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How you guys like them? Im curently using a fuse carbon blade 10"
 

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Love them! I use them on both my bows. I probably won't use the side bar next year as I think it is a bit bulky for hunting, but other than that I am very happy with them!
 

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I'm using the Sport Hunter Xtreme Stabilizer - 6" on my carbon spyder 30 and I really like the way it balances for me. Thinking about trying the 8"
 

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There's not a better "stabilizer" available out there than B-Stinger, sure there may be better vibration dampeneing devices out there posing as stabilizers...but they are NOT a "stabilizer". In regards to the actual purpouse & excucution of the stabilization function, the B-Stinger Pro Hunter is king.
 

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I'll confess I use a stabilizer to balance my bow on my knee while sitting waiting on a deer on stand. The bow makes less noise on the shot but I don't feel it makes me more accurate for a hunting shot.
 

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B Stinger does look the coolest I agree and would actually work the way a stab is supposed to.
 

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I had a pair of Fuse Blades on my Spyder Turbo. I wasn't a big fan of them other than their looks. The Bee Stingers don't look quite as nice, but not ugly by any means. What's important to me is that the Stingers work so much better!
 

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I had a pair of Fuse Blades on my Spyder Turbo. I wasn't a big fan of them other than their looks. The Bee Stingers don't look quite as nice, but not ugly by any means. What's important to me is that the Stingers work so much better!
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I'll confess I use a stabilizer to balance my bow on my knee while sitting waiting on a deer on stand. The bow makes less noise on the shot but I don't feel it makes me more accurate for a hunting shot.
I agree. However, I do have some stand where a 35 plus yard shot is available and keep one on for those chances. Under 35 I feel they are not necessary.
 

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Love B-Stingers for hunting - been using them for years. I think they improve hold and accuracy when properly set up. I use a front and back bar.
 

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Big fan, and they do make a difference,
 

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Thanks guys
 
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