B Stinger or Limbsaver S-coil? The best of both worlds...

PhillyB

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Hey guys-
I was setting up the new bow last night and had an idea. I think the B Stinger type stabs are the way to go. However, anytime you can add exta noise reduction (S coil), it cant hurt.

I had an old s-coil laying around and decided to try this. I took it off the base and cut a hole in the end big enough to slide over the rod of the B-Stinger. I plan on shooting it today after work, but thought I would share.

Let me know what you think...

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OR Archer

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only thing i would do different is slide that S coil toward the end to get the weight away from you hand more. should work good.
 

Bowhuntr64

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The weight being farther away from the bow is the greatest advantage of the B Stinger. Make sure you are well balanced with that extra weight closer to the bow. Love the innovation.
 
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PhillyB

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It seems to take away some of the hand shock and it seemed quieter... I videoed it with the phone and tried to listen with before and after, but could tell a real difference.

I ended up cutting off the the two "bigger ends" so I have just the disc shaped coils and pushed it all the way to the end of the B Stinger.

If anything it looks sharp

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