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If you’re new to archery, you’ve probably seen a few stabilizers, and if you’ve ever tried to select one for your bow, you’ve probably been absolutely amazed at how complicated a simple rod can be. In this post, we’ll help de-mystify one of archery’s most simple—and yet, surprisingly, most helpful—tools: the stabilizer.Functions of a Bow StabilizerOur […]Continue reading
There’s a reason why so many bows come with a bow stabilizer attached, and that’s because stabilizers can provide in an incredible amount of accuracy to your shots. They may feel unwieldy at first, but when used properly, they can be a tremendous advantage when it comes to shot-after-shot precision. So below, we’ll go over our […]Continue reading
Bee Stinger makes three main stabilizers (the Sport Hunter Xtreme, the Pro Hunter Maxx, and the MicroHex), and we like each of them. The MicroHex, however, is perhaps the most interesting product—it utilizes some really fascinating tech, and it’s got a unique design that you don’t usually see on high-end stabilizers. We really like this one—although we […]Continue reading
If you ask around, you’ll probably find a lot of people who have a lot of good things to say about the Trophy Ridge Static Stabilizer, and we think that’s just about right. We’re big fans as well, and while we do have a few (albeit minor) gripes with the Static—which we’ll discuss below—we think […]Continue reading
We’ve gotten this question a couple of times, so in this post, we’ll quickly describe the differences between the Bee Stinger Sport Hunter Xtreme vs. the Pro Hunter Maxx. While they may seem pretty similar, and both make our list of the top stabilizers on the market, there are actually a few small differences that […]Continue reading