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Hi all,
I recently acquired a new compound target bow, a Martin Scepter 4.
I'm going to purchase a new rear mount string suppressor as it was without one when I acquired it.

2 part question:

1) Is there any advantage to having a straight one vs. one where the rubber stopper is offset? What's the difference if any?

2) Any good recommendations out there from the group?


Thank in advance for your always expert and helpful advice and Happy New Year!
 

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I haven't seen any advantages vs straight or offset SS. Check out bow rattler stops. They are built great with a ton of adjustments
 

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They all work the same. Straight or bent rod is determined by the style you buy and what will work on your bow. The advantage of a bent rod is it will make it easier to postion the stop to the string.
 

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Bow Rattler. I prefer the straight modles.
 

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I prefer the two that get me closer to my nock. Above and below. [ Later
 

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I have been using KTech KSB1 in place of factory string stops. They work very well, and Kerry is very easy to do business with.

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Kerry is a great guy and produces top quality stuff. He stopped in the shop last night for awhile. I use all his stuff on my bows.
 
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