06-04-2012, 09:26 PM #1
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- Jun 2012
I have a Bow-Teck Destroyer. Can someone recommend the best type of stabilizer that might increase my accuracy?
06-05-2012, 12:25 AM #2
There is soo much to it to just blunty throw out a particular setup. Will it be used for hunting or target?
When choosing mine, I look for adjustability,sound reduction, and, vibration reduction. Yes they can all be accomplished in just one stab. Not all can do it but some can. My personal choice are Doinkers. They do all that I have stated and do it very well.
For hunting if it were my bow, it would have a Doinker A Bar or Tactical.
For target, Platinums....
With that said, there are many great stabilizers out there and you will be hard pressed to find a bad one.
06-05-2012, 07:49 AM #3
Just as ASA said, we need more info.
What are you doing with the bow, hunting? target? open class? hunters class? 3d?
06-06-2012, 11:58 AM #4
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- Feb 2011
if your asking the question like that and cant spell bowtech right, I would chose a 10-12" stabilizer that has a carbon fiber rod and all the weights out in front, b-stinger, doinker and several others will accomplish this. a weight forward design.i would stay awat from the acrylic rod deals, theyre a gimmick and stay away from couch bernie , cause he's a spamming douche bag.Archerytalk, Helping Sponsors fleece novice Archers since 2001.
06-06-2012, 01:37 PM #5
OK then, for those keeping score.......
we have a couple of votes for doinker and a negative for Coach Bernie.
Thanks for your vote CC it was very informative
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