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Old 02-27-2012, 07:50 PM   #1
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I have a older High country supreme (Mid 90's) model. What would be a good stabilizer for this bow? I know the bow is old but i have to use what i can right now...It has a saunders torque tamer on it now...

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What are you using the bow for?
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[QUOTE=dbdcougar;312902]What are you using the bow for?[/QUOTE

i am just going to be useing it for target shooting.. Mabey try and do some tournaments with it...
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OK, now it depends on exactly what kind of target shooting; 3D has restrictions depending on what class you want to shoot in for example.
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OK, now it depends on exactly what kind of target shooting; 3D has restrictions depending on what class you want to shoot in for example.
I would like to do the 3D but i have no clue as to what the rules are.. There is a local 3d shoot on march 24. What class do they have? What be a good for beginner?

Now there is a local archery clum here on the mountain and i am going to check with them and see what is needed as far as what equipment i would need to bring..
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3D: We use IBO rules around here but I'm going to assume being in TN they will be using ASA rules? I'm not very familiar with ASA clubs and sometimes the local shoots will be modified to suit conditions. Here's a link:
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well i am just getting started into the sport and i was hopeing to find a all around good stabilizer for my old bow.. I want something that will absorb the shock. My bow seems to have a lot. when i have the kwikee kwiver full of arrows i can shoot about 2 or 3 and the others are slipping down. They seem to be clipping into the lower rubber mount pretty good.. i am thinking it just has a lot of shock.... I have the bow draw weight at 56 pounds...
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So you are looking for reducing the hand shock more than dealing with the bow balance; OK, then I'd take a look at the Doinker DISH.
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