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My Apex currently does not have any limb savers on it at all...It is just a target bow but do you guys out there with Apex's think they make a big difference???
 

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Dont see the need

drtnshtr said:
My Apex currently does not have any limb savers on it at all...It is just a target bow but do you guys out there with Apex's think they make a big difference???
Because I have the STS on mine and it makes it so smooth.
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But lets just say I am not going to use an STS...
 

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For competition sake you do not need limbsavers. But, limbsavers do quiten the bow a little and stop some of the limb vibration. When I got my very first set I was shooting an MQ1 and I shot 10 to 12 shots with my eyes closed and then put the limb savers on and shot with my eyes closed and could tell some difference. I hunted with an Apex last year and with a Sims stabilizer, Limb savers, string Leechs and one set of the CSS things on the bottom of the limbs the bow was very quiet and vibration free, but that is a little overkill for a comp bow.
 

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I put Bowjax on mine and it helped quite a bit.My 06 Apex is loud but it's shooting 305fps,it shoots great but the noise was getting to me,I'd say the Jax cut the noise in half
 
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