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B-Stringer stabilizer???Is it worth it?

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Hey guys... has anyone tried or is using the B-Stringer Stabilizer on there bows? Is it worth it? Does it work?

Thanks guys.....
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step 1: grab a comfy seat
step 2: get a brew or a nice cup of joe
step 3: search "bstinger" on AT
step 4: read for HOURS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"is it worth it?" short answer, yes
 

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Absolutely!! :):)
 

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Aint tried anything else, if there is better, WOW, dont know how it could be better.
 

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step 1: grab a comfy seat
step 2: get a brew or a nice cup of joe
step 3: search "bstinger" on AT
step 4: read for HOURS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

"is it worth it?" short answer, yes
LOL!!! ..... yep what he said
 

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yes sir! I am a dealer of them now. so if i can be of any help let me know. I have some good prices.
 

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I tried one at the range, went home and ordered one up. Love it!
 

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For stabilization, they are awesome. They do have a tendency to have some lingering vibration, due to the fact that they are so rigid, your bow holds the "twang" instead of transferring it to an absorbant like on other stabs. I would definitely go with one, just put some bowjax around it, that helps a ton. Get a quick-disconnect. Blair is very informative and again they do work for stabilization.
 
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