Posted 04 January 2007 - 07:08 AM
Anyone have experience with these? Saw an aweful lot of 'em last year at the IBO in Bedford.
Posted 04 January 2007 - 10:43 PM
PA IHEA & NBEF/IBEP Instructor
Posted 16 January 2007 - 06:35 AM
Now I'm considering sights and stabilizer combo's. I've been through the IBO classes time and again and I'm liking the Bowhunter Release (MBR) class. No restriction on stabilizer (different than the Hunter Class), but fixed sights (Unlike the Bowhunter Open class). I like stretching myself to 45 yards over 35 yards too.
I've never used a long stabilizer and have no clue how to pick one out. I've seen some that are in the 30" range with different weights that can be attached to the end for different lever effect. I've also seen the three carbon shaft type with a moveable weight. Then there are the balancing weights and V-bar, some have an offset - good grief!!! No clue where to start.:read:
Sights are all over the place too. I know I'm looking for some sort of dovetail type that will get the pins further away from the riser (I believe the further out in front the front sight(s) are the more sensitive the sight is to movement - pointing out movement helps an archer increase down range accuracy) No lenses or magnification is allowed in MBR, but I still want the round aperature with a level. :coffee:
Any recommendations on stabilizers and sights? :hmm:
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