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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by J.C., Feb 5, 2008.
They've updated the site. here 'tis.......:biggrin1:
Me likes that hunter stab...eace:
nothing really exciting there as usual
looks ok :bored: :bored:
I went with a POSTEN woodsmanII with carbon insert insted!!eace:
what's with all the hatin'.....:noidea:
your telling me you dont think they look a little FAMILIER???
maybe he should sue.....:noidea:
Is there anyone selling these online?
I'm not sure. I haven't heard if they are going to be catalog and online, or pro shop only. I've seen the Hostage rests in Gander Mountain.
:laugh: :laugh: :laugh:
Wow...buncha haters. I'll admit that my first impression was that they were Posten'esque....but i like 'em. The camo with the bright red center tube matches me bow. :biggrin1:
...I just like to keep my Money local when I can...Plus I dont want to wait 15 weeks to get one because non of my local dealers like Bowtech.
Not to mention they already get 750 bucks from me every other year for a new bow.
Pretty sad to judge when most people haven't seen or held them unless you went to the ATA show.
Now if you saw them in person and don't like them, then fine I can respect that.
I'll let you know as soon as they start coming in.:biggrin1:
If i really had any interest in holding or looking at one in person Id just walk across the street from my work and go to the factory :tongue1:
I'll admit I've never seen any of the afore mentioned stabilizers in person but to me the only similarities are that they have holes in them.
Features of the Octane stabilizers include;
The piston action directs any movement away from the bow and toward the target, eliminating vertical, horizontal and lateral stabilizer movement. In addition to the dampening attributes, Octane stabilizers enhance accuracy by keeping the bow in line with the target during launch, taming any torque induced by the shooter.
The engineered cutouts dissipate vibrations caused by the bow, creating a quiet and balanced shot.
The inner tube of the stabilizer contains a proprietary dampening material that absorbs any vibration from the bow, providing increased shootability and a quieter shot.
Engineered cutouts provide the lightest, stiffest tube possible. The bulk of the weight is placed at the far end of the stabilizer to magnify the stabilizing effect.
So you're only purpose was to bash the product. :noidea:
If you have something constructive to say, please post. But if your only purpose is to bash companies and their products, please refrain from posting. Other forums are complete bash fests and we do not want that here.