Do you use the same stabilizer for hunting as you use for target shooting? I use the same bow for both. I use a s-coil right now, but I am thinking about getting something a little longer with some weight for target shooting.
i used the s-coil last hunting season but,just bought an extreme stab. 10".you won't believe the difference when you use a true stabilizer.all the weights come with them and are adjustable,and 10" seems to be a good length to do it all 3d,hunt,target,etc.
I find the best of both worlds in the B-Stinger stabilizer. For 3D and indoors I use a 12" 11oz. For hunting I alternate an 8.5 inch bar with a 12" with the 11oz weight. The heavier the weight at the end of a stiff carbon tube as is the B-Stinger, the more the pin "sticks" to what I'm aiming at. It's almost like cheating it seems sometimes.:wink:
You can also tune your bow to your specs by just changing tube lengths and end weights for the perfect combination.:thumbs_up
Your S-coil may take out a slight bit of noise, but does very little if any for stabilization. Noise should be attacked from where it originates....your bowstring.
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