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I havent broke down and bought a stabilizer yet, do I really need one?

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  • rudyglove27
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    You definitely need one for sure!!!

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  • shane mcelroy
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    i would i think it helps alot and they dont cost very much

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  • FishontheFly
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    I have one, but I actually shoot better without it.

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  • Big C
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    I have heard they really make a difference but I don't have one yet either.

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  • hjohn429
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    Steve182 is right. Iuse an s-coil and it works great. Usually the heavier the stabilizer, the better it works.

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  • hjohn429
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    I would deffinetly suggest buying one even if you are already a good shot.

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  • steve182
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    You don't NEED one but it will help your accurracy, quiet and balance your bow. The Simms S coils are great and fairly cheap. Get one. They are compact too. 9" is not needed or practical for hunting

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  • adaboshi
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    I don't know if you "need" one BUT next to a release a 9 or more inch stabilizer is one of the most accuracy improving pieces of equipment you can buy.

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  • T
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    If I were you I would definitely buy one. They do help alot.

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  • koeka
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    if you are going to hold your draw for awhile till you get that shot? most definitely...

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  • MLH
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    Try a few at a pro shop. I have several and found that each has different effects on my bow. Ended up using a combination to help both balance and vibration. My groups are noticeably better.

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  • rezavoirdog
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    You'll tighten your groups, and eliminate hand shock and vibration that is tranferred from your limbs to the riser of your bow. As above everyone is mentioning a $20.00 one, which I believe is the Limbsaver S-Coil, which I have and pretty much most bowhunters use.

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  • buckhunter
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    It will reduce vibration and balance your bow. It is by no means required though but highly reccomended.

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  • mdhager115
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    Yea, because they make you much steadier. They also dont cost very much. You can get a good one for $20.

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  • sayerbefiddlin
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    I havent shot with one for years but I do agree the reason to have one is for quietness and shock absorbsion. I belived that it was just added weight to my bow. I do not like to carry around a heavy bow. But the stabilizers I have heard of lately might not be so bad. I might rethink it.

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