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Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by GETHOOKED, Jul 12, 2007.
just got the new Mathew's drenalin, and wanted to know what stabilizer would be best to put on it?
that Sims S-coil is supposed to work pretty well
I second that, a Simms S-Coil. It's short, compact and does a great job at a great price.
I like the new Fuse stabilizers. I have one on my bow and love it!:wink:
i like the sims but i recomend take your bow to a bow shop and shoot it with several differnet ones see what you like......:big_smile:
I have found that all a stablizer does for me is add weight to my bow .I shoot an old Bear white tail 70lb 31" draw .Maybe the newer bows need them .You may want to shoot with out it to find out if you realy need it.my shooting improved with out it .
I love the sims s coil too. Not a bad price
the s-coil is a very good one and it doesnt cost much-and the drenalin is a good bow too
i've been seeing more people not useing stabilizers
I agree with Mule, I've never used a stabilizer they just add weight that I don't need to carry.
The best stabilizer is a well tuned bow and a well rehearsed archer.