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Thread: Stabiliser Help

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilkersonhunter View Post
    i have a stokerized 20" in front and a 8" model for the side bar on my matrix and they do fine for now. but in the near future i am planning on buying a 24" fuse carbon blade with a 8" or 10" blade on the side
    Hope the winds not blowing to hard these things have a mind of there own in the slightest puff of wind????
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    Quote Originally Posted by Westy View Post
    Hope the winds not blowing to hard these things have a mind of there own in the slightest puff of wind????
    i will agree with the having a mind of their own. they want to go all the way to the winners circle. lol i will agree its a light bow but when i get it to full draw it holds on target like a 12lb bow does. its just there
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    Default I'm confused....

    I thought the Fuse carbon blade stabilizers were made with the wind in mind?

    Market hype or do they work better in a wind than a fat round rod?

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    They are designed with the wind in mind. But you still have 20-30 inches sticking off of the front of a 32-42 inch sail (the bow itself). That said, every little bit helps.

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