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    Any Mathews Z7 Extreme Shooters with Stabilizer Recommendations ?

    Hey people,
    Any advise will be greatly appreciated..
    I have a Mathews Extreme Z7, I love the bow, I use a spot Hogg Hunter with .19 pins as I have on other Mathews Bows, although with the shorter ATA I find it more difficult to hold steady with the tiny stabilizer That is about 5 Inches long and weighs about 5 OZ.
    I would like to keep it a max of about 10 Inches long and about an overall 8 To 10 Oz in weight, Im Guessing.
    Z7 people please let me know what you are using, and If you hold steady or not, I am using it for Hunting and some 3D shooting
    Thanks in advance ...



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    I have had a B stinger in My monster and loved it.. How do you like it on the Z7? Have any issues holding steady?

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    I know my fav for my Z7, was the Doinker DISH.
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    I have an axion 4in on mine works well.
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    Have a 10" 11oz b stinger. Love it.

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    6 " Sokerized Hunter with the bowjax on the end. It is not heavy,not so much for stabalization but for vibration and noise. I did check it out on my old bow which vibrates a lot bare just to see what impact it had, I was impressed to say the least at it's ability to dampen both noise and vibration. I definately like the way the extreme shoots with it on and the noise level.
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    The Z7 is already a very quiet bow, In my opinion... I need to hold steadier.. I shoot a destroyer 340 with a longer ATA and with no stabilizer and hold just fine..

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    try an octane 11.5 in Infinity camo, It blends in real well and that is what most of the guys are putting on here...
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    The 8.5in 11oz B-Stinger works great. I shoot out to 60m(66yards) with great results.
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    Quote Originally Posted by baz77 View Post
    I have an axion 4in on mine works well.
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    Doinker 6" Dish Hunter. 8.5 oz. It does help settle the pins down. I tried a 10" dish but didn't like it as much as the 6" hunter.
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    I'M shooting A 8" Smooth Stability .Works great.
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    I like my Ktech 5, for me the bow shoots better with a harmonic damper in it rather than the harmonic stabilizer. Most everyone who has been around me when shooting have commented on how "quiet" my bow is at the shot.

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    I have the Ktech5 also and although it looks like it was made for the bow, it doesn't help me hold the bow. I took it off and put a B-Stinger on.

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    Thanks for all the replies, Please keep them coming..

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    I also shoot the ktech 5inch with the harmonic dampener instead of the harmonic stabilizer. It holds good for me , really quiet and it looks good on the bow.

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    Im shooting an Axion GLZ 5", got some 4" groups at 60 yards today with my Xtreme. She is shooting great!


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    Set it up like Levi Morgan does his...A 14" to 18" windbar on the front and a 12" back bar, you'll be just as good of a shot as Levi then, lol.
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    keep them coming. Thanks

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    Thanks for all the advise... I think I will try the axion 5".. Best of luck to you all.. Can someone tell me how to close a thread? I cannot find it anywhere..

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