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Old 09-30-2008, 11:06 PM   #1
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Default Stabilizer technology

I'm currently stepping off into competitive archery indoor shoots. Constitution 50lb 29.5"draw. X7 cobalt arrows. I come into a deal on shrewdstabilizers and couldn't pass up for my set up. My guy that helps me out tells me things and helps out tremdiously. But I want to know more! What makes a stabilizer a good stabilizer and certain setups for different situations. I'm learning about different releases and purchased a chocolate lite. What is back tension shooting or release. I see it on video but not sure what I'm seeing. I really enjoy the technical side of this sport but in the end its all about form and consistancy and have a long ways to go. I shoot well but I see people who shoot awesome. What happen to our olympic shooters not much said on what happened or how they did??
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