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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
In this post, we’re going to review the Bee Stinger Pro Hunter Maxx. It’s one of Bee Stinger’s top-tier stabilizers—and maybe their top bow stabilizer overall—and there’s a lot we like about it. In fact, we think it’s one of the best bow stabilizers out there right now. But, because we’re a bunch of Negative Nancies, […]Continue reading
We’re big fans of Bee Stinger (and we’ll explain why in a moment), and we’ve used a number of their stabilizers. The Hunter Xtreme is one of their standouts, and we’ll discuss in detail why 1) we think it’s a truly good option, and 2) why it’s not perfect, and the (very few) features which […]Continue reading
In this post, we’ll provide our Truglo Deadenator XS Stabilizer review. It’s probably TRUGLO’s most popular stabilizer, and there are some pretty unique pros and cons to the model, so we’re happy to share our thoughts. We’ll start with a quick summary, and then give an overview of the company, because while there are a lot […]Continue reading
In this post, we’ll provide our Limbsaver Windjammer Stabilizer review. We’re fascinated by Limbsaver, because the focus of their company is VIBRATION, and how to decrease the amount of bow movement when you shoot. That may sound strange, but it’s actually a really fantastic way for a company to approach archery and bowhunting. Bows—even the high-end […]Continue reading