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Limbsaver Enhancer for Bee Stinger FreeStyle Stabilizer (Blue)
Sims Vibration Laboratory
Average Rating: 3.7 star rating (6 Reviews)
List Price: $24.82
Our Price: $19.60
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  • Outside Diameter: 1.63"
  • Length: 1.43"
  • Weight: 1.14 oz
Product Description:
Bee Stinger's Freestyle Enhancer by Limb saver may be easily installed onto the front of any Bee Stinger stabilizer to reduce vibration and protect end weights.
 
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3.0 out of 5 stars  I take care when setting it on my foot because it looks like it could easily tear if you put too much ...
By Amy Orecchio on April 16, 2016
Allows me to rest my bow on my pro stand or on the ground without damaging the weights. Dampens to some degree as well. I take care when setting it on my foot because it looks like it could easily tear if you put too much pressure on it.

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3.0 out of 5 stars  Not Neon Green
By Jessica Endres on February 18, 2016
If you're trying to do neon green accents on your bow, you will be disappointed. Mine looks nothing like the one in the picture shown. Keep in mind, I'm giving 3 stars solely on the color. No other issues.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Five Stars
By Michael Boyer on January 29, 2015
great

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3.0 out of 5 stars  OK quality. Check the Thread size before making an order
By Dr. Wang on January 06, 2015
PROS
1. It works for a recurve bow stabilizer. I feel it absords some vibration from the tip of my stab.
2. It can also act as a stabilizer tip protector, when you get yourself ready for shooting and point your stabilize the to the ground.
3. Light weight about 1/4 oz.
4. Good quality of the rubber damper, which is actually made by Limbsaver.

CONS
1. The rod with female thread is made from cheap plastic. I expect it is made out of aluminum, but it is not.
2. The bonding between the rubber damper and the rod is the biggest issue. It is not solid and will fall apart sooner or later.

CAUTION
1. Please check the thread of your stabilizer first. The female thread of the product is 5/16". Most stabilizers have male thread size either 1/4" or 5/16". If you want to make it work for the stab with a 1/4" male thread, you may order "Fivics C3 Connecting Weight", which can act as an adaptor but that connecting weight also adds weight to your stabilizer.

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3.0 out of 5 stars  OK quality. Check the Thread size before making an order
By Dr. Wang on January 06, 2015
PROS
1. It works for a recurve bow stabilizer. I feel it absords some vibration from the tip of my stab.
2. It can also act as a stabilizer tip protector, when you get yourself ready for shooting and point your stabilize the to the ground.
3. Light weight about 1/4 oz.
4. Good quality of the rubber damper, which is actually made by Limbsaver.

CONS
1. The rod with female thread is made from cheap plastic. I expect it is made out of aluminum, but it is not.
2. The bonding between the rubber damper and the rod is the biggest issue. It is not solid and will fall apart sooner or later.

CAUTION
1. Please check the thread of your stabilizer first. The female thread of the product is 5/16". Most stabilizers have male thread size either 1/4" or 5/16". If you want to make it work for the stab with a 1/4" male thread, you may order "Fivics C3 Connecting Weight", which can act as an adaptor but that connecting weight also adds weight to your stabilizer.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  Five Stars
By joe mendez lll on October 03, 2014
great product, price and fast shipping.

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