The 7in limbsaver stabilizer

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  1. Root

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    Alright I am thinking of purchasing the 7in limbsaver S-coil stabilizer, but before I do make any purchase I was wondering if it makes a difference? I am restoring a bow right now an old Browning Mirage Hunter; but hey it shoots so beautifully when I had nothing on it and now since I have invested time and money it is well lets just say Im getting some amazing results.
    But I do want to know if it's a great stabilizer?
     
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    They will absord vibration for sure. Even the small ones work great for that. But I don't know how well it will stabilize the bow. I have a 6" on my Chill, and an 8" on my Hoyt. Each bow is a bit different as to what works and what don't. Your best bet is to try as many as you can and see what works with your bow and shooting style.
     
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    The Limbsaver stab is not my favorite. Vibration damping is mediocre at best, and when it comes to stabilization, it is completely worthless.

    If you just want something to fill the stab mout hole in a bow that you otherwise enjoy shooting (without a stab), it is fine. If you are looking for any kind of performance enhancement, you'll be disappointed.


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    Whitetail Die Hard Bowhunter

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    It's just a paperweight to me. Look at KTech.
     

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