For a hunting bow I'd say you don't need a angled quick disconnect. It ain't a target bow.What is the advantage to a disconnect that points the stabilizer down? And why are they not used as often in hunting as they are in target? Or is that just my perception? Looking to buy a disconnect but not sure which to go with.
This!! I want to know what gremlin is getting into my stabilizer bag and twisting that darn barrel nut. A twist or so to take the stabilizer off, 5 twists of the nut before there is any hopes of putting it back on.I have both a straight and 10 degree quick disconnect. The word "quick" is just a word. None I know of today is as fast as the Pro Release (no longer made) I still have. It's like a air coupling - pull sleeve to remove or install. It's off and on that fast. Quick disconnects will let remove in a twist or two, but try installing and see if don't back off the barrel nut a bunch.