Trophy Ridge Static Stabilizer
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The Trophy Ridge Static Stabilizer has multiple benefits to offer shooters. Two of the most important, would be it helps absorb bow vibration thanks to its durable rubber coating and it also helps archer's hold on target more steadily. These universal stabilizers work with any name brand bow and offer three great color patterns to choose from. Wrist sling included!
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*Its longer than 9"....closer to 11" which may be a problem for some hard shell cases. No biggie, I just remove it when I'm storing the bow for travel. It also comes with a wrist strap, and mount.
One, this is a quality product with no shoddiness about it. It looks great on my bow, and the weights add a nice touch of adjustability that my other stabilizers never had. They were essentially steel rods covered in rubber. Not the case here! It's a quality product that actually weighs less than the stabilizer that was on my bow before, but because of the placement of the weight at the end, it does a better job with less weight!
Two it really does an excellent job of stabilizing your bow. I've always had the problem of having to anticipate where my aim will be in relation to the natural sight travel of my bow and then pulling the trigger on the release. It always made the whole process a big guessing game and does not bode well towards accuracy. On a side note though it did force me to learn proper form and to minimize the improper techniques that I had learned when I first started shooting. I really wasn't expecting this stabilizer to stabilize my shot as much as it did. So I was surprised and even said "Whoa" to myself after my first shot. I ended up removing both of the weights from the end and am waiting on a new sight to come in the mail. So we'll see if I need to add a weight or two once I throw that baby on. Oh yeah and that just so happens to be a trophy ridge sight too, haha..... I swear I'm not a salesperson for them. Buy this stabilizer, it works.
P.S. I researched the six inch version a bit before committing to buying the nine inch and I'm happy with my purchase. Like I said I currently have both weights off of this stabilizer so it may be that the six inch would have worked fantastic with a weight or two on the end. My bow weighs 3.17 pounds so a heavier bow may need to use a weight or two on the end, and probably would have fit inside of my bow case too. Either way it's still a fantastic stabilizer and I am more than satisfied.
The wrist strap that comes with it is very nice.