when it comes to longer units, there are lots of good long rod systems out there

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