I currently shoot and hunt with a 4" stabilizer on my bow and was thinking about trying a longer stabilizer. What are some of your thoughts? Does the extra length and weight moved further out from the bow help with stabilization and accuracy?
+1! A friend (a pro staffer from a major bow company and accessories) of mine uses the longest stabilizer (allowed) when he competes but uses the shortest or without stabilizer (if possible) when out hunting.Don't know since all I have shot is a 6" s-coil. My bow balances pretty well for me and the s-coil takes out some hand shock. It depends on what works for you and it seems to me if I am in thick brush I don't want a long stabilizer getting in my way.