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Is the Octane piston-action stabilizer worth the money? It's only $50.

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  • rudyglove27
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    Go ahead and get it!!!

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  • Hoytbowhunter
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    I do not own this stablizer however I had looked at it before i settled on doinkers 7in multi-rod which I love however is slightly more expensive then the Octane. The octane however was my secound choice and is a great stablizer which is worth the money for sure.

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  • hjohn429
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    I already have one, and it works great. But the Octane is supposed to keep the bow in-line withyour target using a piston-action.

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  • mdhager115
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    Octane makes great products, but, yes, they cost a lot of money. If you dont want to spend the money, get the S Coil stabilizer from limbsaver. I have one and its only $20. Its great and doubles as vibration reduction.

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  • Is the Octane piston-action stabilizer worth the money? It's only $50.

    Is the Octane piston-action stabilizer worth the money? It's only $50.

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