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New Bow Stabilizers for 2019

New Bow Stabilizers for 2019
TRUGLO Cadence Stabilizer (Jeff Phillips photo)

Stabilization on your bow setup can be a crucial factor in that moment of truth while hunting. Here are the best new stabilizer options from the 2019 ATA Show!

Bee Stinger MicroHex Counterslide Stabilizer

Bee Stinger MicroHex Counterslide Stabilizer

Each and every bow setup is different and unique in its own right. Whether you’re hunting or target shooting, achieving perfect balance and offsetting the weight of the sight, quiver and other accessories on your bow is not a simple task. Bee Stinger is attacking that issue with the release of the MicroHex Counterslide Stabilizer. The exclusive Countervail Technology is able to deliver 40 percent less vibration with five individual 1-ounce weights and a sliding bracket to make minute adjustments to get that perfect balance on your bow. By allowing additional weight distribution both forward and back, the MicroHex Counterslide offsets the weight of the sight, quiver and other accessories. The MicroHex Counterslide from Bee Stinger is available in five color options with a standard mount. Dovetail mounts are sold separately.

LimbSaver Spartan Stabilizer

LimbSaver Spartan Stabilizer

LimbSaver has been a strong supplier in the vibration dampening segment of the archery world for three decades now. With the application of their proprietary state of the art technology, LimbSaver is adding a new stabilizer to the lineup this year – the super-compact Spartan Stabilizer. The Spartan is a 4.25-inch-long, 4-ounce stabilizer manufactured with hunters in mind. With a compact profile and a lightweight body, hunters will be able to maneuver in confined spaces and thick brush, ultimately giving you an extra advantage in the woods. Engineered and handmade in the United States, the Spartan from LimbSaver is one stabilizer to look into if you like simplicity.

Trophy Ridge Hitman Stabilizer

Trophy Ridge Hitman Stabilizer

Beyond improving the balance of your bow and reducing vibration, the new Hitman Stabilizer from Trophy Ridge has a quick connect system with a target carbon design. The quick connect system allows for fast removal for convenient storage and transportation while heading to your hunting location, something especially important in states that require you to put your bows in cases for transportation. The Hitman Stabilizer is available in 6-, 8-, 10- and 12-inch options. The Hitman comes pre-assembled with two removable 1-ounce weights so you can find that perfect balance for your setup.


TRUGLO Cadence Stabilizer

TRUGLO Cadence Stabilizer

The new TRUGLO Cadence Stabilizer is a standard threaded mount stabilizer that uses offset dual vibration dampening discs to provide archers with maximum noise and vibration reduction. TRUGLO uses machined aluminum ends on a lightweight main tube to give you a weight forward balance that essentially results in better overall bow stability. The Cadence is an 8-inch stabilizer with a total weight of 8.5 ounces. It’s coated in their patented TRU-TOUCH technical coating for a great fit and feel. The sleek design includes the dampening discs as well. An outstanding vibration dampening stabilizer option, the Cadence uses length and distributed weight to help you improve your archery accuracy.


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