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#16 Hatchet Jack

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Posted 13 August 2009 - 04:56 AM

I find one axiom true for me - guns and bows - heavier is more stable. In the hills of southern Indiana I'm constantly shooting up, down and across hills and valleys. I use my level bubble on every three-D and every hunting shot. The more weight below the mid-point of the riser, the more the bow hangs like a plumb bob and finds it's level more quickly. The heavier the bow, the more stable it is at full draw - no question.

So, I hang weight on the stabilizer (mine is 12" with a quick disconnect) and on back, straight out the back - no back stabs, just weight. I balance it forward a bit for the correct follow-through. All that is done in the off season and three-d shoots. In a hunting situation I just level, aim and kill. My stabilizer is a 12" Posten Woodsman. It allows the addition of extra weights on the end if needed. I have a bojax on my quick disconnect and on the end of the stabilizer.

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#17 Whistle Pig

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Posted 13 August 2009 - 08:16 AM

Sure I'd be interested... I emailed the Posten's last week about getting one in Lost and they said it would be an additional $40. Right now I don't have one on the bow and I'm keeping a consistent 7" group at 40yds... this from a guy who up until this summer always shot traditional (w/ a recurve) and kept it to 20yds.

Well besides the B-Stinger and Feather Lite, I've found another guy Phil Long a Mathews Prostaffer that has designed two specifically for the Monster and the Reezen. I sent him an email and he's sending me some information.

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#18 David Clayton Harrison

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Posted 30 September 2009 - 11:36 PM

7 inch doinker wild thang is what i would try on that reezen

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Posted 13 March 2010 - 05:31 PM

8.5" B-Stinger 11oz weight with a coolhandluke or B-Stinger quick disconnect.You won't regret it..
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Posted 13 March 2010 - 10:07 PM

12" B-stinger for me. Shrunk my 60 yard groups almost in half. I also have the LimbSaver Elite Hunter and Modular stabilizers. The B-Stinger really shines at longer distances. At least it does for me.




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