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    I actually started to do that a while back, then got side tracked and it never thought much about again until today.......probably take all of 5 or 10 minutes if I'd just get off my rear end and do it.
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    I use a low riser mounted quiver..it is not too bad, discoverd if i place my pinky on staby it naturaly rights the bow.. works for me but i will say I have Large Paw
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Thanks for all your input.

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    i just recently bought the 11.5" octane piston style stabilizer. havent actually shot with it on yet, but i tried everything under 10" and none worked the way i wanted. and i was looking for both stabilization and noise dampening. im just a little anal about noise though. but it looks to be top notch workmanship and looks like it will work very well. should be out shooting this weekend, if anybody cares i could do a quick write up about it when im done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thatguy View Post
    i just recently bought the 11.5" octane piston style stabilizer. havent actually shot with it on yet, but i tried everything under 10" and none worked the way i wanted. and i was looking for both stabilization and noise dampening. im just a little anal about noise though. but it looks to be top notch workmanship and looks like it will work very well. should be out shooting this weekend, if anybody cares i could do a quick write up about it when im done.
    Yes,that is one of my picks for my new stabilizer,so love to hear your thoughts on it.
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    ill be shooting it this weekend, most likely. but ill tell you this much, having that weight way out where it is helps balance it at full draw better than the little doinker style i had before. if you havent really read about it, there are two 1oz weights on the very end on the piston that can be added to or removed by way of a set screw. and it just feels like a quality peice of equipment, so i have high expectations from it. only thing left is to find out how it takes care of "recoil". and im not real concered about how long it is, ill be hunting mostly out of stands without the bar around the front. so the 11.5 is perfect for me.

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