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    backwards stabalizer

    what is the purpose of those? to hold steadier, shoot straighter..all the kids are using them nowdays. could it be a gimmick?

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    I'm going to go out on a limb here (see what I did) and say that the longer the stabilizer, the better the archer and the bigger the deer harvested.

    I'm curious about the new snorkel peep. You want to have the aperture big enough so that you can breath freely through it while holding at full draw.
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    she has good form, nice bend in the left elbow, kisser button and peep sight seem to be adjusted properly, plus it looks like a hoyt bow

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    She has the kisser at the corner of her jaw like she's supposed to - torque inducing grip, sighting in just above rubber snorkel peep, snorkel peep in her nostrils for easy breathing during draw and elbow severely bent to eliminate any sort of repeatable draw form. She looks fantastic.
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    kisser button lower left jaw..lol. i agree with every thing she doing..

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    She's got it going on.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crookedeye View Post
    she has good form, nice bend in the left elbow, kisser button and peep sight seem to be adjusted properly, plus it looks like a hoyt bow
    Quote Originally Posted by crookedeye View Post
    kisser button lower left jaw..lol. i agree with every thing she doing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by crookedeye View Post
    what is the purpose of those? to hold steadier, shoot straighter..all the kids are using them nowdays. could it be a gimmick?
    Are you talking about a back-weight? They may or not reduce shock. If you do them right, they can help you hold steadier. They offset the weight of the sight out front and up top. They can also affect how the bow does or doesn't roll or jump at the shot.


    You'll also see side-bars to offset the sight. Some sights are heavy enough that you have to look for work-arounds. I have one bow that has always been a little tippy to the sight side. Weird, but none of the others are. I thought about a side bar for it but never got around to it. There's one I like, but I'd have to think about the name of it.

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    She has a bow?
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