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    hunting stabalizer

    Im looking for a real good stabalizer for hunting and im not sure on what brands to look for. I have my eye on carbon impact gel ultra stabalizers but are the other reallly good ones that you would recomend



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    The Doinkers work well for me.
    Bowtech Allegiance
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    Stealth Archery "Hunter" models.......

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    I will 2nd the Stealth Models....dual chamber design that does a really good job of eliminating shock and noise in all the bows i have put it on. Easton94
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    i like my alpine "six shooter" 4 inch stab. it works very well at absorbing the vibration and especially great with balance.

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    Sims makes a great stablizer. They take a lot of the noise and vibration out of a bow.

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    I'd go with a Stealth. I've had 2 of them and loved them both. They come in camo patterns this year.

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    Sims all the way

    The Sims S coil stablizer is the best 20 dollars ive ever spent.

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    SIMS does it again

    I also agree with the S-Coil, great little stabilizer. And Wally World has the black ones for @$15.
    I practice catch and release hunting.

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    s coil definately. works great and very cheap.

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    Every stabilizer mentioned here is a GREAT product. There are so many quality stabilizers that actually work on the market today you almost can't pick a bad one. That being said, I chose the Carbon Impact Super Fat for my Mathews over a Doinker and a few others because it just seemed to do a better job with this particular bow.

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    The fuse stabilizers are really nice. They come in a bunch of lengths so you can pick the one which balances your bow the best. I have one on my VTEC.

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