I just bought a straight QD from him. Tell him to include the bowjax for $18.50 total. His QD works amazing. Buy it, enjoy it. :darkbeer:
me neither..would someone care to elaborate?I'm curiosu about this too. Getting ready to pick one up myself for a B-stinger and was debating between the 10 degree and the straight. I guess I don't fully understand the benefit of a 10 degree and why that would be better.
If you can use less weight and be more effective with an offset, why would anyone use a straight QD? Did I understand that correctly?You can use less weight more effectively. If you want to angle it to the side that way you don't have to use vbars on a hunting rig or something like that. Straight is just that. I have the Straight with the B sting on mine love it
Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the info. Disregard the PM.He's right. You have a lower center of gravity. For B Stingers, straight is the best option. Changing the angle will change how the bow holds. Guys get the 10s for those who don't have the upper body strenght to hold the bow very well...and need a lighter stab. Generally like senior archers and I would recommend a ten for something like an AEP. But I'm telling you the B Stingers have helped my so much. It's no gimmic look at all the guys that shoot them and all of the pros. They shoot them for a reason. Same one I do better groups. :secret:Btw...Blair has good quality