for a new stabilizer company.. where would you start and why do you pick them?
I had an Easton long stabilizer
and it worked very well for me.
I just started using the Big Dawg products,
and his philosophy of ultra light weight and stiff components
in order to reduce the amount of weight at the end of the stabilizer
really does work quite well.
The closed cell foam "dawg bone" also works very effectively
as a moveable weight, and also dampens vibration tremendously.
My Big Dawg long front stabilizer definitely has a very different
very good feel compared to my Easton.
Both work great, but the feel on the Big Dawg is just more vibration free.
You couldn't tell unless you use both side by side.
Tightening up the groups also helps too.
I think that is primarily due to the lower total weight of the stabilizer.