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03.13.2017 | Categories: Archery Tips, Equipment Setup

David Houser on stabilizers for indoor archery

On a 40 cm Vegas target face, the X-ring is the size of a penny. The indoor, compound target archer who most consistently hits that tiny ring from 18 meters away, undoubtedly will win the day. To do that over the course of a 30- or 60-arrow round requires a steady hand. And that’s where […]

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08.05.2016 | Categories: Video, Archery Tips, Equipment Setup

Bowhunting Tech Tip: Stabilizers

In this video, Lancaster Archery Supply TechXpert P.J. Reilly talks about the use of stabilizers for bowhunting setups. Reilly walks through factors bowhunters should consider when choosing a stabilizer for their compound bow, such as the amount and distribution of weight they are willing to carry into the woods. Along the way, he also discusses […]

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08.07.2015 | Categories: Video, Product Reviews

Bee Stinger Sport Hunter Xtreme 10.8 Kit

The Bee Stinger Sport Hunter Xtreme 10.8 Kit is discussed in this product review by Lancaster Archery Supply TechXPert Justus Leimbach. The kit features a 10-inch front bar and an 8-inch side rod. That’s where the “10.8” in the name comes from. Inside the package, you also get the mounting bracket, which allows you to […]

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07.20.2015 | Categories: Video, Product Info, Product Reviews

Bee Stinger Premiere Plus Stabilizer and Side Rod

The Bee Stinger Premier Plus Stabilizer  and Side Rod system is discussed in this video by Lancaster Archery Supply TechXPert Justus Leimbach. The system consists of a front stabilizer, which comes in six lengths from 20-36 inches, and a side rod, which comes in 10, 12 or 15 inches. The two pieces are sold separately, […]

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07.09.2015 | Categories: Product Info, Selection Guides

Do you really need a stabilizer for your bow?

One of the questions we hear from new archers all the time is, “What is that thing sticking out from the front of the bow? “A stabilizer,” we reply. Inevitably, there’s the follow-up question, “Do I really need a stabilizer?” That’s a personal choice. The simplest answer is, “No, you don’t need a stabilizer to […]

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