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I am in the market for a new stabilizer set for FITA competition. I have used Angel in the past, but I am considering the beiter set-up. Does anyone have any experience with these or suggestions on what to try out? Before you buy.

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>I am in the market for a new stabilizer set for FITA competition. I >have used Angel in the past, but I am considering the beiter set-up. >Does anyone have any experience with these or suggestions on what to >try out?

Recurve or compound? If compound, give Carbofast a chance. IMHO better than Beiter! —        (_____              

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For recurve, I have found the CarboFast BlackX to be pretty good, might want to try a few TFCz with them though. Other than that, yeah, the Beiter is nice, but more expensive than the CarboFasts. Also try ACE stabilization, a team mate of mine uses tem to great effect. (They are geavy though….) Regards Ewan — Ewan Oughton Ewan’s Archery WebSite: http://homepage.eircom.net/~chronos/ or http://www.archery2000.cjb.net No frames: http://homepage.eircom.net/~chronos/basic.htm – Hide quoted text — Show quoted text ->I am in the market for a new stabilizer set for FITA competition. I >have used Angel in the past, but I am considering the beiter set-up. >Does anyone have any experience with these or suggestions on what to >try out? > Recurve or compound? > If compound, give Carbofast a chance. > IMHO better than Beiter! > — >        (_____

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doinker works pretty well too and light weight as well.

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Doinker rods are great, lightweight.  RIght now I shoot the Carbofast Quaddro Plus rods right now and like it alot since I can telescope it to a certain length to get the exact balence I’m looking for without adding weight.

– Hide quoted text — Show quoted text -> doinker works pretty well too and light weight as well.

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