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G'day,

Just looking for some suggestions of a good stabilizer to put on my new Elite I34.

I only hunt, no target shooting for me and I guess you could say I'm the equivalent of a western spot and stalk hunter so my shots are out to that 70 yard range.

I've heard good things about B stinger but I'm open to suggestions.

cheers,

GSP
 

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Stabilizers are a personal choice. If you can try several out at your local pro shop. My personal favorite stabilizers are by KTech.
 

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B-Stingers are as good as it gets. I run 10" front and 8" rear on DCA mounts with QDs.

This kind of setup will be a bit bulkier than a single small front stab but it works much, much better and will shine at longer distances.
 

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Stokerized Stasis with quick release. I prefer it to my Dead Center and B Stinger setups and will be switching them out.
 

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check out Dead Center Stabilizers.
Dead Center has a great hunter package deal.
Front and Back bar with everything needed for your set up.
 

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I like the bee stingers and I also like the doinker platinum hunter real slick on dampening
 

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If you want adjustability, you get quite a big bang for your buck with the Crossover stabs.. Id recommend the 820.
 

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Time frame is yet to be determined, but Realtree camo will be available on the Crossover stabs. These are 820's on the bow. 8in to 20in in one stab.
 

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B-Stingers are as good as it gets. I run 10" front and 8" rear on DCA mounts with QDs.

This kind of setup will be a bit bulkier than a single small front stab but it works much, much better and will shine at longer distances.
That is exactly the same setup I use. The Dead Center quick-disconnects make it easy to pack up the bow. I just used a straight QD for the front, but for the back I used the " Short Rear Mount Heavy Duty Offset Bar with QDC Adjusting Arm". Both the stabilizers came with a variety of weights, and I was able to get my E-35 to balance as dead-even with the stabilizers in place as it does when bare.

Originally I added the stabilizers for target season, and thought I might take them off for hunting. But they made such a huge difference I couldn't go backwards!
 

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I've used several of the ones listed above, I'm currently shooting a Doinker Dish, it looks very different tan most, but it works really well
 

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Bee Stinger Sport Hunter Extreme is very good. So is the Doinker Flex Hunter. Go with at least an 8 or 10". The Cabela's Instinct Equalizer is good also.
 

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I just put a 6" Bee Stinger Sport Hunter Extreme on my Synergy and I can hold that bow quite steady on target.
 

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I run the b stinger extreme kit. 12 out front and 8 rear. I was amazed how much it shrunk my groups out past 50 yard.
This! I wished I had though of the side bar sooner, but I recently put one on and the difference is stark. It's much easier to hold stedy and I can't wait to test it at longer shots, as soon as things thaw out around here.
 

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I have two sets of B-Stingers 10" and 6" and a 10" and 8"... I also have a set of AAE Hot Rodz in 10 and 8".... no complaints on any of them.
 

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