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2013 Bowtech Experience Bow Review #4089924 02/28/13 07:56 PM
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Re: 2013 Bowtech Experience Bow Review [Re: CenterShot] #4090538 03/01/13 12:24 AM
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What stabilizer would you recommend for this bow?

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Just depends on how you like your bow to react after the shot. I would try different lengths and weights until the bow reacts to your desired feel.


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Originally Posted By: RednekBoodaOutdoors
Just depends on how you like your bow to react after the shot. I would try different lengths and weights until the bow reacts to your desired feel.


That's so true Jerry, like buy a pair of shoes, they have to fit just right and not everyone shoots the same way. I have spent tons on getting the right balance Jim Posten made a lot of money from me from stabs and blance bars for each competiton bow.

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