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    The Best Hunting Stabilizer?

    What do you guys think is the best hunting stabilizer on the market today?

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    im sticking with my bstinger

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lawnboi View Post
    im sticking with my bstinger
    Me too.

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    I like my Trinity Archery

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    NAP apache is pretty nice for what it is.

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    B-stinger X3

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    Doinker DISH.

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    For shooting hunter class 3D I'd go with my B-Stinger or my Doinker Dish{and I got them all}but all things considered,especially clearance and functionality I always go with my Fuse Sidekick;it's my "Git-er Done"stab!!!

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    Octane anyone???

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    B-stinger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by STC ARCHER View Post
    What do you guys think is the best hunting stabilizer on the market today?
    NONE of them ALL of them. There is not answer to this question. The best one is that one that works the best with YOUR set up and FEEL.
    I have 4 different hunting stabilizers and depending on HOW and what set up I'm using determines the stabilizer used. Like I said there is not "best" only the one that works for you.
    Have a good day and a better hunt

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    I have been shooting a 7 inch octane and have really been liking it and planning on hunting with it.

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    Bowjax Maxjax 7"! It has been PERFECT on several bows. Cost less than most too!
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    have to agree with this one . not one stab worked on all my bows . always something different, wieght, length, to balance it correctly. right now using a fuse on my invasion, works great to balance it,and soaks up vibration
    Quote Originally Posted by Dale_B1 View Post
    NONE of them ALL of them. There is not answer to this question. The best one is that one that works the best with YOUR set up and FEEL.
    I have 4 different hunting stabilizers and depending on HOW and what set up I'm using determines the stabilizer used. Like I said there is not "best" only the one that works for you.

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    Thanks guys for your answers! Please give me some more. I sell many of the ones mentioned, but i can't really tell a difference. Testing the ones i carry, the new NAP Apache works really well. The X-Factor stabilizer also seems to work really well.

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    I used to swear I would never switch from B-Stinger, then I shot one from CenterPunch - they performed just as good as the B-stingers (I can't tell which arrow is which when grouping at 40yds) but they look better!

    http://centerpunchstabilizers.com/

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    You're going to have to shoot a few and answer that question for yourself. The one that works best for me is the Doinker 8" mini dish hunter. I had thought that I wanted the full dish in 12" until I was able to try a few of them out.
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    Will pro shops let you go in and try stabilizers on their indoor ranges? I only have one proshop nearby and their selection is pretty small.

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    Another vote NAP Apache. I love mine, works great.

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    I'm a fan of the Doinker Mini Dish Hunter as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Iamspartacus View Post
    Will pro shops let you go in and try stabilizers on their indoor ranges? I only have one proshop nearby and their selection is pretty small.
    In our shop we encourage trying before buying them.
    Have a good day and a better hunt

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    Really like the 12" B-Stinger with the 8 oz. out front on my CRX..
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    I'm starting to really like my 7 1/4" Elite doinker.
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