To V-Bar or not to V-Bar

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  • September 11, 2008 at 6:09 pm #495941 Back to Top REPORT

    TackDrivingLD

    Joined: 4/9/2008
    Hey everyone! I’m something between a target and 3d shooter, but primarily target. Right now I’m using a 29″ Easton A/C/E VRS stabilizer on my Drenalin LD, and I’m thinking about buying myself a V-Bar with twins for my birthday. My bow is already pretty stable (that LD is a godsend…), but i’ve seen enough tournament shooters with V-Bars that I figured it’s at least worth looking into. Stalking through the woods is not a concern – improved accuracy is the only thing I’m looking at. Any thoughts?
    September 12, 2008 at 11:22 am #521559 Back to Top REPORT
    limey
    Limey

    Joined: 11/16/2004
    I shoot all my release bows with a with a V bar system.

    For me it does many jobs.

    1. Allows my to level my bubble becuase of the side weight.
    2. Allows my to have more wieght at the end of the stabilisor as I have weight behind the bow to balance it.
    3. Increases the mass weight of my bow.

    All of these help me hold better.

    September 12, 2008 at 3:20 pm #521560 Back to Top REPORT

    TackDrivingLD

    Joined: 4/9/2008

    I shoot all my release bows with a with a V bar system.

    For me it does many jobs.

    1. Allows my to level my bubble becuase of the side weight.
    2. Allows my to have more wieght at the end of the stabilisor as I have weight behind the bow to balance it.
    3. Increases the mass weight of my bow.

    All of these help me hold better.[/quote:3q4sqkr0]

    Hey Limey that’s great info! What are your thoughts on angle? The Easton V-Bar comes in 2 flavors – flat, or with a 17 degree downangle

    September 24, 2008 at 6:59 pm #521561 Back to Top REPORT

    TackDrivingLD

    Joined: 4/9/2008
    Update: Got the Easton 35×17 V-Bar and holyyyyyyy crap is this thing stable now. First day out with it I got a 2″ group at 70 YARDS :shock: I can’t say I’d reccommend this to anyone sitting up in a tree, but if you’re shooting spots or 3D it’s pretty fantastic to watch that pin sit still and not jump after the shot!
    September 25, 2008 at 9:21 am #521562 Back to Top REPORT
    ludwig-belgium
    Ludwig Belgium

    Joined: 10/14/2006
    I’m a spot shooter and have the angeld easton V-bar with the easton X10 front and side bars.
    When I just let the apex rest on my hand the bow is as stable as you can get !
    It’s not a guarantee you will shoot better, but for some it sure helps a lot.

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