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Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? #5558774 01/22/15 11:47 PM
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I'm looking at the Truglo whatever. Good? Only reason I don't want Octane is because it's not in LC.
Thanks for help

Re: Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? [Re: chital_shikari] #5558831 01/23/15 12:10 AM
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I'm shooting a tru-glo. It seems to do the job.


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Re: Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? [Re: chital_shikari] #5563341 01/25/15 05:10 PM
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I don't even use one or a wrist strap. I'm not real sure how one would be better than the other really.

Re: Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? [Re: chital_shikari] #5563483 01/25/15 06:30 PM
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I just feel it helps me keep steady. Shooting a bow without a wrist strap just feels weird because I'm so used to it.

Re: Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? [Re: chital_shikari] #5563523 01/25/15 06:52 PM
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I have the axion on my new bow, but it isn't 8". I have the forward and rear stabilizer on it now. The balance of the bow is important to me.


Re: Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? [Re: chital_shikari] #5564298 01/26/15 02:28 AM
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I had an octane cylinder come apart while shooting, bee-stinger only way to go...imho

Re: Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? [Re: txshntr] #5577926 02/02/15 02:26 PM
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Originally Posted By: txshntr
I have the axion on my new bow, but it isn't 8". I have the forward and rear stabilizer on it now. The balance of the bow is important to me.


I bought the Axion when I bought my new bow. I have all the stabilizers in it and I like fine.

Re: Good, long(<8") Lost Camo stabilizer? [Re: chital_shikari] #5578108 02/02/15 04:14 PM
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Axion or this one I like the feel of.

http://www.trophyridge.com/bow-stabilizers/static-stabilizer

You can no longer buy the mercury stabilizer that is on my bow.

I do not worry about camo patterns, so long as the accessory doesn't shine and helps me shoot better I could care less about which camo company I am supporting with a purchase.

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