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    Default New stabilizer design from Predator Stabilizers

    Here is our new design to comply with the 2013 IBO rule on Hunter class stabilizers. Here is the rule quoted from the rule book. "The stabilizer shall be no more than 12 inches long, and extend no more than 12 inches from the point of attachment to the riser of the bow. Additional v bars, counter balances, or weighted attachments are prohibited. ( For the purpose of this rule, any device adding length or weight to the stabilizer shall be considered part of the stabilizer and shall be subject to the 12 inch rule)."

    Now some of you may say it is a weighted attachment but the rule clearly states that if it adds weight to the stabilizer it is considered part of the stabilizer.
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