I love the GT-500. It does not need a lot of forward weight hanging out there like a PSE X-Force. Anything over 8 oz will tip the bow pretty fast after the shot. I found 2 stablizers that work...the Doinker carbon rod w/6 oz. weight, and the Smooth Stability w/1 weight ring.
The GT-500 only needs 6-8 oz hanging at 12" or less to counter the little bit of left torque after the shot.
I tried a Bomar 16 oz and B-Stinger 14...WAY too much weight for the bow. It is pretty well balanced from the get go...and really does not have any vibration that requires much rubber goods hanging out there.
After shooting many different stabs im sold on the Paradigm sos
its 3 stabs in one, has a built in disconnect and offset and it comes with 8 internal 3/4oz half moon shaped weights. that will go anywhere ou want on it. if you want more end weight you can buy a 8.5oz weight for it called the dead weight. if you want to also use it for other things you can add extra tubes to make it as long as you want really.
there $120 but right now he is having a sale on them. i think 15% off
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