trophy ridge static stabilizer input

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  1. Bowhunter728

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    does anybody have any experience with these stabilizers and are they any good. i have seen alot of good things and bad about them and wanted to see what people thought of them. i went to the local shop the other day but didn't have my bow with me to try them out. seem pretty well put together nothing really to over designed about it.
     
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    My buddy has one on his z7 and he loves it has no problems with it at all but I've never used one personally I use bstingers.
     
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    i was also looking at b stinger as well. its a toss up between the 2 of them. i just don't know which one to buy. i could always get the trophy first cause its so cheap and if i don't like it i could sell it or keep it and get a new one.
     
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    I have the 6"TR static on my mission ballistic and it's great. There's 2 weights you can adjust on the end to take off 1 or both, but I like both of them on. My bow case is too small by only 1" wide no matter way I try to put my bow in, so I have to take it off to put my bow back in my case, but that doesn't take long at all, just twist on and off. I definitely approve that stabilizer.


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    Is the six inch too small or like a perfect size cause it was between that and the 9 inch one
     
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    It's perfect size for me. I don't like a stabilizer going out much farther than the front vertical line of the bow. It's more room for error possibly bumping a branch or anything near when moving your bow after grabbing it. It's just more in your way if it's that long is how I see it. I only hunt out of treestands and sometimes a blind, but very rarely. I just like everything more compact. The weight of the 6" is perfect weight balance for me, so I have not tried the 9", I just went ahead and bought the 6". I would say it's not too small at all


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    I like how you can change the colors on them they have color kits if you like to add color my buddies is black with red dampers in it on a black and red z7 it looks cool.
     
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    Ya it definitely is cool that you can customize them.
     
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    I currently have the 9 inch model and it make a noticeable difference for me once I get to 40 yards and further.

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    Ya I'm debating on either the 6 or 9 inch right now lol. I don't wanna buy something and have it be wrong but I could always buy both and decide from there lol
     
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    If you think you'll make a 40 yd shot on a deer then go ahead and get the 9". I personally don't shoot any farther than 30 and even that's iffy for me even though I am very consistent even at 40 yards with the 6" stabilizer. If you target shoot a lot get the 9", if you just hunt and don't plan on shooting past 30 or 40, you can get the 6". It's all up to you of course and what you like. I'm really consistent at 40 yards with the 6", I just don't plan on shooting a deer that far.


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    Used one for a couple years looks good and is built well i bumped that thing thing into a lot of stuff and it held up great!
     
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    i just ordered a 6 inch version in black. !!!:moose:
     
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    well it finally came in and here it is on the bow IMG_0482.jpg
     
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    I just ordered the 9"
     

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