Carbon Express Arrows
Rear Stabilizer Hoyt Red Wrx
Equipment
Contributors to this thread:
Wapitidung 30-Apr-18
COHOYTHUNTER 30-Apr-18
dave cahilly 30-Apr-18
ELKMAN 30-Apr-18
OFFHNTN 30-Apr-18
Bou'bound 30-Apr-18
kota-man 30-Apr-18
Tilzbow 30-Apr-18
WapitiBob 30-Apr-18
ELKMAN 01-May-18
From: Wapitidung
30-Apr-18
Anybody using a rear stabilizer on their new Hoyt Red Wrx?

From: COHOYTHUNTER
30-Apr-18
No infact.. I tried the 8 inch bee stinger on mine and ended up going back to an old 8" carbon blade I have.. the bee stinger seemed to be too much for me on this bow.. I get very little kick

From: dave cahilly
30-Apr-18
just bought a cartel triple damper for mine from Lancaster archery for 30.00

From: ELKMAN
30-Apr-18
I am not. You can't in BHFS division.

From: OFFHNTN
30-Apr-18
ELKMAN - In what organization/club is a rear bar not allowed in BHFS?

From: Bou'bound
30-Apr-18
i have never run a rear stabilizer but know some guys run them. how much better to the help?

From: kota-man
30-Apr-18
Elkman...I’m curious as well. I believe anything rear facing is considered a “counter balance” and is fine by rule.

I needed to put one on my RX1 to make it balance correctly.

From: Tilzbow
30-Apr-18
I use a 6” B-Stinger with a adjustable mount so I can tweak the angle for best balance. I tried an 8” but it’s a little long and gets in the way.

From: WapitiBob
30-Apr-18
A back bar is allowed in NFAA/vegas bhfs, and has no length limitation. Page 30/31 of the bylaws.

From: ELKMAN
01-May-18
I stand corrected. I may have been thinking of IBO, or I wonder when they changed that. I know it used to be you could only run back weight off of your front stab. mount with a back bar bracket.

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