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How many 3D shooters use offset or V bars w/ their long rods?

I would like to get my bow going for 3D and was looking for suggestions.

Mathews Conquest 2, I have a 30" cartel carbon aluminum front rod.

Local club won't have any 3D shoots till spring so i can't just go watch and ask, and I'd like to shoot some indoor w/ my set up during the winter.

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My thoughts

Side bar helps balance the bow on the left side due to the weight on the right from your sight. I can almost stand my bow up right on its own.

One thing that you might try is the vibekiller on that C2. You can find a picture in classifiads. I have an sts on my apex7 but have the vibekiller ordered. Would make your bow smoother for sure.

Here my 3d bow.
 

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Yea it is def. a harsh bow. I'm using a similar prestabilizer shock piece since the cartel carbon aluminum is mainly a counterweight, that removes some shock through it. Before my end weights would occasionally vibrate loose (bzzzzt)

Shooting and learning.
 

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I have a Conquest 2 and I rigged it out with Shrewd stabilizers and back bars. The front stabilizer is a 32" and the back bars are 10" each.
 

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3d set

Bowtech Old Glory with 24" Doinker on front and 9" Doinkers on back bars
have been playing with the weight to on left side to change balance point
 
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